Malaysia Culture

Culture   Food Malaysia has a lot of great food and it is really tasty. One of the main ways to eat over there is the local food stalls even though they look dirty they serve great food. Malaysian food is based around spice and is similar to Indian food but also different in many ways. As you know Malaysia’s population is divided into three the Indians, Malays and the Chinese so that influences the food and that is why Malaysian food is very diverse. One of the breakfast favourites in Malaysia is Congee; it is almost like porridge or … Continue reading Malaysia Culture


The other day as part of my R.E lesson I wrote about the Hindu god Hanuman also known as the monkey god. I really enjoyed writing this so I hope you enjoy reading it Hanuman   Hanuman is a Hindu god and is known as the Monkey God. Many Hindus believe in this god. Hanuman is a devotee of Sri Rama. Hanuman is mentioned in many Hindu books including the Chiranjivi and the Mahabharata. Hanuman was part of Rama’s war against the evil demon king Ravana. Several texts later he is also noted as a reincarnation of Shiva. Hanuman is meant to … Continue reading Hanuman

Different Races

Today I wrote about the main races in Malaysia and there are three main ones The Malays the indians and The Chinese I hope you enjoy this next paragraph. In Malaysia there are three main races of people. They are the Indians the Chinese and the Malays. They also can’t stand each other that I don’t understand. The Chinese wear very revealing clothes and that annoys the Malays and Indians because in India and Malaysia the women have to cover up. The Chinese complain that they are always being stared and that is because of what they are wearing. The … Continue reading Different Races

Batu Caves

Today we went to the Batu Caves and I found it amazing so I thought why don’t I share it with you I hope you enjoy! Batu Caves is one of the most iconic places in the whole of Malaysia. May people visit the caves each year. The main cave of Batu is the most tourist full and highest cave of them all. There are over 272 steps in total now that’s a lot of steps. All over the caves there are monkeys and different species of them. There is a statue heading upwards which is 47 metres tall and … Continue reading Batu Caves

Twin Towers

\Today I went to the twin towers and it was amazing. We had to go into the capital city and it was chaos it was also my first huge city that I have been to so it was also kind of cool but still very buisy. We started in a mall and had some breakfast because we were very hungry; I had two doughnuts and my mum and iysha went to a restaurant called Francos because they didn’t have a doughnut and had some french toast. I didn’t feel well and  I was sick for the first time in my … Continue reading Twin Towers


Today we have arrived in Malaysia and it is amazing! We have just chilled out and tomorrow we are thinking of doing something and I am going to tell you about the things we are thinking. We are also staying in a family house with a few other people and it is really nice because we all have a lot of fun together. We may not do this tomorrow but we might do it another day; we might go tomorrow but we can do a hike for four hours which is more flat that steep and you have to cross … Continue reading Ideas

My opinion on Bali

Today I thought why don’t I share my thoughts on Bali and what I think about it. As seen as I have been here three weeks now. Lets start of with what I like about Bali. I like the food in Bali it is  very flavourful and will never let you down. My favourite meal I have had here is Gado-Gado when we went to the ceremony. I also like how jungly it is and how many different animals there are. Our current venue is in the forest and is really nice. I think that it makes a room feel … Continue reading My opinion on Bali

Food & Language

Today I wrote about Balinese food and Languages; I hope you enjoy it! Food The Balinese eat a lot of different types of food and in my opinion all taste really good. You may think in Bali it is just like Indian food but it is not they have their own style of cooking. Many tourists come to Bali to try the food. The Balinese grow rice all over their country and that is why rice is served with nearly every dish. One of the traditional Balinese dishes is Gado Gado and is vegetables and sprouts with a peanut sauce and … Continue reading Food & Language


A few days ago I wrote about what trees do for us and how they grow there are many things that they do for us and they are very important to find out more read this blog post; I hope you enjoy it! Trees   How do Trees Grow? Trees grow in two ways. Special cells at the tips of twigs divide, making the twigs grow. Also, a layer of cells underneath the bark, the cambium, divides, widening the trunk and branches. The new cells that the cambium makes form a visible ring inside the trunk and branches. Trees need … Continue reading Trees


Today I wrote about the amazing sight in Jordan in the middle east; I hope you enjoy it. Petra   Petra is a historical and archeological sight in southern Jordan. The name Petra also means rose city because the color of the rocks all through the carved city is a rosy pink color. The city is known for its great architecture and water conduit system. In 312 Petra was built as the capital of the Arab Nabataens. It is a symbol of Jordan; it is also Jordan’s most visited tourist site. The Arab Nabataens where nomadic and they took advantage … Continue reading Petra