Malaysia is the best, here’s why!
1) The variety of multi-cultural food because it fulfills 1 of the 7 deadly sins – Gluttony.
It makes us consume food that don’t do any good to the body except to tease our taste-buds. They eventually turn into fats within the body.
Therefore, it creates the need to exercise more often to stay fit and healthy. That’s why I run frequently.
2) The properties with ever-increasing price tag.
This keeps us aware that the inflation is massive and we can’t even keep up with that rapid pace. The rich gets richer, while the poor gets… more jealous of the rich.
The majority won’t be able to buy good properties and therefore they rather spend their little money on other things like an iPhone 6 or Galaxy S5.
3) The amazing all-year-round dry (sometimes haze) & wet season.
We have no Autumn, Winter and Spring – so it kinda suck. Plus, the Summer we have here is freaking hot!
With this environment in Malaysia, it teaches us to cherish the weather when we travel to countries with 4 seasons.
4) The traffic jam during rush hour, especially during weekdays and on weekends after salary payout.
It teaches me to be patient on the road and avoid succumbing to road-rage at all cost. Road-rage may lead to road accidents and I can’t afford such hefty repair cost.
5) The abundance of shopping malls within Klang Valley.
Firstly, they help me to kill time during weekends, and secondly they encourage me to train my resistance against instant gratification for unnecessary stuffs.
Every time when I’m at the mall and I come across things that attract me, I will give myself a big fat slap on the face so that I won’t buy them.
Okay, I don’t slap myself. That’s crazy. Well, I’ll just… walk away.
That’s it for the 5 things I love about Malaysia.
Happy Malaysia Day!
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Is it possible for one to travel without WiFi nowadays? Hell no!
Accessing the Internet is definitely a MUST whenever we travel abroad so that we can keep in touch with our family and friends by posting wonderful photos – hence, making them jealous. Heh heh!
Yes, I really do wanna make everyone back home jealous.
During my recent trip to the United Kingdom (you see, UK weh – how can I not post photos when I’m there, right?), I was always on the lookout for free WiFi acess.
I mean, it’s the very basic need we need as part of the traveling journey. Heck, it should be even added to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs…