This is already my final day in Malaysia. Time has gome by so fast. I'm sad to leave this country, but I'm mostly happy I got to experience all of this. To make the most of the final few hours I had left, I decided to go to the national museum, right next to my hotel. I only had time to see one of the exhibitions they had. It was about the history of Malaysia. At half past two I got on the train to the airport in order to get back home again.
To make the most of the last full day I had left in Malacca, I decided to go to a small museum that actually used to be someones house. It shows visitors what people used to live like about a 100 years ago and it was lovely. After the museum I went to have breakfast at a restaurant I saw the day before. And after the delicious waffle I had there, I walked over to the observation tower. Provided a 360 degrees view over the city, which was lovely. It was up there that I realised how close all of the tourist attractions were together. Then I had to take an Uber to get to the hotel to get my stuff. Another Uber took me to my next destination: Kuala Lumpur!
New day new adventures. After sleeping really well the first night in the hotel I woke up without feeling jetlagged. I honestly don't know how I did that. I decided to have breakfast somewhere outside of the hotel and so I walked to the shoppingstreets closest to me. Eventually I ended up in a nice little restaurant. What I had: rice with three different sauces and a naan bread the size of my head! After breakfast I decided to go into the city centre where all of the historic buildings are. And I went on a river cruise after that, took about half an hour and it was lovely.
After a whole day of traveling, and a bit more traveling on the second day of my journey I finally arrived in Kuala Lumpur! I first spent two nights in Melacca and then two nights in Kuala Lumpur (KL). Want to know what the first day in Malaysia was like? Keep on reading!
Today is the day, I'm finally leaving for Malaysia! It's my first time traveling outside of Europe and my first time traveling solo. Sometimes I think to myself, Kyra, what have you gotten yourself into?, but then I think about how amazing the trip is going to be and how it's all going to be worth it. Want to know what the first day was like? Keep on reading!