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Travel Blogs from Petaling Jaya
... to see the Prime Minister's Office on the way. The buildings of all the government offices as well as the PM's office are located in Putrajaya, the same area as the Equatorial Bangi Hotel.
The Pm's imposing building is appropriately set on a hill, and below are beautifully manicured gardens, a lake and ...
... now become quite the tourist attraction, partly due to the scenery but largely due to the hundreds of inquisitive monkeys that roam the area. After carefully admiring the monkeys and visiting the massive cave, Katie, Robin and I went to the Dark Caves which are home to the rarest spider in the world - the Trapdoor Spider. Complete with our own little torch and hard hat, the tour took us on a little walk through the caves where we unfortunately (fortunately) didn't seen any ...
... are of Chinese or Malay decent and the women wear very
beautiful & colourful skirts with matching long tunics. Their headscarves are worn pinned tight
around the face and are fastened with delicate fancy pins both under the chin
and at the shoulder. The other shocker
is how efficient and modern their main transportation systems are. Monorail express trains run to and from the airport. Other LRT trains provide rapid access around
the city. ...
... Facebook on their IPhones. We tutted, pointed out my floor length skirt, long sleeves, and shawl covering my chest and hoped they'd get the message. What struck us most about this temple was the obviously exuberant mood to Hinduism. The bright colours and happy scenes displayed in the murals, and the smiling, peaceful attitudes showed that it's a religion based on positivity, and we left feeling happier and lighter than we had when we arrived.
Our next stop was ...
... island being nearby Pulau
Tuba. Langkawi is also an administrative district with the town of Kuah as
largest town. Langkawi is a duty-free island.
Langkawi means a reddish-brown eagle in colloquial Malay, some myths say that Langkawi was originally cursed by Mahsuri, a woman who had white blood however things were not taken seriously. Langkawi receives rain annually which makes the place quite cold but it is considered dry season from December till ...