Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Revisiting Truly Asia

Revisiting Malaysia last month completely changed my perspective on Truly Asia.  Having been to this country a couple of times before really didn't tickle this author's interest since there wasn't really much too see --wrong.  The Muslim nation is rich in heritage and was mesmerized with its national treasures. Colossal monuments of both old and new have captivated my heart with amazement as they unfold in front of my eyes. Enchanting structures rich in history  build the nation's pride as one of the top tourist destinations in Southeast Asia. From traditional to modern bridges, beautiful and gigantic mosques, amazing palaces, historical hotels, and significant monuments flash in front of our eyes was like traveling in a time machine from the past and back to the future.Touring around these spectacular landmarks, the government was quite kind enough to accommodate and provide us with undivided special treatment. The outstanding panoramic views are seamlessly breathtaking with mesmerizing architectural wonders that truly showcases an outstanding point of view. Looking into the lens unveils a picture perfect moment that's so unforgettable it will definitely last a lifetime.  
The grandeur and monumental visual feast of Malaysia's landscape is a must-go for everyone but make sure to bring lots of sun-block-the equatorial weather can be quite taxing.  Nevertheless, its the perfect vacay destination for those who are into history, culture, tradition and the rest of it all. So much to see and so little time, it makes one look forward to coming back to a country filled with beauty of both old and new.

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