Life is a journey you never know when is your next destination.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Malaysias Nice Places to Remember

Petronas Twin Tower -- Standing Majestically at a height of 451.9m, this gleaming structure of steel and glass is the tallest twin building in the world. Visit the famous skybridge on the 41st floor to view the city from dizzying height children will surely enjoy.

KL Tower -- how can we forget world's fifth tallest telecommunication tower in the world. Built to enhance the quality of telecommunication services and the clarity of broadcasting, KL Tower represents the symbol of Kuala Lumpur.

National Museum -- Malaysia's premier museum is the repository for the nation's rich history and heritage. Built in 1963, its facade features a Minangkabau-styled roof and two impressive front murals. Highlights include the collection of keris or Malay dangger and ceramics from the Ming Dynasty. That sculpture was Ganesha one of the deities best-known and most widely worshipped God in the Hindu religion. His image was found throughout India and Nepal.

KL lake Gardens -- Kuala Lumpur Lake Garden is also known as Taman Tasik Perdana (Perdana Lake Garden) and is the first public park in the city. It provides a big recreational area for city folks who need to take a break from the normal routine and busyness of the city. Built around 2 lakes and many other attractions, this lush greeneries garden has jogging tracks and walking trails for those who need to sweat it out.


This park was officially opened on May 1, 1975 by the second Prime Minister of Malaysia Tun Haji Abdul Razak Hussein. The park has an area of approximately 92 hectares. The attractions that has been developed for public use includes: 
  1. Orchid Garden has a varieties of 800 species of orchids. Take pictures and purchase a pot or two back at the shop within the compound. 
  2. Hibiscus Garden has many varieties of hibiscus. The locals called it "Bunga Raya" and is the national flower of Malaysia
  3. KL Butterfly Park has more than 6,000 butterflies with over 120 species. You can also visit the souvenir shop and insect museum. 
  4. KL Bird Park has the world's largest walk-in free flight aviary. It has more than 3,000 birds of various species. 
  5. Boathouse has facility for an hour or so of family boating on the lake. 
  6. Deer Park has many spotted deer from Holland. Feeding is allowed but the food has to be purchased from the ticketing counter. 
These were some of the places we've been for several months of staying and living inside Malaysia and I want to share this simple quote that I will always carry in my heart, because what ever happens I believe that I will still be coming back home to where I belong hope that would not be long.


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