Trade

Malaysia at Hannover Messe

23rd February 2018

Malaysia will be participating in Hannover Messe to be held from 23. – 27. April. The Country Pavilion is being organised by MATRADE, Malaysia’s Trade Development Corporation. 16 Malaysian companies will be showcasing their products […]

Travel

New direct flights to Malaysia

23rd February 2018

Starting in November 2018, Condor will operate direct flights between Frankfurt and Kuala Lumpur. Taking off 3 times a week per direction until April 2019, flights can be booked with immediate effect. Malaysia’s Minister of […]

Latest Issue

MALAYSIA INSIGHTS #10 is online now!

21st February 2018

The new issue of MALAYSIA INSIGHTS is online NOW! The respective print edition will be distributed from 1st of March, 2018 One of the main topics this time is travelling in Malaysia. In our feature […]

Food

Taste of Malaysia: Seafood From Melaka

18th February 2018

by Dr Shahrim Karim, Universiti Putra Malaysia | Malaysia is blessed with plentiful of fresh seafood such as various types of fish, shrimps, crabs, and shellfish. The recipes featured here are from the state of […]

Food

Cultivating Sarawak Pepper

29th January 2018

by Uwe Fischer //  Pepper has been associated with Malaysia, especially Sarawak, for more than a century. According to historical facts, pepper was first planted in Malaysia in 1619 on the Langkawi and thereafter brought […]

Nature

Preserving Marine Life

23rd January 2018

by Uwe Fischer // The Turtle Watch Camp is located on Tengah Island, about seven nautical miles from Mersing, Malaysia. The private island also hosts the Batu Batu resort and is the perfect hideaway for […]

Culture

A Gallery of Malaysia’s Musical Heritage

22nd January 2018

The Penang House of Music (PHOM) in George Town is the brain child of Paul Augustin and is a gallery dedicated to Malaysia’s musical history and heritage. MALAYSIA INSIGHTS visited the place in December 2017. Editor Uwe Fischer conducted an interview […]

Travel

Travelling in Malaysia

21st January 2018

by Uwe Fischer // In Malaysia, you can travel relatively safely and easily on your own. The transport infrastructure is on a high level, transportation fares are low and there is no need to learn […]