Batu Caves

   Why do I prefer writing instead of making a vlog like the new generations do? The answer is simple: because when I write, I don’t need to speak. It means, I don’t need to pronounce something and make a stupid mistake with pronunciation. Even so, my blog is far from perfection; sometimes when reading my work, you might feel that you want to correct my spectacular misspellings which you can find effortlessly here. Going back to pronunciation, I guess that it isn't only me who has encountered some problems in spelling, and pronouncing name of places, especially if they are written in other languages. Tell me…

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What to See in Kuala Lumpur

  Kuala Lumpur is a metropolitan city that offers you... city sightseeing! Such as super tall buildings, super crowded markets, and super expensive malls. I like staying in KL but not for more than 4 days, not because I don’t like what KL presents me, but because the living cost in the city almost bleeds me dry! Especially since I came from Malacca where everything was so cheap and affordable. So, where should you go in KL if money is an issue? Petronas Towers Entrance Fee: Free for KLCC Park and Suria KLCC Everybody in my country visits Malaysia, or in this case Kuala Lumpur, just to…

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Kuala Lumpur

Knowing that somebody will ask me whether or not I am bored of Kuala Lumpur after having visited it three times, I have prepared a simple answer: No, I am not. For me, traveling is not about paying a visit to new places or new countries, traveling is about something new that you can learn during the process. It doesn't matter how close the place is from your backyard, or how many times you've visited it before. So, that’s my excuse for not being creative in choosing other destinations.My first journey to KL happened in 2010 or 2011, the second was in 2014, and the third, but…

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Malacca Sultanate Palace

Admission: 10 RM for foreigners One of the must visit museums, besides all the the museums I mentioned in my previous post, is Malacca Sultanate Palace. I don’t even know how to categorize this place, whether it is museum or a palace. So, let’s call it a Museum of the Palace. This wooden palace was originally erected by the already extinct sultanate of Malacca. But don’t let this fool you! This palace is just replica of the original that once belonged to Sultan Mansur Shah. Who was he? He was the nobleman who ruled Malacca from 1459 to 1477. Nowadays, this palace has become the home of…

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Food in Malacca

Food is something that can immensely enrich your journey; it not only gives you energy to stroll around the country, but a plate of a traditional dish is also able to candidly tell you what’s hiding deep within its secret ingredients and its unique mixture. To put it into plain English, you can learn about someone’s culture through their cuisine! Of course, I don't have such deep contemplations every time I devour what is put in front of me on the table. What I mostly do is 'lick my plate' clean or invite my husband or friend to share the food with me. That’s all!Sampling a traditional dish…

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