Malaysia was never really on our itinerary. For that matter, Singapore wasn’t either. But before we were able to apply for our Indian visas, we had to purchase an onward flight out of India. We bought the cheapest one-way ticket we could find, which was to Singapore on Air Asia. The way we would continue Read Post
We don’t travel with guide books. They add too much weight, take up precious space and buying a new one for each country we visit would cost too much. Sometimes we read the ones left behind in guesthouses, but mostly we look to the Internet for a few important answers. Before arriving in a new Read Post
Shot this just off of Romantic Beach on the Perhentian Kecil Island in Malaysia.
We absolutely loved the Perhentian Islands in Malaysia. They were beautiful and fairly undeveloped. The snorkeling was spectacular, even though the reefs had been pretty much decimated. Hopefully, they can rebuild the reefs for future generations to enjoy.
The Kek Lok Si Temple is a beautiful and enormous Buddhist temple in Penang, Malaysia. It is the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia and has an excellent view of George Town and Penang Hill.