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"Given up Executive title in exchange for his travelling dream."


"An I.T. graduate venture into world of exploration fueled by her passion and enthusiasm in travelling!"

We are a couple of passionate travellers who have always dream of a unique travelling experience...

Saffron has left her “foot prints” in her last Europe tour. Sadly, what most left in her memories are the pictures through the bus’s window. Tight tour schedule and rushing aimlessly were the causes that ruin her dream in appreciating the splendid Europe in-depth.

Will and Saffron were also Flashpackers travelling to Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, South Korea and so on. Then we realized that no matter how much information we have study for a country, it is still difficult for us to know the country like a local.

Finally, our New Zealand Working Holiday experience gave us a huge influence and inspiration to explore a country in better way. First, to enjoy our journey to the fullest is to be the master of our journey. Our foot should always follow our heart rather than the tour! We don’t truly experience a country until we live it! We believe that knowing the local friends and blend into their lives is always the best way to discover the charm of the real local culture…

Our past travelling experience has helped us to understand better about traveller’s thirst. That is also the reason we endeavor to be your best Travel Kaki and dive into the truly Malaysia together with you!


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Past travelling experience has opened my eyes to appreciate the beauty of Malaysia and I can’t wait to introduce its charm to everyone! But based on my travel experience, I realized that there are few challenges might have hindered travellers from revealing "The Colours of Malaysia".

- Frankly, public transportation system in the country has always been a headache issue. It is available but inconvenient.

- Communication might not be the big problem in some tourist spots and more developed cities. Problems arise starting from most of the signpost which are written in Malay and especially in some genuine and local places, where mother tongue or Malay is the primary language for locals.

- Insufficient number of visitor information centres and the travel information causing traveller use a lot of time in figuring out where and what to do in Malaysia.

So, I am hoping to use my best effort to help more travellers to have a real and effective exploration rather than a “lost tourists” in Malaysia.