Thursday, 24 July 2014

Written by Riana Kumarajothy, Class of 2015, Junior 1 Venter

Dear Kate,

Thank you for writing to me and staying in touch with me since the move. Glad to hear that you and your family are doing well. We are all doing great here. Summer break has finally arrived after months of monotonous school days and the dreaded early morning wake ups, am I right? I will be on a ten day break during the time you come visit so I have loads in store for your fun filled summer!


As you asked about in your previous letter, Kuala Lumpur itself has plenty of details I can drone on and on about. The weather is something you can look forward to as you said the temperature back in England has been fluctuating. Well, get ready for the warm and humid yet pleasant weather as we head off on our brief journey!



Firstly, we should certainly take a trip to Port Dickson, home of the most attractive beaches of the state, Negeri Sembilan. Not too far away from the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur, the crystal-blue ocean waters and soft, golden sand are definitely things to anticipate. We should undoubtedly capture the picturesque scenery of the sunset at Port Dickson before heading off to our next destination after a few days of relaxation by the seaside.





Next, we should visit the historical state known as Malacca. Knowing you for about 10 years now, I have learnt that your favourite subject is History. A must to explore is the A’Famosa Fort. This is where we can learn and gain knowledge about the colonisation of Melaka by the Portuguese through the remains of this event. I am sure you will enjoy it!




From the historical spot, we should definitely take a stroll down Jonker Walk whilst waiting for the Night Market to begin along the Jln Hang Jebat, in Chinatown, where you can spend a little bit of money on a wide array of delicacies and handicrafts. Did I mention that it might get quite crowded? Not to worry, the delicious treats and pretty souvenirs will make up for that.

Before you head back to England, I have to take you to our twin skyscrapers at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the Petronas Twin Towers. It really is mind-boggling to think about how they came about building such structures! As we will already be in the city centre, we can also visit the historical site known as ‘Tugu Negara’. This National Monument commemorates the many soldiers who lost their lives in Malaysia’s arduous journey to freedom.

I really hope you are looking forward to your trip to Malaysia even more now that I have given you a brief overview of what is in store for you! Please let me know if you require any other details before you make your way here. I can’t wait to spend time exploring different places with you!



Lots of love, 
Riana. 

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