Malaysia a unique blended.

I\’m round up my trip to Malaysia today with the trip back to KL before boarding my flight to Bangkok. That\’s when my real trip to South East Asia begins. On this trip I really want to go to Buddhist Temples from around the world. Especially the Southern Branch of Buddhism. 

As a Buddhist this trip has special meanings to me not just another holiday. As I go through the temples and know what those signs and symbols means. Anyway I was surprised that there were so many temples around Malaysia even though the majority of the population are Muslims. 

The national flower of Malaysia is the Hisbicus a beautiful tropical flower. Where three instinct cultural share a common ground. Living in harmony with nature and with each others. Other countries should look at Malaysia for leadership in this regard.

Malaysia is a worthwhile visit destination if you want to witness the diversity of cultures living in harmony with each other. And ofcourse the foods and the vast historical perspective on the world spices trading route of the past. Step back in time with George Town, Penang and you never though you even in Malaysia.

There\’s also the Malacca which on this trip I have passed as Malaysia was not on the big list for me to do this trip. Also the beautiful and unspoiled natural beauty of Langkawi for those nature lovers as well. And that just in the Malay Peninsula, so much to do and see and yet so little time.


Published by Travis Chau

I'm a freelance makeup artist from Sydney, Australia. If you hang around creative people long enough you well get the bug to create as well. So now I am into photography, timelapse photography and maybe video/film later.

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