Here's a recent post on my city [link] Nothing much to see in the city really but food is favourite haunt for many tourists as we have a diversified Asian culture. There are also many beautiful islands on the east coast of the peninsula, n it comes wqith white powdery sand and clear water corals. Should be worth a visit - we r tsunami n typhoon n earthquake free nation, unlike our neighbours, n I'm thankful for that
Ahh..Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia...wonderful!! I'm thinking of taking a trip to Thailand sometime..maybe I should visit Malaysia instead then..I would love the white shores and clear water..and if there is no tsunamis and earthquakes makes it even better!! Have you lived there all your life Des? And thank you for sharing my friend!! When's the best season of the year, to visit in your opinion? I don't like alot of tourist!! I wanna go somewhere that's genuine, quiet and beautiful..I'm not a diver, but love the corals!!
Short of promoting my own country, I don't find any other places that mirrors the ideal tropical paradise image other than here [link] And the best time to visit these islands would be March to Sept (the earlier the better ) Diving needs lessons n supervising for beginners, but putting on snorkels n masks is almost the 'national costume' when you arrive there! A tug boat will bring you to mid-ocean to view those beautiful uw life. Once I ventured deeper than others n found some really lovely giant corals Apart from the mid-ocean, you can also find beautiful corals n baby sharks along the beach, like at the place I stayed before @ Redang Island. Its also good place to visit Malaysia for some earth shattering shopping therapy lol And you can still drop by other countries like Thailand after making a soft landing here using our popular carrier, AirAsia [link] Would be great to visit here, Xeena if you plan to. Its not everyday you get to meet a DA friend