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Introduction to Malaysia! (YES Malaysia 2013)

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Benuk Village
Mount Tahan
Genting Highlands
'Rantau Abang'
LA Hot
Springs
Rex Waterfalls
Cultural Village
Nobat Hall
Masjid Syed Alwi
Mahsuri`s Tomb
Legoland
Mount Kinabalu
Sepilok Orang Utan
Sanctuary
Tua Pek ong
Temple
Kuching Waterfront
Genting Highlands
Kuala Kedah
Lighthouse
Penang Bridge
Fort Conwallis
Kellie`s Castle
Pulau Pangkor
Cameron Highlands
Batu Caves
KL Tower
KLCC
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Seri Menanti Palace
Sepang
Circuit
Fort A Famosa
Stadthuys
Taiping Lake Gardens
Mount Tahan
Benuk Village
Kuching Waterfront
Genting Highlands
Tua Pek Kong
Temple
Mulu Caves
Mahsuri's Tomb
WHERE is Malaysia?
The lowdown on Malaysia
Population
Capital city
National Language
28.33 million
Kuala Lumpur
Malay
Three main races in Malaysia:
Malay
Chinese
Indian
& other minor ethnic groups
Malaysia at a Glance
At school
What's the life of a typical Malaysian?
Uniforms!
Singapore
NORTH AMERICA
ASIA
Malaysia
Indian
Architecture
&
Attractions
Traditional Games
61% are muslims
living with the other 39%
Food
MASAK LEMAK CILI API
LAKSA JOHOR
LAKSAM
South East Asia
Thailand
Singapore
MALAYS
Festivals
Hari Raya Aidilfitri
INDIANS
Deepavali
Chinese
Chinese New Year
Yes, as foreign as it sounds, Malaysians wear school uniforms to school. Typically, a girl wears a white blouse and a pinafore; whereas, a boy wears a white button-down with green trousers.
Well, school in Malaysia isn't just about books.
Students here also join...
Malays
Outside of classes, students join twice-a-week extracurricular activities. From sports to uniform bodies to clubs; there's a club for everyone!
Class!
Traditional
Clothing
CHINESE
sAMFU
Here, once the bell rings, students rush to their next class. Walking down the hallway has become such a routine activity. Right?
CHEONGSAM
FOOD IN MALAYSIA
Baju Kurung
Baju Melayu
Saree
Dhoti Kurta
MOst of the Chinese game are inherited from China and are played until now!
A total opposite of cultures, no?
Mahjong!
Chinese Chess
Teh Tarik (Tea w/ condensed milk)
Savoring prawn mee (shrimp noodles) is definitely a must in Perak! The flavorful prawn broth, served with noodles is bound to please.
PRAWN MEE
Laksa Penang
Usually found in the east coast of Malaysia, this unusually colored rice is served with a wide range of salads, chips and even chicken. Mix it and dine!
Originating from the Chinese, this delicacy is often served with tea. And, it remains as a popular breakfast choice for all.
Prepared in bamboos, this rice dish is served with rendang (shredded meat layered by a very special spicy sauce)
DIM SUM
Lemang
Otak-otak
NASI KERABU
Traditionally served fresh, otak-otak is fish paste, wrapped inside a banana leaf and steamed (or grilled) for added aroma.

If you're ever in Muar, Johor, this dish is the perfect souvenir to savour!
Thosai
A common breakfast dish and street food, it's a fermented crepe (or pancake) made from rice batter and black lentils.

Personally, I like it because it's so fluffy to chew! :)
Laksa Sarawak
This laksa has a rich, savory chicken broth garnished by shrimps, oysters and noodles made out of tapioca.
KOLOK MEE
Ketupat & Rendang
Lion dance
Enriched with its mackerel broth, the tangy soup gives the penang laksa its distinctive flavor.
The best part of embracing one culture is that we have a lot of National Holidays. You know what that means. School's out!
Religions in Malaysia
Buddhist
Christianity
Hinduism
"...every person has the right to profess and practice his own religion." - Article 11, Malaysian Constitution
Commonly practiced by a majority of the Indian population, Hindus believe in the idea of life after death (reincarnation).
Islam
The official religion of Malaysia, Muslims abide to the word of God. By practicing the five pillars of Islam, the Muslims' goal in life is to be blessed with the promise of heaven.
Followers of Christ are definitely welcomed in Malaysia. Celebrations such as Christmas and Easter are celebrated in Malaysia.
Mount. Kinabalu
Danum Valley
National Park
Believers of the Buddha (aka Buddhist) holds onto the belief of good karma and enlightenment. Their goal in life is simple; to be one with God, and end your suffering by being reincarnated.
FAITHS IN MALAYSIA
Cultural Village
A' Famosa
Sepang Circuit
KL Tower
Petronas Twin Tower (KLCC)
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Genting Highlands Resort
Taiping Lake Gardens
National Park
Redang Island
Cherating
The End!
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YES MALAYSIA 2013
Stadhuys
Tioman Island
Jonker Street
Legoland
Places
of
Interests!
Traditional Clothing
Games
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