Hi there…. I am Yin Teing from Malaysia. I am a blogger and a caregiver. I have started creating my first site since 2002 while I was holding a full time job. In 2017, my resigned from a successful corporate job to be a caregiver and continue blogging.
Direction of this blog:
Initially, I have started this blog from the perspective of a traveller who is visiting Malaysia. If you are planning to travel to Malaysia, I would like to extend my warmest welcome to our multiracial country. I sincerely hope you will find your stay memorable and enjoyable.
Usually when I write my posts, I write with the assumption that the reader is not familar with the places that I mentioned about. Sometimes, as a visitor, you read about a particular popular place from Lonely Planet or from online travel companies.
Here in this blog, I try to include some additional elements that you may not find- sometimes on my personal experience and the place’s significance. A place may contain hidden history that you would otherwise just walk past if you don’t know any better. For example, Buddhist Maha Vihara hold some special significance to me which I shared in the post.
However over time, the posts have evolved to become more of a place for Malaysians to search for craft stores, vegetarian restaurants and to buy certain items. Hence a lot of the posts are now written about places that has inspired me and that may be beneficial to my readers. Now, the demographic of my readers have changed to more of Malaysian who found my blog through searching for various information and places in Malaysia.
Most photographs are taken by me. I do not use any expensive equipment… just a simple mobile phone that I have with me. I also need to compress all the images so that my page would not take ages to load. I hope the reader forgives me for anyshortcoming in my lack of photography skills.
Previously, I’ve featured a number of posts about Malaysia travel in my Life Blog. But over time, I wanted to consolidate all the articles about Malaysia in a single blog…. hence in October 2009, I created this blog. You can view the full list of all my blogs here.
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