I woke up to 25 degree windy weather in Cameron Highland, the kind of weather I really hope Singapore had. It didn’t feel like the south east asia that I knew. Cameron Highland is just about 600km from the HOT Singapore. Continue reading “Day 3: What’s at Cameron Highlands?”
I reached Butterworth at 5:25am. The train crew alerted those who were stopping at the station 10 minutes before reaching. Sleeping on sleeper train was not an entirely nice experience but still worth it (No money spent on hotels). I’m a light sleeper, so the sound and shaky train woke me up a lot of times. My friends, though, had really good sleep throughout the 7-hour journey. Continue reading “Day 2: 1 day @ Penang, Malaysia”
Visiting UNESCO heritage sites is probably one of my goals in life. (I’m not making this up. They really do fascinate me.) George Town in Penang was definitely fascinating and beautiful. We cycled around the area, stopping at the different street arts at random places. I got to absorb the ambience of the place and could imagine people in the old days lived in the town; Chinese merchants, the local Malays and British that walked the streets. It was like when I visited Angkor Wat last February all over again. Continue reading “World Heritage of George Town, Penang”
I’m going on a 5-day trip around Malaysia, from Kuala Lumpur to Penang and then Cameron Highland. Train tickets, apartments, coaches and my flight ticket back to Singapore are already booked. Itinerary for the whole trip is planned with a lot of landmark visits and food hunting. I have five friends who are going with me on this very exciting trip!
Continue reading “Day 1: 5 Hours in Kuala Lumpur”
So my cousins were talking about what to do since they have another two nights in Singapore. We decided to have lunch at Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Continue reading “Johor Bahru”