Lonely Planet destination guide is an online travel guide. Here you will find comprehensive travel information about Malawi. The information is organized in the same manner as in the books, but contains less indepth information. Look here for information about culture, history, people, transport, money and maps of Malawi. There’s also a travel forum, a collection of travel links and an image gallery.
Wikitravel is an excellent user generated travel guide supervised by administrators. On the Malawi travel page you will find the following travel topics: regions, cities, entry requirements, getting out, languages, eating, drinking and sleeping, learning in Malawi, health and safety, respect and contact. Information on site is mostly updated. However, we suggest you always check the travel advice from your own government first, before leaving your country.
This World Travel Guide provides comprehensive travel information and articles about Malawi. In the menu on the left you will find guides sorted by theme. The menu on the right side provides the table of contents for Malawi: overview, adresses, facts, public holidays, health, accommodation, doing business, communications, getting there, getting around, travel advice and a lot more. You can also create a miniguide that you can print.
World66 is a nice user generated travel guide made by travelers. Every part of the travel guide can be edited directly by clicking the  button. The guide about Malawi contains information about the following travel topics: general information, map, history, practical info, economy, health, people, books and a photo gallery.
Here you will find a nice online travel guide about Malawi. WordTravels guides provide information about the following topics: introduction, facts, health, contact, airports, map, weather, currency, visa, photos and flights. There are separate pages for activities, regions and cities in Malawi, activities and travel reviews.
A guide about Linlongwe made by visitors and inhabitants of the city. Look here for information about hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel dangers, transportation and attractions like the Lilongwe Nature Society and the Market.