Thursday, April 5, 2012


Did i mention rain?? That's something we don't wish for when dreaming of beach holidays. To avoid ruining a trip to any Malaysian beach, do not visit the east coast of Malaysia between November and March, which is the period of the monsoon season.

Yacine Collection

MY-94072, send by Dybb.
Malaysia's beaches are noticeably different from those in other parts of the world. They are often less differentiated from the shoreline than those of the Caribbean, for example, tending instead to be almost nestled up against the lush forests that this nation is famous for. The color palette is different as well golden sands and emerald waters imbue Malaysian beaches with an air of succulent sweetness that isn't found in the cool whites and blues of many western strands.
The result is that these beaches impart a very different sensation, a sense of languid peace and a distinct feeling that the division between land and sea is less a sharp line than a smooth continuum. - in:

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