For an upcoming project, my target destination is *drum rrrrrooooolllllllll*
Somewhere close to home, well when you stay in Johor, everywhere in Malaysia is close to home – so more of a roadtrip I must say. I must highlight one thing – everything about it reminds me of Macau. Well afterall they were once under the Portugese control (1511) and Dutch (1641) and British (1824) and Japanese (1942) and finally Malaya (1948). The many structures or icons of the buildings bring much interest to me, it triggered the curiosity to discover the source of stories behind each and every one of them – which will in return pull me back here for upcoming projects
Nah, but this time is site recce-ing for an upcoming tour down to Malacca with a couple of buses from Singapore, bringing them back to one of the historic states of Malaysia. A tour guide must have her own stories and not depend on guidebooks alone no?
Here’s just a sneak peek – to Malacca we go-oh-oh-oh-ohhhh.
Apparently kampungs still exist in Malacca- right smack in the middle of Malacca City! Amazing. Super thrilled to bring travellers here, they’ll be amazed I’m sure. Besides how often do we see kampungs in Singapore right? A little history might just do the trick.
Have a good weekend!