Malaysia City Day Tour

13 places to see in one day? Yes, it’s possible. Check how we did it. Morning The draining climb to the Batu Caves challenged us to wake up early the next morning.  The larger arrow of the room clock ticking at 8 was clearly marking our sleepy heads to stand up and get ready for the scheduled 9am -half-day city


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DIY Putrajaya Day Tour

Putrajaya, located 25Km south of Kuala Lumpur is named after Tunku Abdul Putra, the first Malaysian Prime minister.  Putrajaya’s majestic set up and its landmarks that are increasingly growing in further years to come, just suits to its name itself. Putra in Sanskrit means prince while jaya means success. This planned city has served as the seat of the federal administrative center


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DIY Batu Caves Day Tour

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13Km north of KL bares a golden treasure of 250 tons of steel bars and 300 liters of gold paint swathed around the world’s tallest statue of Lord Murugan.The soaring 42.7 m (140 ft)  height of the Hindu deity welcomes every traveler to the entrance of one of the most popular  Hindu shrines outside  India, the Batu Caves.      


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Foods and drinks to try in Malaysia

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The diversity of the cultural makeup of Malaysia is similar to that of Singapore and Indonesia.Its small population is composed of several ethnic tribes mainly, the natives, Malaysians; Chinese, and Indians. Just how diverse it is reflects in its varied cuisine. Here are foods to try in Truly Asia: Malaysian Food Kung Pao shrimp This shrimp dish is a familiar Chinese


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