The Hagia Sofia, the Blue Mosque and the Basilica cistern are all within walking distance of one another. A quick metro ride into the Sultanahmet area and I was at the famed Blue Mosque. I draped myself in a kaftan they provided at the entrance and spent the rest of my time sitting inside on it's carpeted floors, gaping at the intricate tiling and art work, while trying to get spiritual.
Din Tai Fung Kuala Lumpur Metropolitan Area Subang Jaya Selangor Malaysia
At the opposite end of the Pavilion's Level 6 is a marvelous surprise - Din Tai Fung, famous for its Xiao Long Bao (soup dumplings). You lift the dumplings to your lips, delicately bite a small hole in the skin and suck out the flavorful broth. Then attack the filing itself, kept wonderfully moist from being steamed with the liquid.
Taman Alam Megah Shah Alam Selangor Malaysia
Kuala Selangor Nature Park, or Taman Alam is home to a multitude of flora and fauna, composed of nearly 200 hectares of coastal land of which a huge chunk is occupied by mangrove swamps. The park comprises of three distinct landscapes, which include inland secondary forests, muddy estuaries and mudflats, and a brackish lake that sustains many a wetland animal.So what are you still waiting for? Book a tour, get your camera, a tripod and be one of the first few Indians to witness mother nature's masterpiece, before it's flooded with tourists.