Last days in Malaysia…
… Tonnerre de Malaisie!
Walking down the streets in Kota Bharu the royal city of Kelantan and discovering the art of Batik painting, the shadow-puppets, the traditional drums and martial arts.
Walking down the colorful streets, Enjoying the Art Galleries and cafes, Playing Congkak in Penang museum, Tasting Indian food late in the afternoon in Little India, Walking through the early fresh market… go there and find your path through Georgetown, a UNESCO World Heritage City!
It might be the post with the most photographs in it, please take time to enjoy them all!
It is completely out of the tourist routes but Taiping has a lot of history in its buildings. It used to be one of the most important English settlement with the first asian zoo, the first golf course and some of the eldest churches of Malaysia!
Melaka is a historical city South from Kuala Lumpur. People from different nationalities settled there. As a result Melaka is today a true melting pot of people and a place with a huge choice of different kind of food: pineapple tarts, Chicken Rice, Fried Oyster, Cendol…
Melaka is city full of history with different people: Indian, Chinese, Malays, Baba Nonya… with all the different styles of architectures and food that you can imagine!!
A Chinese and an Indian temple!
Jalan Tun H. S. Lee, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia