Southern Malaysia: A Dutch, a Portuguese and a British…

The beautiful banks of Malacca river

The beautiful banks of Malacca river

On November 30 we left our centrally located hotel in Kuala Lumpur to reach Malacca by monorail, train and bus. The famous historic city of Malacca has a very interesting history loaded with seafearers and pirates alike. The city center has been named a UNESCO world heritage site for a reason, because the traces of the different peoples who controlled the city are very well visible.

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Kuala Lumpur: A Changing City

Kuala Lumpur is evolving rapidly...

Kuala Lumpur is evolving rapidly…

From the refreshing coolness of the Cameron Highlands we descended back into the heat of the lowlands. In less than 4 hours our bus managed the windy road to Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur. With all the time in the world we explored not only the sights of the big city, but also the trademark of Malaysia, the food.

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