Good morning Malaysia! We meet again. It was a fun-filled day yesterday. I know will be happier now. Everybody’s getting ready to have a sneak peak of the whole Kuala Lumpur from it’s highest peak. 9am we jump off from the hotel whith a lot of concerns regarding luggages and check outs. Later in the day we will be in the Lion City.
With our uniform shirts on, we immediately get inside the Petronas Towers. I belong to the first batch. Oh wow! The holograaaaaaam! Nobody cares, I feel so ignorant that time. It’s my first time! Never seen like that in the Philippines. As we take the tour, seemingly I realized Malaysia is definitely had a long way of planning to keep that type of industrialized develepment and Philippines is way too far. The experience was the greatest in Malaysia.
Before we officially started our day’s itinerary, we meet our new tourist guide in Salen. She’s good, I mean she’s better. I honestly learned a lot from her. Then, here we go! We are going to Chocolate hills, I mean to the Malaysia’s very own Chocolate Factory Beryl’s. Beryl’s along the way going to Johor Bahro so before finally reach Singapore we’ll first taste Beryl’s.
I was really childlike when we entered the factory. It smelled like chocolates everywhere. Chocolate scents are getting into my nose to the esophagus, to my stomach and down to my capillaries. I was amazed again of Beryl’s chocolate knowledge. During the orientation, the tour, hearing chocolate histories, I wanna go back there. E best thing in Beryl? Low price chocolates. Pasalubong for the whole family and friends. (honestly, I spent all my ringgit their and and I am left with RM 10 enough for lunch.
We are finally heading to Singapore 6 hours ride, as much as I wanted to look for sceneries, I decided to sleep to reenergize myself for later’s activity.