Malaysia

Our Malaysia Trip…Genting highlands

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The rains stopped but the clouds did buzz away. So only some of the rides were opened. The best was the Space Shot which takes you up to height of 185 feet and then with a sudden force brings you down with all the shouts and shrieks and a bizarre feeling of weightlessness. It was good fun!!

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Holiday in KL and Singapore

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You need to book tickets to Genting Highlands from KL Sentral (Genting ticket counter is clearly marked and visible – Level 1). Since it was Ramzan holiday the next day, most of the KL crowd would be at Genting and you need to book tickets soon.

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Top of the World – the Twin Towers

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Well, those who haven’t visited any of these similar towers – the experience of looking at the surroundings from the top will be fascinating. Apart from some videos about the company that built this (PETRONAS – Petroliam Nasional Berhad, a Malaysian oil and gas company) and information on interesting facts about the towers, you are entitled to visit the Skybridge and Observation deck.

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Visit to the Batu Caves

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For example, the rarest spider in the world – the Trapdoor spider (Liphistius batuensis, the scientific name). Even there are species still live in these caves since some 100 million years!

Of course, you cannot see of them, because of these species are mostly tiny, and the cave is literally dark. Because of the fragile ecological atmosphere inside the cave, you are bound to follow some important rules.

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Treasuring the reminiscences

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Sriperambadur was my last stop before I flew back home from Chennai. Once home, tests revealed it was indeed Dengue and I was advised immediate hospitalization because of my condition. It took more than a month to fully recover.
I hate this travel bug !

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