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The place I have chosen to describe is Malaysia . The capital city of the dazzling Malaysia is Kuala Lampur and, the lovely Penang is an island in Malaysia. I go to Malaysia when it's the school 6 weeks holiday. I travelled from Heathrow Airport to Kuala Lampur. My flight was 14 hours long. It was very tough and boring sitting at one place for 14 hours. Finally I get there, It was a elegant airport. It was a great start to my dream holiday. The weather was sizzling hot at 40 degrees. We went through Immigration in no time. My dad's Business partner Chris was waiting for us at the Arrivals gallery. My dad has known Chris, His Business partner, for 15 years. We went to a restaurant for lunch. The food was different but rich in taste. From the restaurant we travelled another 4 hours to the appealing Penang. ...read more.


The butterflies were colourful as the rainbow. Later, we went to a Exotic fruit farm in Penang. There was so much variety of different fresh fruits. I tried a fresh coconut smoothie. As smooth as whipped cream. Then I tried a sugar cane juice. It was as sweet as sugar. In the exotic fruit farm I could see lots of people came and see the one and only appealing fruit farm. Many people were queuing for the coconut smootie and the sugar cane; they were the most popular juices in this fruit farm. The fruit farm has the world's all fruits. This place also has a water park called desa water park. The taste of the water was chlorine. The smell of the water park was water. You could also hear the children screaming in the desa water park. I could see the water rushing down as fast as a waterfall. ...read more.


The silk material was dropping down from the ceiling. An amazing feature was the rotating restaurant I went to for dinner. The restaurant was rotating very slowly anticlockwise. It was blue from the outside. As blue as the dark sky. The food in the rotating restaurant was delicious. "mmm" I always wish i had that food again. It was crunchy like a bag of crisps in your mouth and smooth as melted chocolate. Lots of families were in the luxiourious rotating restaurant. It's one of the most popular buildings in Malaysia. In the restaurant i told my uncle Chris "Thank you very much for hospitality." Your most welcome." He replied. Next day I went to see another key attractions in Malaysia The Twin Towers. The tallest building in Malaysia. After the wonderful holiday we went on a ferry to come to Malaysia airport. The ferry was white and tremendous. I got to travel on the blue sea. We viewed the whole city of Kuala Lampur. I had a really great holiday. You should come and see Malaysia once in your lifetime. The most beautiful country. Words = 1,000 ...read more.

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