Best Time to Visit sepang Malaysia: timing is crucial

Travelling requires that you do the right amount of research on the country, region and of course the weather conditions you are bound to expect. Sepang, Malaysia is a coastal region in the south that has a weather pattern that is not in the least bit unpredictable. The sun will be your faithful companion on your travels in this area with the average temperature being 300 C all year round. However, expect the pitter patter of rain and also be on guard as the rain gods can turn furious from time to time. AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort is as you would have guessed an otherworldly Sepang Hotel which is highly recommended for all those who love the sea. It affords a luxurious space from which to enjoy and observe the weather in Sepang.

Sepang is a diverse land, which is beautifully covered with forests, oceans and croplands. Thus, it goes without saying that there is much to see and explore in the region. However, it is best to keep your raincoats and umbrellas in hand, as rains are to be expected on a daily basis.

The ideal time to revel among the waves would be February, as mid- February is thought to be the hottest time of the year. There would be few weather- related interruptions during this time of the year and making merry on the sands and getting that bronze tan you always wanted would be easy to achieve.

The monsoons pay a biannual visit to Malaysia. The effects of the rains could be varied, in the country as a whole. However in Sepang these times are not the best if you want to spend time by the beach. The North- East monsoon makes its appearance between the months of October and March while the South- West monsoon lashes forth from May to September.

Don’t be disheartened if you get the feeling that rains fall throughout the year, as the sun would nevertheless be faithful to you.

Shehera Fioni is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Catalina Forbes. Her content is based on many thrilling escapades offered to travellers across the world.


Mooncake Festival – Malaysia

The mooncake festival otherwise known as the Mid-Autumn festival is a traditional harvest festival celebrated during a full moon on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar falling during September or early October. Find a serviced apartment in Kuala Lumpur in order to witness all the festivities that take place during this time of the year and to fully soak in the atmosphere. A recommended Kuala Lumpur service apartment located within the vicinity would be the Marc Service Suites Kuala Lumpur from which the visitors can bear witness to the many festivities that take place during this time. The Mooncake Festival is essentially a festival of unity and togetherness of the family. Originating from the ancient ceremony of sacrificing tokens of gratitude to the Moon Goddess for the year’s end harvest, the most remarkable offering made during this time are the mooncakes from which the festival itself derives its name. While the main focus of the festival lies on moon worship, one can see the lighting of multicoloured lanterns during this time while dances and praying 

Jayani Senanayake is a writer who dabbles in travel and all things exotic. Under the pseudonym of Calliope Sage, she writes of the allures that must simply be discovered.

Malaysia National Day – A day for patriotism

Known among locals as Hari Merdeka, Malaysia celebrates its independence from the British colonial rule on August 31 each year. A time for great celebration and festivities, Kuala Lumpur serviced apartments would perhaps be the best place to be at the time of this joyful occasion.  Ascott Kuala Lumpur is a short stay apartment in Kuala Lumpur that is preferred by many who grace this city with the aim of experiencing this culture saturated hub. It was after a ferocious struggle that Malaysia gained its much coveted independence and therefore, the value and the pride of it is still very much felt by the nationals. On this joyous day celebrated as a National Holiday by the entire nation, the Malaysian flag, known as Jalur Germilang, is seen to ripple and swell in pride in air from every government building in Kuala Lumpur. Public performances and parades headed by the presiding leader of the country can be witnessed during this time while the streets are generously decorated with decorative Malaysian flags as well as multicoloured fairy lights, giving the entire town a festive glow.

Jayani Senanayake is a writer who dabbles in travel and all things exotic. Under the pseudonym of Calliope Sage, she writes of the allures that must simply be discovered. Google+

