Malaysia is home to one of the most ethnically diverse populations in all of Asia.
Its distinct population includes significant groups claiming Malay, Chinese and Indian ancestry.
The story of Malaysia is a harmonious country that is a leading example of tolerance and cooperation when it comes to religion & other social factors.
I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to visit several key destinations that included the capital city and two UNESCO heritage sites.
The following is a photo essay of the distinct faces of Malaysia from Penang, George Town, Melacca, Melaka, Kuala Lumpur & the Batu Caves:
About the Author: Samuel Jeffery is the wizard behind the curtain pulling the strings of NomadicSamuel.com, a travel blog that is miles away from ordinary…dripping with sarcasm. As a long term vagabond (6 consecutive years on the road) Samuel is sharing his photos, videos & quirky travel stories, along with photography tips, interviews, ESL tips, reviews and general travel advice as a way to vicariously experiences what it is like to backpack or to plan your own journey of a lifetime.
Last Updated on March 4, 2020 by Dave