5 Reasons to Visit Malaysia

October 26, 2016




Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is really a destination that really needs to be put in your bucket list. Why? Well, here are the reasons why:

1. People are very friendly.

The locals in Kuala Lumpur are very hospitable and friendly. If ever you get lost, all you have to do is simply ask them and they'd tell you where to go. Malaysians are very joyful and very welcoming to tourist. They are very ready to help whenever tourist are in trouble finding their way.

2. Very affordable
The souveniers, clothes, and food in Malaysia are really not that pricey. So, money isn't much of a problem.
3. Culture
You'd be able to see different and wonderful traditions and cultures this country has. Witnessing how diverse the world is, is a very great experience. You'd be able to differentiate your own country to theirs. You'd notice how completely different both are. Furthermore, their cultures would also let us see how beautiful the country is.
4. Cityscape
Kuala Lumpur has very wonderful landscape. Traffic isn't much of a problem in there as well. Also, you'd be able to get free rides from their buses as long as it is within the city only. The fine architectures, wide roads, etc., it makes the city even more beautiful.
5. Food
To all pork -lovers, there isn't much pork in this country, but their food is definetly worth the try. Their food here is very delicious and it does taste different, but not bad-different but good-different. Their food is pure, simple and delicious.










'till next post!



31 comments

  1. Wow! Your Malaysia tour looks grandiose! The reasons you enlisted enticed me to plan a travel to Malaysia. Thanks for this! I love the free transpo bdw :)

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    1. Thanks! Well, Malaysia is a gorgeous country to visit really haha! - Gee

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  2. My college friends and I are planning to go on a trip to Malaysia. My friend said there's an island jungle somewhere there so perhaps we can take a visit. Not really sure of other tourist destinations in KL but we'll give them a try soon. Thanks for this! ;) Pang international jud inyong beauty! ;)

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    1. Thanks Rea! There's no need to worry google is there to help you find more tourist destinations ahaha! -Gee

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  3. I can't wait to backpack with my family around SE Asia. Soon! The Petronas Towers is definitely high up the list! :D

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    1. As high as the towers I can say! Ahahaha! -Gee

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  4. Selamat malam, apa khabar? Yes, I speak bahasa melayo. Malaysia is really a country that everyone should visit, Malay people are very friendly and accommodating just like us Filipinos. Their food is genuinely good and I miss them all. Nasi goreng is one of my favorites, most of their food has turmeric powder, at first I find it weird, but along the way I love it.

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    1. You and my mom could definitely converse in Malay she could speak malay too ahahah! Couldn't speak malay but their language is really intriguing. - Gee

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  5. My friends just visited Malaysia last month. Truly a majestic place! Keep traveling!

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  6. I am so envious of you guys! Malaysia seems like a nice place to go to! Are there specific times of the year that we should look out for there? :)

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    1. The weather in Malaysia is pretty much similar here in the Philippines, so i suggest going during the summer, but in terms of festivities, I suggest during the Chinese New year since there's a large ethnic chinese population in there and i've heard they throw large festivals hahaha! - Gee

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  7. I want to visit Malaysia soon. Hopefully next year. :) Your shots really look amazing.

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  8. Heck, I'd be willing to visit Malaysia just to get a good shot of the Petronas Towers for my Instagram! I've always had a thing for cityscapes and skyscrapers and it would definitely look good on my feed. Hahah. All the other things will just be sweet bonuses for the trip!

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    1. The twin towers are very instragrammable as well as the skyscrapers in the city. My camera roll was literally full of photos of the skyscrapers in KL. Unfortunately my storage was full so I had to delete some of it. Make sure to clear up your memory before going to Malaysia! Hahaha! - Gee

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  9. I really love Malaysia. Hopefully I'd get a chance to travel there next year. Either Malaysia or Thailand. =)

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    1. If you're a fan of spicy food, then you'd love Malaysia even more ahaha! - Gee

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  10. I should have visited Malaysia when I was in Singapore. But maybe next time. I'll start to plan ahead and save for the SEA trip. Great tips. Thanks

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    1. There's always a next time ahahah! You're welcome! - Gee

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  11. Great to know that the people are friendly. Im not up for a tour wherein you may have the possibility to get lost in a place where no one wanted to talk and help you out. Haha! Looks like you had a lot of fun during your visit!

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    1. We were lost a lot of times, and we really coudn't avoid being lost since it was our first time in there. Luckily they are so friendly and helpful. Singapore is also a very nice country to visit since they are very tourist friendly. - Gee

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  12. Malayysssiaaaa, truly asiaa. I wish I can travel outside the country soon!

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    1. I'm sure it'll happen any time soon! Hahaha! - Gee

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  13. How much did it cost? Did you avail of any packaged tour from here? Ah. I'd love to save up for a SEA Tri-Country tour. :D

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    1. It didn't cost much since we didnt avail a package tour. We just roam around using google maps and KL also has a bus which is free as long as the place you're going is just around the city. And as for the place we stayed it was not that expensive and we found the apartment using airbnb. - Gee

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  14. That's great to hear! Less pork! I like that! Haven't been to Malaysia. I might drop by next year. But I am planning to go there using the tunnel from Singapore. It's going to be finished around 4 years from now. :-)

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    1. At least it would be worth the wait ahaha! Happy travelling! - Gee

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  15. Kanindot! Ganahan ko mu-start ug travel sa mga ingon ana na places. Simple, clean and nindot kaayo. Would definitely fit sa overall theme sa akong feed! Haha

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  16. No.5 would no.1 for me and your post just make me want to renew my passport ASAP. I want to taste the dishes there. I hope I can do it very soon.

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