Malaysia Religious Place


14:15 07/07/2013 Our short stint at Lorong Burma in Pulau Tikus Penang made us covered two countries just within two hours. How would that possible? Hey we’re not kidding. There is a part of Burma (now Myanmar) and Thailand on Malaysian soil. Don’t be confuse,  we’re referring to the Burmese […]

Penang Trip: Wat Chayamangkalaram


08:26 07/07/2013 The room was still pitch black when our subscription to dreamland was interrupted. It’s too early, but a continuous ascending beep coming from our phone’s alarm stirred our consciousness. It was even less audible from a snore and somniloquy of someone in the dorm room. The snooze mode successfully […]

Penang Trip: Historical Jaunt



17:30 06/07/2013  Cold wind blows brushed off our dermis. Which amplified the chills coming after a quick shower affair in our temporary abode. Abrupt shivers tells something wasn’t right. We ran to the terrace, look up into the sky. Damn, a  dark grey clouds began to form. A clear sign of  an impending […]

Penang Trip: Kek Lok Si Temple











16:10 29/04/2012 It had been  long been overdue from the time we planned to visit Melaka. The original plan was to go there by Friday night and come back on Sunday afternoon. But it wasn’t followed as our travel mate Manju had some errands to run on Friday. Other reason […]

Melaka Trip: Restrospecting Melaka, An Overview










13:15 19/11/2011 We always got fascinated with people, religion and cultural diversity here in Malaysia. It’s uniqueness distinctly defines being “Truly Asia”. As melting pot of the region, Indians were the third largest ethnic group after the Chinese and Malays. Hindu as primarily religion of Malaysian Indians, leave its strong […]

Batu Caves: A Hindu Sanctum of Malaysia