Singapore & Malaysia Getaway Part 2

Malaysia, on the other hand, has always been known for its rich culture that has been preserved throughout the years. 

It never let the world’s advancement affect their unity as they take its rich culture as a strong foundation for its advancement, being one of the best growing country yearly.

After our wonderful Singapore experience, we now go to the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. 

Aside from their incomparable love for their culture, Malaysians are known for being humble and respectful. As we wonder along the streets of Kuala Lumpur, we’ve encountered several Malaysian people whom we find to have these wonderful traits and qualities.

I must say, it was a different experience going around Kuala Lumpur as not only you’ll see how most of their tourists spots are in line with their culture, but also you’ll be amazed by how these were wonderfully preserved throughout the years. 

We’ve come to see some of their well known tourist spots and was lucky enough to have been able to climb their great Batu Caves.

It felt like an achievement when we were able to finish the cave and go inside where there were like a sacred place for them. Plus they’ve got tons of cute monkeys wandering around the caves too!

The highlight of the trip of course were being able to see their most famous building, the Petronas Twin Towers! And of course, Selfie-ing on it is definitely a must! 

If you think food-tripping around Singapore is fun and cheap, then you have to go to Kuala Lumpur to see something cheaper! The food was great as always, and it was definitely cheaper. 

Singapore and Malaysia are two different countries, but what is similar to both is how they have managed to grow and develop within, how they were able to use such advancements to ensure economic stability, how they have maintained their values, traditions and culture inspite of these advancementa and put it into something more valuable for them in return.

The places we’ve visited were amazing, it was truly a wonderful experience and best of all, I get to travel with my favorite “Lunch Buddies”. 

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