I like green cities with lots of trees and parks. Kuala Lumpur is full of skyscrapers but also full of different trees. I was impressed by the size of some leaves, like the one from the picture – do you see how many tiles it covers and how tiny are other leaves in comparison with this huge leaf?
My first impression of Malaysia was that’s a very tourists-friendly country. Traveling in Malaysia is quite simple because of different transportation (safe and clean) options, almost everyone speaks English and you see lots from Asia while being in only one country. Do you agree?
Petronas Towers are famous twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur. For a few years, it was the tallest building in the world. I’m not a fan of skyscrapers, but if you are – visit the Petronas Towers; they’re interesting buildings. It almost felt to me, that not visiting Petronas Twin Towers is like not being in Kuala Lumpur at all…
If Malaysia is the Land of the Malays, are there only Malays who live in Malaysia? -No! Malaysia is quite diverse with the majority of Malays and indigenous people of Malaysia, but also big population of Chinese and Indians (Malaysia Indians).
Malaysia is a country of different faces, with lots of varieties; i.e., very modern areas, very poor, very traditional, plus different cultures etc. You can kind of say it about each country, but it’s not really like that. 😉
If you could visit only one Asian country to get a “feeling of Asia” – go to Malaysia. -That was my first impression in Malaysia and I still didn’t change my mind.