Would you try smoked wild boar from a ramshackle roadside barbecue?
The amount of space between seats is a pleasant surprise in this era of overstuffed planes.
Malaysia is one Asian destination that can offer exceptional value when it comes to accommodation.
Despite a bumpy start and some minor irritations, this service offers good value for money.
This tropical island's cuisine is often overlooked, but there's a reason why it's called the 'Pearl of the Orient'.
The falling dollar doesn't have to spell the end to your travel plans for 2016.
From the famed orang-utans to pygmy elephants, the wildlife on Sabah is out of this world.
Everything's 40 per cent cheaper than Australia, but it's not Hong Kong or Singapore.
Absorbing Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures, Malaysia is an assault on senses. Adventurous types hop across to Borneo to experience their dense forests filled with orangutans, remote tribes, or climb Mount Kinabalu. No trip is complete without consuming a bowl of thick, curry-flavoured coconut laksa; sample some of its best in foodie capital Penang, shop 'til you drop in KL, or simply laze on an island beach.