Travel From Your Couch
We may all be temporarily grounded, but thanks to the miracles of the internet, we can tour this big beautiful world from the comfort of our couch or even bed — with the added bonus of not having to deal with lines and fellow tourists.
If you’ve ever wondered how Malaysia looks like, then now is the perfect time to visit interesting places in Malaysia virtually
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Our Recent Virtual Experience
Tribute to Praya Lane
My Story of Old Kuala Lumpur
Hosted 4 students from United States who were supposed to visit Kuala Lumpur but their dream did not come true. They are part of the United States – Malaysia student exchange program.
Our Latest Reviews
” A fantastic first hand experience of getting to know Malaysia virtually. The session was conductedly in an interactive way with guests learning culturally rich information on Malaysia in a low stakes fun quiz session. My experience was even more special as I had my 12yr old daughter joining the session “
” This is wonderful journey into a pocket of Malacca that is off the beaten part. Praya Lane with Martin walks you thru where he grew up, you hear about his neighbours, the shopkeepers and the chapel. Relax with a cup of tea at the end with Martin stringing the guitar and singing a good number of songs. “
“This on-site virtual tour gives one of a kind experience, I totally loved it. It was like being transported to the beautiful Morten village. Shaukani made it so lively, explaining the details of the beautiful houses, herbs in the garden, traditional clothing and so much more. I liked the way he engaged with the locals on the way, it made me feel like I was there walking along together. There were even some “virtual” cooking and food tasting, they looked delicious! I took notes of the kuih recipe shared during the tour, so I can try making them on my own. Great tour, very informative and fun, highly recommended!”
” The format of the experience was super good and interactive. I liked how Tajuddin introduced the culture, food and traditions using fun quizzes. I was surprised that he balanced the experience well between introducing his country and letting the guests have fun. I would highly recommend this experience to people who want to enjoy the Malaysian culture with their friends and family, as well as solo travelers like me! “