Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Malaysia : truly Asia

Some time ago I returned from a holiday to Malaysia and I'm happy to be finally sharing some travel snaps with you.

From Kuala Lumpur to Georgetown, this is the land of multi-ethnic cultures, balmy beaches, steamy jungles, buzzing cities, street side hawker food and trishaws. Home to a collision of cultures, the beauty of Malaysia lies in the fusion of it all.

It's Malay, Chinese and Indian temples, British colonial buildings and Islamic architecture, thread together making Malaysia a fascinating place to wander. And then there’s the food. A culinary feast with Chinese-Malay rice and noodles, Indian curries, Chinese buffets and Malay food stalls in abundance. Malaysia also holds some of the most pristine beaches of the world. Stunningly covered in swaying palms, white sand and crystal blue water, there’s not much to do except lay on the beach and swim all day. I was in paradise!

Malaysia more than lives up to its official slogan 'truly Asia'. A beautiful and often an underrated country – Malaysia has it all.

Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaTumpat Temples,  MalaysiaTrishaw, Malaka, MalaysiaPulau Perhentain, Besar, Malaysia
Mosque, Pulau Perhentain Kecil, Malaysia Mosque Pulau Perhentain Kecil, Malaysia
Mosque, MalaysiaMotor bike ride through the palm plantations, Taman Negara, Malaysia
Canopy Walk, Taman Negara, Malaysia Perhentian Islands, MalaysiaPulau Perhentain Kecil, MalaysiaSunset in Pulau Perhentain Besar, Malaysia
Tumpat Temples, Malaysia Protestant Church, Georgetown, Malaysia
Georgetown Street Art, Malaysia Chinese Lantern, Malaysia
Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang, Malaysia
Chinese Art, Malaysia Chinese Candles, Malaysia
Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang , Malaysia
Kitemaking, Malaysia Tumpat Temples, Malaysia
Shadow Puppets, Malaysia
Chinese Lantern, Malaysia
Hindu Worship, Malaysia Tumpat Temples, Malaysia
Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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