Posted by howlin on June 25, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Boarding a plane to Malaysia is one thing that will never want to miss. Malaysia has exceptional features that will leave you gossiping about it the rest of your life. Malaysia has very rich traditional culture, which can easily be blended with contemporary culture. Malaysia has very rich multi-culture, meals; art as well as building designs that make it stand out from the rest of the world. Malaysia has a mixture of culture ranging from Hindu, Chinese and Malay. What’s more, this county harbors an incredible number of people with a rich culture who moved from other section of the Southeast Asia to live in Malaysia. I guess you are eager to know much about Malaysia and what if offer. Enlisted are some incredible places that you can visit when you get to Malaysia:
Kuala Lumpur Town
Kuala Lumpur town is a landmark of Malaysia Nation. When you get to Kuala Lumpur, you will be amazed at how the city looks. Kuala Lumpur is the most developed zone in the Southeast Asia. In fact, it harbors the tallest building in the southeast region, for instance, The Petronas Twin Towers, which is approximately half a KM tall. To bring you to speed, the Petronas Twin Towers is the tallest twin Tower ever to exist in the world. Located at the centre of Kuala Lumpur town, Petronas Twin Towers is a famous tourist attraction in Malaysia.
The design, as well as the physical structure of the Petronas Twin Towers, is a display of creativity. The design of the Petronas Twin Tower originated from an Argentine-American designer, beneath the tall standing meticulous building is a handful landscape, designed by a Brazilian nationalist. Petronas Twin Tower hosts a lot of international organization. I guess you have to take a day off and visit this incredible building leave alone taking excellent pictures of it.
Kuala Lumpur hosts the best as well as the oldest Railways station. To believe this, please take a taxi and head to Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin. Situated in the city centre, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin is one of the classic places you can visit. The Railway Station entails a Moorish touch. The Kuala Lumpur Railways Station was designed in 1910 by Hubbock, who was the only architect by that time in Kuala Lumpur. As you read this article, the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station still operates correctly. You might confuse it with a modern railway Station that was built a few years ago.
I can’t imagine I am enlightening you about going for a shopping spree in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. There is no single town that provides what Malaysia offers in terms of fashion, machines, jewelry and so forth. Everything in this city is top notch including the prices. Malaysia has a market day that takes place once in a year. All things are sold here cheaply. The market lasts for six week or so. Malaysia offers the best price for each product purchased. What’s more, during this period everything is sold at a discount. It is usually wise to take a trip to Malaysia and experience a change of your lifetime.
Posted by howlin on May 22, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Johar being a state of rich cultural aspects attracts tourists from all walks of life.
The numbers of attractions in Johor are endless, though we would try our best to
provide a detailed description of most of the attractions as per its popularity among
the tourists. Each attraction of Johar is really unique in its nature.
Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple in Tebrau is one of the oldest Hindu
temples in the world. It is known as the first Hindu temple constructed completely
with glass. Its name has already been registered in the Malaysia Book of Records.
The temple was rebuild in glass under the instruction of Sri Sinnathamby Sivasamy
or Guru Bhagawan Sittar who got inspired by seeing the glass work in a temple
while he was in Bangkok. He felt that an extraordinary temple with unique
architecture of glass would captivate the minds of people from all around the world
lightening their curiosity to visit such a place & experience the atmosphere inside a
glass temple. The temple consists of 10 sculptures of various Hindu gods covered
by a sheet of gold. The temple consists of some murals which demonstrate the
message of unity, love & harmony. A mural on the wall depicts a Hindu motorcyclist
fell from his bike who is being help by a Muslim, while a Christian is lifting up the bike
and a Buddhist is picking the helmet up. The scene drawn on the picture depicts that
a world could become a much better to live if people without religious differences
come forward to help each other out during the time of crisis instead of mocking
Another such interesting attraction to visit is Pekan Air Panas situated in the district
of Segamat, Johor, Malaysia has gained its popularity among the tourists due to its
natural hot springs, waterfalls & availability of some of the best seasonal fruits to
the tourists. The amazing fact about this small town is that it has mata kuching
farms where a typical local fruit with brown skin similar to lychee grows. Many
tourists first cherish upon such an amazing juicy fruits which fulfills their satisfaction
by heart then they head to natural hot springs. This town was specifically named
after the hot springs as tourists can find their relaxing spots among the several hot
springs & relax while enjoying the view among them. This settlement consists
mainly of people of Malay & Chinese communities. They have settled here due to its
peaceful atmosphere & serene locality.
Kota Tinggi is another famous town known for its 34 meters high waterfall. These
waterfalls are one of the beautiful elements of Mother Nature for which people
come from thousands of miles in order to view its beauty & elegance of the
cascading water. Some people click amazing photographs with their camera. This is
a historical town because of Sultanate of Johar was formed here years ago. The
waterfall at Kota Tiggi is located at Lombong, it is immensely popular with the
tourists as they prefer to swim in the shallow pools of the waterfall. Johar is the
ultimate destination with vast number of attractions yet to look for.