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Showing posts with label Singapore. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Singapore. Show all posts

Malaysia Holiday Tour Packages 2014 for Filipinos

Petrona's Twin Tower in Malaysia
When a fellow blogger announced he is looking more bloggers to cover Tourism Malaysia's efforts to invite Filipinos to come visit their country for vacation, It only took a split second to say I am joining. Because last July of 2013 I went to Singapore then dropped by to Malaysia. I have seen this country myself so I can vouch based on my own experiences its great potential in the Tourism industry.  

Malaysia has a tropical climate comparable to ours and just few hours away via plane from Manila. We also don't need visas just to go there for less than a month so I don't see too much hassle for our fellow countrymen to this see this place. 

Batu Caves in Malaysia

Gombak, 68100 Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia
Batu Caves in Malaysia
Me and Lyn my travel buddy
Do you know that I have been to Malaysia for one day only? Yeah pretty short really because we spent 2 days in Singapore prior and we should have booked our flight back to Manila via Malaysia.  If you want to know how we did a Singapore  - Malaysia trip for 4 days only, please click here.

Anyway lessons are there to teach us what to do next time! So here am I giving you the 1st part out of the 3 reasons to visit Malaysia if you only have a day!

The Batu Caves is a popular tourist attraction which features the world's tallest murti (consecrated statue) of Sri Murugan Swami, a Hindu deity. It is located 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur and believed to be around 400 years old! K. Thamboosamy Pillai, an Indian trader was inspired by the V - shaped entrance of the main cave so he decided to build a temple to Lord Murugan within the caves. 


Singapore Tour and Itinerary Details



Visiting Singapore is like going to China, India and the world! My two days is certainly not enough to see this country entirely but I can say that they have a very - well developed tourism industry.  
They were able to retain the many identities of their culture and heritage. Their famous architectures and landscapes around the world all speak of their advancement in terms of technology. 

That is why I cannot blame a lot of Filipinos are very much willing to work in Singapore even giving up their citizenship because I can literally see everywhere the countless opportunities!