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    Tropical Punch Tour: Malaysia Video

    August 19th, 2011

    Vast jungles crawling with rare, exotic animals, insects and plants. Pristine beaches and islands supporting fragile, beautiful coral reefs. Traditional kampung thatched roof houses. Sprawling urban centers sprinkled with shiny glass high rises next to run-down alleys sporting a generous helping of dirt and grime. All of these elements and much more make up the Muslim-dominated country of Malaysia, which lies under the stinging equatorial sun, right between Thailand and Singapore.

    Tropical Punch Tour: Malaysia Video takes a quick look at the colorful seaside colonial town of Melaka, including flower-festooned trishaws, a musical performance and dance party stirred up by Hiasan Budaya and a sardine-packed night market in Chinatown. Up in the sprawling capital city, Kuala Lumpur, we briefly encounter a plethora of traditional Malaysian dances offered up at various tourist centers, plus stops at the lovely and lush Taman Rama Rama, also known as the Butterfly Park, and the home of some of Earth’s most brightly hued birds at the KL Bird Park.

    For tons of photos and a detailed travel journal, visit the Tropical Punch Tour page.

    Tropical Punch Tour: Malaysia Part 13

    July 13th, 2010

    Tuesday, July 13, 2010
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    Feeling fatigued? Step underneath the Energy Dome! Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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