LA presentation D133 (Why I want to go to Malaysia (Bcs it is a modern…
LA presentation D133
Why I want to go to Malaysia
can interact w people easily
Using the same language as local people is much easier to ask for something and so that I dont have any problems with talking to them if they ask me something
A lot of nice places to go
There are many options to go to nice places on a vacation or just go there for the weekend like
A 3.5-hour drive from Singapore, Port Dickson is an excellent destination for those who are looking for a quick beach getaway. With amazing waters and a sea breeze to enjoy, Port Dickson is the ideal place to sit by the beach to enjoy a good book or watch the sunset.
Kuala Lumpur has everything you could dream of for a city getaway. While shoppers with big pockets can head over to glitzy malls to purchase the latest in branded goods, bargain hunters can scour the pasar malams (night markets) to get the most bang for their buck.
Langkawi is accessible from Singapore via a 1.5 hour flight and is also an excellent place for a weekend trip, especially for the adventure seekers.
Instead of going cafe-hopping and being surrounded by the occupational hazard of eating way too much food, why not go island hopping instead? With many interesting rock formations to admire and sparkling waters to enjoy, visitors are bound to find Langkawi amazing. Those who enjoy scenic views can head to Langkawi’s sky bridge. Built on top of the Machinchang Mountain, the bridge offers stunning aerial views of the forest beneath and the seas beyond.
the place is clean
The place is very clean and it feels more refreshing other than tissues, water bottles and other things on the floor. It just does not make me very comfortable if I want to sit down
More options of food
Malaysia's top 4 foods
A pancake-style snack wedded with the compact package of an omelet, apam balik is stuffed with more than a sufficient amount of sugar, peanuts and the occasional sprinkle of corn -- it's a dish that's constantly being reinvented.
From the state of Kelantan in northern peninsular Malaysia, nasi kerabu gets its eye-grabbing color from telang flowers, which are crushed and mixed into flour.
The aquamarine dish is topped with bean sprouts and fried coconut, then drenched in spicy budu, a fermented fish sauce.
Mee goreng mamak
This Indian Muslim dish is the complete package. Yellow noodles. Beef or chicken. Shrimp. Soy sauce, veggies and eggs. A bit of chili tossed in for an irresistible jolt.
Nasi lemak is basically rice cooked in coconut milk
Depending on where you are in Malaysia, it comes with a variety of accompaniments such as hard-boiled egg, peanuts, vegetables, lamb/chicken/or beef curry, seafood and sambal (chili-based sauce).
Nasi kandar is essentially rice served with your choice of toppings, which commonly include curry, fish, egg and okra.
Bcs it is a modern place
Everything is there when you need it
For example, if you need to go the ATM machine, it is just around the corner. Same thing if you want to go the bathroom and it is just very near and not very far like in Jeddah