Monday, February 2, 2009

Back to Malaysia for Chinese New Year

I am now back to my country, Malaysia. Lately I noticed that there are a lot of foreginers migrating to Kuala Lumpur, I wonder why... It is not that hard to find out after I have a few days stay in Kuala Lumpur (always referred to as KL). Lifestyle in KL has taken a big twist from very conventional way to very cosmo sytle. I couldn't believe its change after just a short period of time.

KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Center, world highest twin tower)


From my understanding a lot of foreigners chose Malaysia as their retirement home mainly because of its low cost of living, lifestyle and most importantly, the beautiful weather.

I recently read an article of a Belgium artist describing her daily life as "beautiful sunshine in the morning, tropical rain in the afternoon that brings you wonderful feeling and romantic dinner under the sky full of stars". That exactly describe Malaysia. As a Malaysian, I really envy that she could enjoy all these because I have long missed those beautiful moments ever since my husband worked in China.

How I wish we could come back soon and enjoy the lifestyle in Malaysia again.

Check out this site to find out more about my country

www.tourism.gov.my/

http://www.sabahtourism.com/sabah-malaysian-borneo/en/home/ (Sabah offers one of the top diving spots in the world)

www.mm2h.gov.my/ (a good site to know how to migrate to Malaysia)

http://www.sarawaktourism.com/ (My hometown, a beautiful place full of green and wild life, also called the land of hornbill)

Below, taking a express boat ride along Rejang River back to my hometown, Kapit. The Ibans and long houses are the main attractions here.
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