Malaysia In Me

Living an expatriate in Malaysia for more than 9 months is a milestone for which I find a memorable period. Perhaps, it’s hard to state my love for this country but still I can not deny having great and invaluable momments here. And I believe that there is no better way to express my appreciation for treating me well by showing you how Malaysia seems to be in me through a collection of photos taken during my stay in “the little Asia”.

A Nation Of Structural Miracles

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Malaysia is the magnificent unique beauty of a man-made structure to be recognized as a symbol of this country – Petronas Twin Towers
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Be prepared to be amazed at how giant the Malaysia Prime Minister Office is!
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Malaysia is romantic evenings to lure wanderers
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Tian Hou temple is like a colorful girl that highlights bustling Kuala Lumpur.
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I can say that Sunway has become my second home
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Or Central Market aka Pasar Seni – where you can find all the local souvenirs within Malaysia

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And deniftely Genting is a perfect place for relaxation to stay away from the heat of Malaysia
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Sultan Abdul Samad Building does impress visitors by its vintage style

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Putra Mosque in me is not simply a sacred religious site but a talented piece of art
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Should you be here to experience what I call “safe and sound”
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Bukit Bintang – the heart of Kuala Lumpur is always rustic and lively as it is
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This charming waterfall is another story of my expat life in KL
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KL at night

The Charm of Ordinaries

You may find it ridiculous but it’s obvious to me that Malaysia’s attraction is deprived from unremarkably usual things including  just a narrow pavement.

 A Must-To-Try Cuisine

Though with some of my friends, Malaysia consits of indigestable dishes with full of spicy herbs, spices and a non-vegetable style compared to Vietnam’s daily meals. I does admire the variety and diversity of food styles here, which inclusive of three major group of people in Malaysia – Chinese, Indian and Malay. They are, to be truly, not that hard to taste. Hence, if you have chance, don’t hesitate to try them all.

Saimon Tobi

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