I live in Malaysia and I know that my country has many things to offer to travellers coming from all over the world. As a multi-racial country, Malaysia is blessed with abundance of attractions such as waterfalls, mountains, beaches and islands. The cities are also a food heaven where we can find anything that we wanted to eat, any time of the day. If you have not visited Malaysia, you should book a trip to Malaysia now!

Book a trip to Malaysia and you can do white water rafting
White water rafting in Kuala Kubu Bahru, Selangor

Malaysia, truly Asia!

You may have heard the slogan, Malaysia truly Asia. She truly is. Malaysia is consists of three major races on the Peninsula i.e. the Malays, Chinese and the Indians. While on East Malaysia, there are many natives tribes living together harmoniously with each other. Not to forget, Malaysia also has a sizeable expatriate communities apart from Asians from other countries who come to work in this blessed country.

Different races eating together

A video that moved me close to tears

Recently, I was browsing the web, looking for interesting articles to read and catching up on some news. Suddenly, I stumbled upon a video made by Patrick Watkins. He uploaded the video on Vimeo sometimes around August 2017. The description of the video stated that he had been living in Malaysia for 2 and a half years before he was transferred to another country.

Read my experience doing snorkeling on Tioman Island, Malaysia here

So, he made the video as a tribute to the experiences that he had whilst living in Malaysia. I watched the video and I was moved by it. I never thought that Malaysia could be this pretty. In fact, if I were a foreigner, I would book a trip to Malaysia straightaway after watching the video.

Mee Bandung and Kopi O, Muar, Johor

The video is so impressive and the shots are stunning. I personally would never be able to do such a nicely edited video.

Watch the video and book a trip to Malaysia

With his permission, I am putting the video below for my readers to watch and enjoy. Trust me, you will book a trip to Malaysia after watching. And for Malaysians, you will be moved by how pretty the shots and the editing are.

Goodbye Malaysia from Patrick Watkins on Vimeo.

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We are Khai and Amira, Malaysian travel bloggers behind Kaki Jalans. Our travels have taken us to almost all the countries in Asean and several countries in Europe. We are still actively travelling and adding to this list.


  1. Jari Manis Reply

    tgk video ni terasa nak booking pergi Jay B hihih..sbb? masakan orang Johor SEDAPPpppppppppppp sgt

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