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    Masjid Negara

    Malaysia are famous with its multiracial practice . There are plenty of places of worship for each religion included for Muslim. Masjid Negara ( National Mosque) located along Jalan Kinabalu, become one of the main mosque in Kuala Lumpur. Not only a places for Muslim to perform worship but the mosque became one of the attraction for tourist who come to see the mosque that represent Malaysia identity as Islamic Malaysia. The building itself will amazed people who see it, the combination of  traditional islamic design with modern architecture. Besides, fountain and sweet outdoor garden  made the scenery look so Read more [...]

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    Masjid Putra

    Masjid Putra in Putrajaya is one of the most beautiful mosques in Malaysia. And it is also a must go place for tourist. I have been there a few times, to perform prayer and bring my Japanese friend to visit the place. Putrajaya itself is a very big place. So make sure you have googled the place before you go or else you will end up lost. Masjid Putra is located at Precint 3.It has a lot of parking spaces and very convenient with a restaurant nearby. Normally non muslim is not allowed to enter the mosque. But Masjid Putra Read more [...]

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    Sungai Lembing Noodles

    I remember I once saw a food channel recommending some noodles from Sungai Lembing, and ever since then I wanted to try it out. Joe and I took an early morning 30 minutes’ drive from Kuantan to Sungai Lembing to have the noodles and famous tofu for our breakfast. I thought we were early, but when we were there we were greeted by a long queue and busy stalls’ owner. Finally after a long queue, we were lucky enough to grab our food. We were really super lucky that there were even food left for us. We were the last Read more [...]

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    Alamanda Shopping Centre

    It was my first time traveling to Putrajaya for a work assignment and I had to parked at Alamanda Shopping Centre because the hotel parking (where the event was held) was already full. I expected the parking rates for Alamanda to be at a premium rate, but I was wrong. It was only RM2 for the first two hours and subsequently is RM1 per hour. Not bad I thought. After the event, I had a stroll in the mall and took a pit stop at the toilets. That was when I had quite a shock. As I was about to Read more [...]

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    Petronas Twin Towers

    A typically touristy experience when it comes to going to (or near) the top of a tall skyscraper just for the heck of it, but there are aspects of the Petronas Twin Towers that make it worthwhile. First, groups are limited in size and in time. They’ll herd you along to the next stop on your tour, but at least this means that you won’t be fighting hordes of other travelers to get your photos or selfies in. Note, however, that you should get tickets ahead of time online if you know when you’ll be here; otherwise, you run the Read more [...]

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    Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

    One of my favorite museums of all time. It’s absolutely beautiful, organized, clean, quiet, and extensive (largest Islamic arts museum in SE Asia). Hours are 10-6 and we pay RM14 as foreigners. They even offer a virtual tour on their website! As an Iranian and a nerdy history buff, I was mesmerized by every single exhibit, especially all the Iranian and Islamic art, rugs, jewelry, poetry books, textiles, ceramics, coins, and architecture. Just seeing an ancient Shahnameh brought tears to my eyes. I spent around five hours here taking in as much as I could. Level 1 – the Quran Read more [...]

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    KL Bird Park

    The KL Bird Park is an awesome bird sanctuary! There are so many different types of birds flying around freely. It’s a little expensive to visit, but it takes a while to walk through and is a great way to spend an afternoon in KL. The park is surprisingly clean and well-maintained. Definitely worth checking out, especially if you love birds!

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    Berhulu Camp

    Looking for a camping site with less artificial touch to the site, do come to the Berhulu Camp in Jempol. Not many to know that Jempol area already be at the ‘foresty’ area so once you get to the camp site, of course you will experience a very natural camping. Except that they did provide a catering services and a dorm/room (mostly for the teacher who would not dare to sleep in a tent as their students are). Their staff (campsite officer) are very strict but at the same time is very friendly too. You can laugh with them and Read more [...]

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    Singapore Botanic Gardens

    Lovely.  Peaceful.  Green open spaces.  Calming. Meditative. Lingering. Knowing that it can be hot just plain and simple, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is really a lovely place to wander, meander, walk, explore, get lost, learn.  It is like the mini NY Central Park of Singapore (although much cleaner, greener and more beautiful). Difficult to see all the Themed Gardens properly in one visit, unless to are good on your feet to wander around for 3 hours or so, but a great place in Singapore to visit even if you only have an hour. There are some places in the garden Read more [...]

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    Kuala Lumpur International Airport – KUL

    Kuala Lumpur International Airport is Malaysia’s main international airport and one of the major airports in Southeast Asia and worldwide. It is located in Sepang District of Selangor, approximately 45 kilometres south of Kuala Lumpur city centre and serves the Greater Klang Valley