Hotel K.T. Mutiara
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... we were a soft touch or not. That was in a bus station so you kind of expect it anyway. Other than the usual Taxi drivers who like bankers and lawyers can’t help but try and rip you off, we have never felt ill at ease in a situation on the road. I’m also not naive enough to think this is a utopia, Malaysia has a strong mix of cultures and only recently in history those cultures clashed, but the majority of Muslims I have spoken to want ...
... main political groups while also making connections to the growing trend of islamization within Malaysia. The other speaking was a lawyer specializing in constitutional law and she based her short presentation on the repercussions of attempting to implement Hudud in such a pluralistic society as well as emphasizing the fact that Hudud goes against the Malaysian constitution.
... the ferry crossing to Pulau Duyung which is known for its boat building using old tools and techniques.
We stopped in Chinatown (no fasting going on here) for out of this world "Bak Kut Teh", a stew made with pork, garlic and medicinal herbs.
By 11AM, it became suffocatingly hot and humid. We circled back to the Central Market, which was bustling now. The stalls on ground level sell mainly ...
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ahead Chinese bejing ...
... was built by immigrants from theHokkien
Province of China. It was rebuilt in 1915 in an effort to stave off an