I was really nervous about what to wear when I went to KL. Because they are a majority Muslim country I wasn't sure if I would be offending them if I wore shorts or a skirt. I spent the first two days... more
Durian. Be prepared for a very special smell. It might take a little while to get used to the smell and taste. However, it tastes much better than it smells.
It is most often forbidden to take durians... more
Kuala Lumpur is generally easy going, but don't forget this is a muslim country and in KL there are very proud about their religion. KL is actually a hub for Islamic Finance, there are plenty of... more
the Malaysian Ringgit ( RM) is the official currency of the federal states of Malaysia. the malysian currency was named the Malaysian Dollar before 1975 and since then, the Ringgit (which means jagged... more
When you meet a Malaysian, especially a Malay, the right way to shake hand is to offer both your hands and gently grip the other person's hand. He or she would definitely do the same. Of course, the... more
It is very hot and sticky in Kuala Lumpur.
Luckily the shopping centres and even some of the street vendors have icy cold aircon - the best aircon i have ever experienced.
Travelling must still go... more
When at Petaling street on the last day of our visit i felt guilt for batering too low.
When you ask to pay 30.00 aust instead of 40.00 aust and they say they will not make any money and will lose... more
"Hari Raya" is one of the important holiday festivals in Malaysia. It is equally to Chinese New Year in China or Christmas in the States. It is a celebration of the conclusion of the 29 to 30 days of... more
This is one of the most facinating experiences during the visit to Malaysia. As Bahasa native speaker (which has similarity with Malay Language), we understand each other when we speak in Malay.... more
For tourists visit 2 days, you can walk from Chinatown to Bukit Bintang to KLCC in one day. The next day, walk to KL tower, lake garden, merdeka square, Chow Kit and Little India. If......
As a kid, I stayed briefly in Kuala Lumpur ("KL" in short as it is known to locals) with my parents when dad was posted there. As I was the only child staying with them, being lonely made me longing...