Picking tea for the woman of his dreams
After the sticky heat of Kuala Lumpur, I shiver by the fireside in the Cameron Highlands. Named after the surveyor who stumbled on the area in 1855, in the early 20th century it became a cool highland retreat for British colonial administrators.
In Kuala Lumpur, there is comfort in contrast
A walk in downtown Kuala Lumpur is a perfect way to see the contradictions of this country.
Think conceptually, no matter how strange!
My favorite place in Peninsular Malaysia is the Taman Negara rainforest, the oldest in the world.
Putrajaya: the Brasilia of Asia
Putrajaya is quite something, with swans on the new reservoir, a huge mosque and palaces.
The natural people of Malaysia
The population of Malaysia today is close to 30 million, but of this number only 150,000 can claim to represent its indigenous population. Meet the Orang Asli, or 'natural people', of Malaysia.