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Malaysia 2016

When I graduated college, my “gift” and promise to myself was that I would strive to travel outside the country once every year. Last year I went to Singapore, and last month I’ve gone to Malaysia, more specifically Kuala Lumpur. 1,914 more words


KL & Melaka (Malaysia Part Two)

Right so, this is pretty awkward as this post is SO long overdue! So overdue in fact, I’m back home! But my blog wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t finish writing about this trip before jumping onto a new one. 576 more words


Liv in KL - Batu Caves Temple, Kuala Lumpur

Back when I was in uni, I used to go on this social networking site called Stickam, which is kind of like Omegle minus the perverts and with more awesome people. 803 more words


Nichiarity Goes To: SINGAPORE & KUALA LUMPUR 2016!

I have been to Singapore for so many times that I tend to forget exactly how many times I have been there. But the good thing about Singapore is that, although it is a very small country, you will never run out of new destinations to explore. 1,844 more words

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

In China and Hong Kong, Ching Ming Festival is a holiday to remember past ancestors; as part of tradition, the Chinese visit the graves of their ancestors and sweep them clean (literally) and present offerings of food and ancestors to the departed. 839 more words

Batu Caves

One of the famous tourist spots in Malaysia is the Batu Caves located in the northern part of Malaysia in Selangor. Made of limestone, Batu Caves are considered the sacred place for the Hindus in Malaysia. 551 more words