MALAYSIANA Puteri Gunung Ledang (PGL) tells the tale of the eponymous Princess of Mt. Ledang whose beauty is said to be unmatched.
MYTHS, LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE
DISCOVER MALAYSIA Tales of fantastical creatures add to Sungai Semadang’s allure.
MALAYSIANA A black-greased man, clad only in equally greasy, black underpants, creeping into a room through an open window that is the image many have of the Orang Minyak.
MALAYSIANA Malaysians are a culturally diverse lot but one common thread is their fascination with the supernatural. Whether you are Chinese, Indian or Malay, stories of ghostly encounters are ...
DISCOVER MALAYSIA The lion dance is a vigorous form of dance that is usually performed during Chinese festivals
MALAYSIANA The kindness and compassion of simple kampung folk, provide a lesson for life.
MALAYSIANA Bed bugs and bad plumbing are nothing compared to finding an uninvited guest hovering over your bed at night. We ask a few seasoned travellers to share their tale of encounters with ...
DISCOVER MALAYSIA Spot a centipede and expect some good fortune — that’s the belief among devotees at the Then Sze Koon Temple or Centipede Temple in Seremban.
MALAYSIANA Fairies in the Clouds, Hungry Tok Imam, Killing Village, Meet your Match Village . . . how did some kampung (villages) get their cheeky, distinctive names? Well, grab yourself a map ...
DISCOVER MALAYSIA According to legend, a large serpent once protected Pulau Perhentian. The irony is, today, snakes on the island are believed to be non-poisonous.