In 2008, I had the great fortune of landing in Singapore, where I started the journey of a lifetime. After regrouping in South East Asia’s most hustling and bustling hub, I decided to head north towards Kuala Lampur. En route however, I made the decision to stopover for 2 days in Malacca, the third smallest Malaysian state, located in the straits of Malacca – a paradise for pirates in days gone by. Here are my impressions on road as I discovered a city steeped well in history – a great stopover for any wanderer on walkabout.
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My trips to Singapore have taught me a very valuable lesson in travel: every time you visit somewhere, no matter where it is or how many times you’ve been there, your experience will never be duplicated. The difference can be minimal, perhaps a new culinary delight, a festival that you didn’t experience last time you visited, or a historical tidbit that changes your perception of the people who live there… or it can be quite obvious, as was the case during my second visit to South East Asia’s busiest hub for international trade and business.