Exploring Malaysia

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I love travelling , I mean who doesn’t? Exploring new places, malls and food is such a blissful way to celebrate life.  Travelling energizes and rejunuvates us. If I had a chance to explore the paradise called Malaysia Id grab the opportunity with both hands.
Why Malaysia You Say ? these mesmerizing pictures speak for themselves.

Modern Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, southeast asia
5 experiences id love to try in Malaysia are :

In Kuala Lumpur:

  • Petronas Twin Towers: World’s tallest twin towers I have always wanted to visit these since 2001 ( That is when the attack in New york happened and I happened to find out about top 10 skyscrapers) . The skybridge that links the two towers fascinates me id love to see  the stunning view from there. Also window shopping in the Malls, the fountains and light show all excite me.

  • Petaling Street, a.k.a. China town shopping: Id do this 101% sure SmileAlong with street shopping there are nine alluring shopping malls to shop my heart out, I would plan my trip during sales season for sure
  • Islamic arts museum: Being a Muslim myself Id definitely give this museum a visit to explore my religion better and deeper. I have heard the miniature mosques from all over the world are displayed here and that would make for great watch.
Sipadan Island, Sabah : Ever since ive seen Zindagi Na milegi dobara ive wanted to experience what it is to be like under water. What better place than Sipandan island to try diving at dive spots such as the Hanging Gardens, Barracuda Point and the Turtle Cavern. And the Drop Off , I am dying to try this spine chilling experience .
Mulu National Park, Sarawak : a UNESCO world heritage site this place fascinates me for its caves. Ive always been a fan of all things ghosts and horror stuff and iam guessing these caves will interest me a lot. Id love to visit all those four caves namely Deer, Lang, Clearwater and Wind and the limestone forest sounds like a great place to explore. Other than the caves the 480m Mulu Canopy Skywalk is something id definitely try out.
Langkawi, Kedah : The archipelago of 99 islands would make for great scenery and superb opportunity to try out cable car rides and water sports like yachting and jet skiiing . Oh and how can the shopaholic in me miss some Duty free shopping at kuah

Taman Negara, Pahang: I want to explore rainforests here via the canopy walkway and the limestone caves sound fun too.

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