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First updated : 26 May 2009
Last Updated : 02 July 2012

So I hoped you enjoyed the highlights of my trip to Malaysia.  A holiday isn't all about the visiting the various attractions or even the destination.  For me it was all about that AND about the journey there.

To me Malaysia is modern yet has the retained the essential parts of its history. People are still nice and the all the different faces of Asia can be seen and experienced in the one country.  I am impressed that the historical settlements have been protected from redevelopment.  You can still see and experience what it was like to live here from a British colony and earlier.  It is a great balance.

Shopping and eating are the most memorable things for me.  Sure I didn't buy much but I found everything I wanted and more was a bonus.

My journey was quite eventful by usual standards!  I had seat trouble due to the airline overbooking, flight cancellation, other passengers who could not read, poor bus operators and most of all burned coffee!  Mind you I didn't complain because it is all part of the experience.  Travelling to any where else in the world can result in the same experiences!  Regardless I got to and did what I wanted to and had lots of spare time to ponder over the meaning of life!

The picture above is durian chendol a ice based desert which I think tastes great.  There are other flavours of course if this one is to exotic for you.

Malaysia travel guide - Introduction
Malaysia travel guide - Penang

Malaysia travel guide - Penang Accommodation & Transport
Malaysia travel guide - Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia travel guide - Cars and Motorcycles
Malaysia travel guide - Malacca (Melaka)
Malaysia travel guide - Genting Highlands

Malaysia travel guide - Final Thoughts

 

 

 

 




 




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