Malaysia Heritage Walk – Live through Malaysia’s history one step at a time

Kuala Lumpur is a lively city saturated in history and multiculturalism, and tourists get a sense of this vibrancy in the heart of the city, in the famed “Bukit Bintang” or “Golden Triangle” area. Travellers looking for the most rewarding experience of Malaysia’s culture would enjoy a stay at a premium hotel in Bukit Bintang. A fine Kuala Lumpur hotel located near fine dining and intriguing entertainment is the Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur with stylishly-appointed rooms and exclusive amenities, making it a wonderful hub from which to sample Malaysia’s local treasures. Step through the portal of time into Malaysia’s past with a walk throughout the hidden niches of the city and discover a Kuala Lumpur out of the mainstream. At the Central Market, start on a trek called Malaysia Heritage Walk started by a group of local volunteers wanting to showcase their beloved city’s finest historical offerings. See the gorgeous art deco buildings that make up much of the downtown area. Experience the hustle and bustle of the street made famous by the Chettiyar Indian community, after they set up various money-lending establishments along the road known as Lebuh Ampang. Witness a blend of the old and new along Jalun Tun H.S. Lee, which boasts some old shops in their original form, almost comically set alongside more modern shops. Marvel at Kuala Lumpur’s oldest Taoist temple built by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy, to honour his master who was killed in a civil war. Sample a tantalizing array of authentic local cuisine from Chinese, Malay and Indian cooking to add that extra spice to your step. The Malaysia Heritage Walk is a fantastic journey through time and across cultures to experience a world that is truly and only Malaysian.

Merdeka Day Parade 2013 – Long live Malaysia’s independence!

Malaysia is a country steeped in a rich tradition and culture. Visitors to this splendid Southeast Asian nation will have no problem finding a quality Kuala Lumpur hotel to cater to their needs. A wonderful hotel in Bukit Bintang to consider is the Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur. This well-appointed property offers a range of modern amenities and its central location close to business, shopping and key cultural attractions makes it a great choice for business and leisure visits.

August 31, 1957 is the day that Malaysia gained its “merdeka”, or independence from the then-crumbling British Empire, and stood strong as an independent sovereign nation. Of the country’s vibrant Independence Day celebrations swathed in the national colours blue, yellow and red, the most iconic event is the Merdeka Day Parade. Usually held in Merdeka Square, over the years it has been hosted in other areas around the country to bring it to more parts of the country. Putrajaya, the country’s administrative centre has hosted the parade over the past few years. The parade features splendid military displays such as the march past and fly past, but its most popular attraction are all gorgeously coloured the floats, sponsored by various businesses and organisations. The floats feature a range of creative designs, and are large enough for paraders to ride. Teeming with onlookers on both sides of the road, the Merdeka Day Parade 2013 is a beautiful glimpse into Malaysia’s most historically and culturally significant event: the birth of a nation.

Kuala Lumpur Festival – A Celebration of Culture!

Boasting a rich history, Malaysia offers a truly unforgettable holiday adventure and those wanting to experience the country’s rich heritage should definitely visit during the annual Kuala Lumpur Festival. The best way to experience the very best of what the country has to offer is by choosing from tour packages to Malaysia offered by such reputed travel specialists as Paradise Vacations. Their special holiday packages cater to your specific needs and budgets. Featuring traditional and international cultural performances in the capital, the Kuala Lumpur Festival takes place in numerous venues across the city. Be it traditional songs, classical music concerts, plays or even exotic local cuisine, you can enjoy them all at this festival. From Chinese Opera to traditional dance and shadow puppetry to dancing contests, the Kuala Lumpur Festival has it all!

Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.


Nightlife in KL: an electrifying world entertainment

Kuala Lampur is on a winning streak after being for years a South Asian runner-up. With more easily negotiable fun, glamour and glitz Kuala Lumpur is as blatant as its invigorating fragrances of sanctified incense, sizzling satay or its paradoxical durian. This fascinating city has an amazing variety of bars, pubs and clubs which offers plenty of entertainment spots where visitors can have a splendid time. Whatever the form of entertainment might be the hive of activity is never ending.

As a city that embraces the future this modern metropolis is also home to the radiant Petronas Towers which was once the tallest building in the world. The hints of ancient wisdom tangled together with contemporary living is what makes this multicultural fascination a pinnacle of admiration which sets its self apart from other cities in the country. Bukit Bintang is renowned as a hotbed for its recreation and nightlife entertainment. Shopping malls, resorts, and multicultural cuisine is just a glimpse of what this remarkable city has to offer.

The after dark entertainment quite often takes most visitors to the Red Box which is a popular place for the karaoke enthusiasts with preference for ages of crooning. With a wide selection of the age old hits to the modern Lambadas, the mouth watering buffet too manages to capture the attention of visitors to this part of town. With the aim of being the only one of its kind, the Cloth & Clef is roof to a fashion boutique, art gallery, bar and a performance stage that hosts local talent at its best.

The Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur is an ideal venue to experience the very best this city has to offer. This Kuala Lumpur hotel is very strategic in its location which is known as the Golden Triangle. Being just a hop skip and a jump from most of the cities happening places, convenience is certainly not a question. It is among the finest Bukit Bintang hotels.