A Tour in KLCC

KLCC or Kuala Lumpur City Centre is a multipurpose area with shopping malls, hotels and office buildings. Some of the places we were able to visit are the following:

Petronas Tower – considered one of the tallest building in the whole world with its 88 floors, it has a sky bridge that is open to public from 9:00-5:00 from Tuesdays to Sundays.
petronas

Suria KLCC – one of the grand shopping mall with mostly branded shops, located at the foot of Petronas Tower.
suria

KLCC Park – 50 acre of land with trees, facilities like playground and areas for exercise and is famous for its dancing fountain.
park

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Tourist Spots in Malaysia

Although we stayed in this country for one day, we were able to visit and had a glimpse of some of the tourist spots around Malaysia:

KUALA LUMPUR (the capital of Malaysia)

Kuala Lumpur Tower – it is another well-known tower aside from Petronas where most telecommunication and broadcasting systems in Malaysia are found.
kl tower

Menara Public Bank – situated opposite Petronas Tower with 36 storeys and the headquarters of Public Bank Berhad.
menara

Jalan Alor Street – it is previously known as the red light district, but now as a famous hawker place where your search for authentic Malaysian dish may be satisfied and for a cheap price.
streetfood

PUTRAJAYA (federal administrative center of Malaysia)

Seri Wawasan Bridge – a sample of a cable-stayed bridge in Putrajaya that is made thoroughly visible by its colored lights
bridge

Masjid Putra – also called Putra Mosque or Pink Mosque because of its pink dome made of rose-colored granite
mosque

Perdana Putra – the Prime Minister’s workplace and where other government offices are located
cityhall

Pullman lakeside – one of the impressive hotel known for its four themed buildings, Malay, Indian, Chinese and Borneo inspired themes.
hotel

We also roamed around CYBERJAYA (a science center town in Malaysia) where my friend’s abode is located.

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Malaysia, a Side Trip from Singapore

We went to Singapore last 2011 and was able to get a promo flight from Singapore to Malaysia via Airasia. My good friend and her family reside there and they became our host for this trip.
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Unlike Singapore, Malaysia has a low-cost of living. Transportation is also cheap and accessible.
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For food, Malaysian food like Satay and Indian food like Roti topped our list.
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A Tour in Sentosa Island

Sentosa, the fourth largest island in Singapore, it is a popular island resort that can be reached from mainland via cable car, sentosa express and bus services. Some of the places we were able to visit are the following:

Resorts World – a world class hotel resort casino that houses the Universal Studio, Marine Life Park and other major attraction in Sentosa island.
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Universal Studio – it is the first branch in Southeast Asia where rides and shows are based from movie themes.
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Lake of Dreams – has a free water fountain and laser show every night.
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Merlion – aside from the statue located near Fullerton Hotel, there is another statue of merlion that stands in the center of Sentosa resort.
sen-merlion

Ifly – world largest wind tunnel that will give you the experience of what skydiving feels like.
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Siloso Beach – it is one of the three beaches in Sentosa island that has beach activities like volleyball and the like.
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Candy shops – stores with huge candies and chocolate bar are located where kids and kids at heart will love.
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(you may check our itinerary for this tour Singapore-Malaysia Tour)


Tourist Spots in Singapore

Compared with Philippines which have about 30,000km of land area, Singapore only has 700 km of land area. Hence, you only need a few days to roam around. Some of the tourist spots that we were able to set foot on are the following:

Merlion Park –it is the major tourist attraction of the country. Merlion is a legendary creature of half-lion, half-fish which also became an icon of Singapore. From the deck of Merlion Park, you can also view the opera house and marina bay sands from afar.

merlion at day

merlion at day

merlion at night

merlion at night

opera at day

opera at day

opera at night

opera at night

marina at day

marina at day

marina at night

marina at night

Riverside – a historical site marked by man-made statues along the area. It is where you can also see the Cavenagh Bridge – the oldest and only suspension bridge in Singapore.

"first generation"

“first generation”

"the merchant"

“the merchant”

cavenagh bridge

cavenagh bridge

Fullerton Hotel – a 5 star hotel and a restored building representing the neo-classical architecture adopted from the British colony.

fullerton at night

fullerton facade

Chinatown – it is a place where you can observe the influence of China in Singapore, famous for its night market where you can buy cheap souvenirs.

with travel hubby's sister and cousin

with travel hubby’s sister and cousin

it was the mid-autumn festival that time

it was the mid-autumn festival that time

Vivo City – a huge shopping mall in Singapore that has a modern structural design and also known for being one of the gateways to Sentosa Island.

vivo facade

vivo facade

gateway to sentosa island

gateway to sentosa island

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