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... the colourful Hanseatic harbour.
Probably Steph's favourite city, the buildings here looked similar to those of Copenhagen except that there seemed to be more red and orange, and less blue. My favourite experiences here were at the Vasa Museum and the Stockholm Under The Bridges tour.
Another laid back city. The buildings here did not look as impressive as those ...
Breakfast with board members.
After that, we visit the Chinese chamber of commerce, see traditional houses, visit the beach, where we learn more about the history. when siamese ( thailand ) landed at the beach, they had to to wait for further ships or enemies, so they chiseled a hole into a rock, until water run out.
Thats why its called Batu Pahat "chiseled rock".
We decided to head down to Melaka for a night. It is famed for its old China town area, but we did not really appreciate it too its fullest I think. It was hot and again the streets were choked with traffic and there were no pavements for you to walk on. We had a fun Tri-shaw trip through town to a local restaurant, including heading the wrong way down one way streets while our driver calmly assured us that the ...
Well, I seriously did not expected this to happen. I am actually taking the Malaysia public bus to the next destination where I will be meeting my bro and sis. We took Bus No. 301. The condition of the bus was rather bad. The seats, I can describe as going to be condemned soon. It was practically shaking when the bus was moving. The worst is when there is a bum, I was popped up from my seat. I seriously got to salute ...
... a trishaw ride which is a bike with a little cab on the side of it covered with flowers. Our guide was this 72 year old man who had to carry us around town! We tried so many times to take over and help but he wouldn't let us. We were going up hills and he wasn't even short of breath or sweating in the 87 degree heat! He was awesome and showed us around the city. Malaysia has a great history because it's been invaded many times in the past so it's ...
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