Malaysia captured my heart from first visit. Through the airplane window, this country looks like a jewel encrusted necklace at nights.Malaysia is famous for Petronas Twin Tower, batik textile art, wildlife, islands, hills, palm oil, and durians.
This is a country where plentiful cultures and traditions meet and blend. Malaysia is a truly Asia.What I love about Malaysia is about how they respect all cultures and traditions. It is one of the most popular tourist destination in Asia because of its multiculturalism.
There are hundreds of picturesque islands as well as highlands in Malaysia. One can do an endless number of activities here. You can chill out on the beach or surf on the sea. And if you don’t like beaches, go for hiking or indulge yourself to relaxing spa therapies or you can just wander the streets, shop till you drop and enjoy mouth-watering delicacies.
When I moved from Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur, I rushed unpreparedly. It was challenging at first. But Malaysia has some charm itself that helps people to cope up quickly.
With the rising trend of globalization and the constant demand of better life, people move to a foreign land. Moving into a country means living in a new atmosphere with some new people in a totally different lifestyle. It takes time to find your feet in a new culture. There are some psychosomatic pressure consists in first couple of months as we come leaving behind our country, family and friends.
The capital of the country, Kuala Lumpur looks as wonderful at day as it is at nights. The glittering KL sleeps less like me or perhaps never sleeps. The dark time becomes magical with blinking lights from the buildings and landmarks. An airplane is flying slowly over the clouds. Is it aeroplane or star? Can star move? Nope, stars are rare in cloudy sky of KL. The country looks like a sparkling necklace at night from the plane. Once in a while, fireworks brighten the surroundings and breaks the silence of the nights behind the distant hills. I enjoy every single bit of Malaysia, from nasi lemak to belachan and from Bahasa to baju kurung.
I came in this foreign land for better career and better life. My ambition to become a global citizen gives me apprehension. I want to live in this country till my death. Those who live abroad say that their lives is very challenging, though they enjoy it and they don’t wish to resettle their own country ever. When someone come abroad resigning one’s job, selling one’s belongings and properties, leaving all relatives and friends, it’s not easy to go back to his/her past life. It’s a matter of shame followed by dejection, a matter of worthlessness.
When someone migrate or move in a country, they come with lots of hope in their eyes and lots of love for that country in their hearts. I don’t know when I develop lots of admiration for this country! I didn’t know that instead of a person, a place can be my adoration, apple of my eyes! An outstanding fascination flourishes in my hearts for this country, which I can’t ignore.
I wake up from sleep early today. The sky looks awesome during the break of dawn and the finishing of night. Few vehicles are passing on the street. One bike enters in the adjacent filling station. Thunder lights peeps from various parts of the sky. This country instigates any person to become creative and artistic by its magnificent views.
The other thing, I discover that this country doesn’t give anyone more time to feel gloomy. Life of this cosmopolitan doesn’t have time to think about cheap and stupid sentiment. The picturesque scenery of KL has strong impact of the lives of its citizens that they cannot cry over anything long. One can be unmindful here for few seconds, but positive wind from the mountains blow them right away. Emotions become fade by the hustling and bustling of this city. What a strange country I choose to settle down!
Malaysia motivates me to leave bitterness and pessimism behind and helps me a better way to solve my life’s hitches. Saya cinta Malaysia. Please Malaysia, don’t ever let me go…….