Sunday, March 28, 2010

Malaysia my sweet Homeland..


tin lamps and sparklers

ooo..balik kampung hati riang

Assalamualaikum...^_^..
Iwant to inroduce Malaysia to my arab's frenz..
Which one of the situation I have to introduce??...

First situation

Malaysia is one of the countries in Asian. It is located at the equator of the earth. As all of us know Malaysia is a country that has a climate that is hot and humid all the year. We have rain almost every week. In fact in November to December almost every day there’s rain. This is due to the monsoon seasons. Malaysia is divided into 14 small states occupied with almost 22 million citizens.

Besides, Malaysia has one of the tallest buildings in the world which is Petronas Twin Tower. It has been a proud for Malaysian for years. Petronas Twin Tower that is also well known as KLCC is 88 storey’s high and divided into two parts. For the first 5 floors of the building is occupied by a vogue and versatile shopping mall.

On the other hand, Malaysia is such an attractive country that millions of tourists rush here to get a slice of the pie. According to some surveys made at the heart of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, they like the politeness and the courtesy of Malaysians. Besides the view of the natural beauties and lush green forest in Malaysia are breathtaking and attract them to Malaysia.

Most citizens in Malaysia are Muslim. We celebrate Hari Raya Puasa. It comes at the end of the holy month of Ramadhan. The night before Hari Raya Puasa tin lamps filled with oil are placed in the garden. They glow gently in the darkness. Little children play with sparklers under the watchful eyes of an adult. In the morning after we prayed at the mosque we asked forgiveness from our elders. Usually we will receive green packets of money. It’s kind of present only for small kids. Yeay! We visit our relatives and catch up with everything we missed. This is the time for us to strengthen the bonds within us.

I’m sure that once you come in Malaysia you will never forget the loveliness being in Malaysia. Besides Hari Raya Puasa, Malaysian celebrates Chinese New Year and Deepavali. Malaysia is a multiracial country. We have Chinese, Malays and Indians. We unite together to develop Malaysia. We took hibiscus flower as our national flower. Hibiscus flower or bunga raya in Malays is red in colour. This flower is special as it is a flowering plants throught the year. It symbolizes unity am0ng Malaysians. Our national language is Bahasa Malaysia.

Malaysia is also attractive because of the natural beauty of the islands. One of the most famous islands in Malaysia is Pulau Redang in Kuala Terengganu. The white pearl-like sand really mesmerizing and the lush green forests calm our mind from the busyness of the town.

The beauty of Malaysia is not enough to be written in words unless you pay a visit to Malaysia and witness it with your own eyes. Thank you.


Second situation..
Reality ^_^

Malaysia

Hmm… talking about Malaysia there’s nothing much to say actually. It’s just a one of the country in Asia. And what make it special is, it is located at the equator of the earth. I’m sure that all of you know that Malaysia has RAIN! Yeay! Almost every week there’s rain. Alhamdulillah. It is acid rain? Perhaps we are going to have it soon. Haha. Cause as usual, developing country like Malaysia has pollution everywhere. And the list keeps going on. Water pollution, air pollution, soil pollution and sound pollution. And worst of all, smell pollution.

Hah! There’s one thing that make me proud of my beloved country Malaysia. For your FREE information Malaysia is the place where one of the tallest sky scrapers in the world which is PETRONAS Twin Tower was built. Which is also one of the signs of doomsday. Our international airport, KLCC, is among the best in the world in terms of facilities and size. A very huge airport with a very big toilet and SMALL musolla. Too bad. In fact, we are such an attractive country that millions of IMMIGRANTS, both legal and ILLEGAL rush here to get a slice of the pie. And the government makes nothing of it and believe it or not! Now the number of foreign staying in MY COUNTRY is more than the population of my own race. I better stop writing crap before I get arrested by the government. Haha.

Most citizens in Malaysia are Muslim *including me* which mean we celebrate Hari Raya Puasa. It comes at the end of the holy month of Ramadhan. The night before Hari Raya Puasa tin lamps filled with oil are placed in the garden. They glow gently in the darkness. Little children play with sparklers under the watchful eyes of an adult. And sometimes they burnt their hands. And tomorrow we will see all the yesterday kids lying on bed with some parts of their body wrapped at the front page of Berita Harian. All are burnt by sparklers. Hmm… better watch out. Anyway sorry if this statement made you think twice of having a vacation in Malaysia. Haha.

In the morning after we prayed at the mosque we asked forgiveness from our elders. Usually we will receive green packets of money. It’s kind of present only for small kids. Yeay! We visit our relatives and catch up with everything we missed. This is the time for us to strengthen the bonds within us. The sillaturrahim.

Besides Hari Raya Puasa, Malaysia celebrate Chinese New Year and Deepavali as well. This is because Malaysia is a multiracial country. We have Chinese, Malays, Indians, Sikh, Iban, Kadazan and etc.eh… don’t forget all the foreign in our country. Indon, Myanmar, Nepal, Bangladesh, Negro, African, Thailand, Burma and Cambodia. To make it easy we have all Asian. Haha.

Malaysia...Cuti-cuti Malaysia...hehe~


Hope enjot it..Istimtak Bihayatik..^.^


Massalama..
from Bicik,
To Al-alifat..
Because she said..Geram sangat dengan Malaysia..


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