TYPE 03 Lovely Malaysia
Reflections From A Many Splendored Land
Sometimes we get only a glimpse of the whole picture. Often we take what we see for granted. There are many aspects of lovely Malaysia that escape our attention. Here’s an insightful gallery of wonderful images representing a truly, lovely Malaysia for all to ponder, cherish and share.
Beach Of Legends : Pulau Langkawi, Kedah
Langkawi is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, just 30 kilometres north west of Peninsula Malaysia. Besides crystal clear waters, long sandy beaches and its duty-free status, Langkawi is filled with legends that date back to the late 18th century.
Holy Hill : Thean Hou Temple, Kuala Lumpur
This 6-tiered Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian temple, built in 1987 by the Hainanese ancestral community in Malaysia, honours the sea goddess Mazu, the protector of fishermen. Sitting on an area of 6,758 sqm on a hilltop this temple is one of the oldest and largest in South East Asia.
Green Carpet : Rice Fields, Sekinchan
Endless fields of padi on the horizon just one and a half hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur. Sekinchan is literally the “village suitable for plantation” in Chinese. This beach side fishing industry village is blessed with good soil and irrigation, hence is a major rice and greens producing area.
A Bowl Of Devilish Delight : Curry Laksa
This popular soup noodle is found in several Asian countries. There are many versions of curry laksa within Malaysia. Every one distinctively delicious! Spiced with chili oil, soured with tamarind, garnished with herbs and creamed with coconut milk. It’s a bowl of devilish delight.
King Of Thorns : Malaysia’s Scent Of Success Called Musang King
The Malaysian Musang King durian, distinguished by the star shaped at its base, has captured attention globally. One either loves it or hates it! To some the the fruit has an utterly foul smell.To the fans of the King is a must have!
Crystal Wonder : Crystal Mosque, Islamic Heritage Park, Terengganu
This unique mosque amongst the highlights in the Islamic Heritage Park on the Wan Mak Island off the city of Kuala Terengganu. Constructed of steel, glass and crystals this four minaret mosque glitters stunningly at night with reflections on the waterfront.
Pandora’s World : The Avatar Secret Gardens, Penang
This recreation of the Avatar world in Tanjung Tokong is littered with fluid neons and luminous lights in the sky, on the walls and trees, and on the ground everywhere. The entire set glows with a dream-like dazzling display that will fill you with amazement the moment you step in.
Bonds Of Diversity : The Multi-Racial Fabric That’s Uniquely Malaysia
What defines a Malaysian? There’s no need for a definition because being Malaysian is in all of us one way or another. We share food, languages, laughter, triumphs, history and the land that we live on. Being Malaysian is being different. Because Malaysia itself is a lovely land unlike any other.
Kuching’s Riverbank Icon : The Dewan Undangan Negeri Sarawak (Sarawak State Legislative Building)
In the daytime, it strikes a surmounting pose at the edge of the city’s riverbank. At night, it shines glittering lights that mirrors on the river’s surface. Designed with an umbrella top that represents a Bidayuh local tribe’s roof top to stand proud for a legislative assembly formed by the White Rajahs in 1867.
Nature’s Backyard : The Royal Belum Rainforest Reserve, Grik, Perak
It’s one of the oldest rainforests in the world, even older than the Amazon and the Congo. Its name, Belum, is derived from the sound made by giant grasshoppers of this forest. Indeed, this 290,000-hectare forest reserve is home to over 3,000 flowering plants, including the giant Rafflesia; 300 bird species, including 10 species of hornbills; and 14 of the world’s most threatened mammals.
Chariots Of Vows : Thaipusam, Penang
Hindu devotees in Penang have kept this Thaipusam tradition since 1857, gathering to reach the Murugan temple atop a small hill. It’s always a colourful, noisy sea of devotees and visitors from the numerous temples throughout the route converging towards the popularly known Waterfall Temple throughout this festivity.
Marine Wonderland : The Semporna Island Park, Sabah
In 2004 a group of 8 east coast Sabah islands were declared a national marine park. This 370 sq.km park is home to just 2,000 Bajau sea nomads who live in houseboats and stilt homes along the island coasts. Visitors come to explore the pristine reefs and wonderful marine life.
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