For those who want to travel and go to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, here are some tips for you and places that you must add to your itinerary. But before anything else, its sad to say that before you leave Philippines you will be obliged to pay 700php international terminal fee and around 1600php travel tax. It’s a hold-up, isn’t it?
Third, Don’t you ever forget to go to Genting. It is also a theme park but has a different excitement from Sunway especially when you have to take on the cable car about 15 minute ride heading to and from Genting. Also before going to Genting make sure to book a ticket online and a bus ticket from the terminal ahead of time. Fourth, they also have Malaysian version of a Time Square. Don’t miss to shop, but not until you drop. Fifth, Chinatown, though we have not gone to it, but according to what we have heard it is the best place for you to buy souvenir items. But be careful because you might be one of the theft victims. Lastly, after all the fun and enjoyment don’t forget to visit St. John’s church.
Reminder: When bathing on their waterpark, swimsuits are allowed but you might find it hesitant to wear because almost all people are wearing either shirts and shorts or tights. Also don’t forget to bring extra socks, jacket, shirts, snowcap and snacks in case you don’t want to end up spending a lot, and most importantly your camera if you want to have all your experiences documented. (lol)
Malaysia getaway is another unforgettable experience for me and my hubby and the rest of his cousins. We stayed at the Corus Hotel, KLCC just within the city. The good thing was, it is a few blocks away from the famous attraction Petronas Towers. So there is no way we could not find time to take a pose at the Petronas Towers. The twin towers are known for its steel and glass façade and is undoubtedly amazing and overwhelming. That is why this was the very first place that we had to go to after we had settled at the hotel. Since we arrived in Kuala Lumpur late in the afternoon, we just strolled going to the Twin Towers, and the mall next to it, not to mention that we spend most of our time taking pictures within the city or even every stop. Our first day was not that exciting but we always look forward on the adventures and the things to see the following day. That is what keeps us going!
A shawl is a simple item of clothing, loosely worn over the shoulders, upper body and arms, and sometimes also over the head. It is usually a rectangular or square piece of cloth, that is often folded to make a triangle but can also be triangular in shape. Shawls are used in order to keep warm, to complement a fashionable costume and sometimes for symbolic reasons. My husband’s friend told me that shawls in Malaysia have very nice fabric and the material is better compared here. Will soon find out. I will be away for a week. I will be back next Wednesday (May 26, 2009). I am very much excited with what Malaysia’s fashion can offer. First and last day will be shopping galore for me lolz.