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Top 10 restaurants in Turkey

The location of a country like Turkey can deeply affect the versatility when it comes to cooking style, flavour and presentation of food. Set right in the middle of Western Europe and Eastern Asia, separated by the Bosphorus strait, the country is connected historically with Greek, Persian, Roman and Ottaman empire influences. I found Turkish […]

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Architectural Marvels in Malaysia You Definitely Have to See

When we visit a new place, one of the first things we look at is the architecture. And why not? There is a reason why there are famous buildings in the world who have given the country the reputation for ingenuity. Just look at the Eiffel Tower, the Great Wall of China, or the Empire State Building; these are examples of structures that have become icons of architecture inventiveness around the world.

One of the countries that feature awesome architecture is Malaysia. They have mastered preserving the old architectural design and coupling it with the tall, modern buildings that they are becoming known for. If you are going to visit Malaysia, why not take a 4×4 and drive around the country to see these architectural marvels?

The Shore Sky Tower Melaka

Here we have listed down sites you can visit in your trip.

Petronas Twin Towers

Probably the most popular skyscraper in Malaysia, the Petronas Twin Towers can be found right at Kuala Lumpur’s city centre. It is considered to be the tallest towers in the world, at 1100 feet above ground. The design is meant to show Islamic geometric patterns, like the eight-pointed stars formed by interlocking squares.

Masjid Kristal (Crystal Mosque)

Masjid Kristal

Known as the Crystal Mosque, from the name itself, it is uniquely built with steel and glass. You can find Masjid Kristal on Wan Man Island at the Islamic Heritage Park in Kuala Terengganu. If you want to see something breathtaking, visit the site either at dusk or dawn to see how the sun reflects light on the mosque.

Petronas Twin Towers night

Langkawi Sky Bridge

If you find yourself in Langkawi, one of the first things you think of visiting are the beaches. Well, set aside a couple of hours to visit one of the most exciting structures in Malaysia. The Langkawi Sky Bridge crosses Mount Mat Cincang and through the rain forest. It is 2000 above sea level and is 400 feet long. You can even see Thailand from there.

Langkawi Sky Bridge

Batu Caves

You will never miss the Batu Caves because there is 140 feet statue of the Hindu god, Lord Murugan, sitting right in front of it. Climb 272 steps up the mountain and into the famous caves found just outside Kuala Lumpur. Inside, you can visit temples and marvel at how big the caves are. Watch your step, though, because the caves can be slippery.

Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur

Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque

The Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque is also known as the Floating Mosque because it stands on at the mouth of the Terengganu River. The architectural design fuses design from the Moors and a more modern motif. This was done in the hoped of showcasing how Terengganu state is developing, leading to a more modernised Malaysian community.

The Floating Mosque or Tengku Tengah Zaharah ,Kuala Terengganu,Malaysia

So when you find yourself driving around Malaysia, make sure to visit any of these destinations and marvel at Malay architectural ingenuity.

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A Must Visit Places For The Coffee Lovers Worldwide

As we all know very well, the coffee nowadays turned from a pleasure into an essential, a real need, especially early in the morning. It is believed that the coffin helps the people function better in a sense that it keeps the brain cells awake for a longer period of time, it keeps the organism to be more concentrate on the activities and it regulates the blood pressure. Not that it’s just tasty and delicious but it’s good for the health the doctors say.

However, not all coffees are equal. They differ in their taste, the degree of how strong they are, the intensity of the color, the way you prepare it and so on. The reason is the custom of the country they come from through the years. So we have a list of coffees worldwide recommended for all the coffee lovers. At the same time you will both enjoy your coffee and enjoy the trip to that particular country.

1.  Turkish coffee, Turkey

Its country of origin is Turkey, however quite a long time ago it became popular in all the Balkan countries so you can easily find it there as well. It is believed to be among the strongest coffees. Its flavor is unique and the fortunetellers use it to predict your future after you’ve enjoyed it. It is originally served with a Turkish delight.

turkish coffee

2. Egg coffee, Vietnam

This tiramisu-like coffee is more than a simple pleasure. Made with egg yolk, condensed milk, hot coffee and sugar it’s a unique experience when the coffees worldwide are in question. Feel free to skip the dessert because this coffee is not just tasty but it has a healthy dose of protein in it.

Giang Cafe Hanoi

3. Kaffeost, Finland

Ever heard about coffee made with a piece of cheese? Well, welcome to Finland and do not miss their traditional kaffeost which is made with a small piece of cheese called juustoleipa. You firstly add the piece of cheese into the mug, then fill it with hot dose of coffee and leave it for a minute or two. After finishing your coffee you are supposed to eat the piece of cheese. It’s something you definitely have to try.


Beetroot soup

4. Kafe del Olla, Mexico

It is traditionally served with cinnamon and piloncillo which is the rawest form of sugar cane. It is a clean coffee but it contains a lot of sugar.

Mexican Hot Chocolate

La Mano del Mono

5. Café des Epices, Morocco

Their coffee differs from all the other types of coffee in a way that it contains blend of spices like nutmeg, sesame seeds and a bit of black pepper. It is a powerful antioxidant as well. Some research have shown that the nutmeg works as an antidepressant so it has many uses, not just like a ‘’wake up’’ drink in the morning.
Moroccan tea, Moroccan coffee

Ethiopian Yirgachefe Clover-style coffee - close-up - Liar Liar AUD5

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