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1. 1 Utama Shopping center - located at Bandar Utama, which the locals called 1U. It is one of the best shopping malls in Malaysia where one can see the best finds. There are so much to see here like wardrobes, furniture, home wares and a lot more. There are also places around the mall where one can enjoy various activities like bowling and fitness centers. One can also find the best variety of delicious foods in 1U shopping center.

2. The Mid Valley Mega mall - located in Kuala Lumpur that is a mega complex with office buildings and hotels. There are lots to find here with such as local and international goods. One will always find the things he need and even the interesting things he never would expect to find.

3. Suria KLCC - located Kuala Lumpur, at the foot of the very famous Petronas twin towers. One may not only get to find the latest and most interesting finds, but also to see one of the most beautiful and tallest buildings. There is also a park outside the Suria KLCC where is an ideal place to rest after a whole day of shopping.

4. Sunway Pyramid - located in Bandar Sunway. This shopping center is famous for its unique Egyptian theme. You probably know this as the place in Malaysia with a big replica of a lion's head at its main entrance. Other feature that makes this shopping center is famous for is because it has an ice skating rink inside, and is the first in Malaysia having a skating area within a shopping mall.

5. Star Hill Gallery - located in Kuala Lumpur, has items that are made by both local and international designers. There are also dining stores where one can rest and eat after a tiring but exciting shopping spree.

6. China Town - located in Kuala Lumpur, along the Petaling Street and is a lively marketplace where one can find lots of Chinese goods and products. There are lots of things being sold here such as medicines, herbs, electronic products, home wares and other interesting stuffs. The street is quiet very crowded from late afternoons until the late evenings.

7. Low Yat Plaza - found in Kuala Lumpur, and a very well known place to find IT products and materials. Everything that involves IT stuffs is found here. From computer parts to graphic cards with all the latest and premium brands, Low Yat Plaza is where you can find all of them.

8. Mid Valley Mega Mall - located in Kuala Lumpur and is one of the biggest shopping malls in Asia. A very wide variety of shopping stalls and outlets are found here including bookstores, dining stores, and entertainment sections. The mall also is very artistically designed with modern quality that is so much adored by shoppers.

9. Berjaya Time Square - located in Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur, one of the latest shopping malls in Malaysia. The building id quiet very spacious with its large area that is almost like a tower-mall.

10. Sungai Wang Plaza - also located in Bukit Bintang Kuala Lumpur. A vast variety of stores are found here with several dining shops and caf├ęs within the mall.

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The 1Malaysia is not a new concept or formula from our Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib. Rather, the ultimate goal of 1Malaysia, which is national unity, has been the main vision of our country’s leaders before, and has been interpreted in various shapes and forms over the span of five decades of Independence. If we truly study it, what has changed is the approach and implementation according to the ever-changing times and generations.

In other words, 1Malaysia is a concept to foster unity amongst the multi-ethnic rakyat of Malaysia, substantiated by key values that every Malaysian should observe. The approach is not independent of the Government’s policies thus far , instead it complements them to further reinforce our solidarity in order to guarantee stability towards achieving higher growth and development for Malaysia and other people. This means that 1Malaysia is a formula conceptualised as a precondition in ensuring the aspirations of the country to secure a developed status by 2020 are met, if it is inculcated in the minds of the Rakyat and practiced by the entire community. If the idea of "Bangsa Malaysia" which was engendered through Vision 2020 becomes the final destination, then 1Malaysia is the roadmap that guides us towards that destination.

This definition is built upon the argument that in order achieve the status of a developed nation in the predetermined time frame, the key requisite is a strong and stable country, which can only be achieved when its people stand united. The 1Malaysia national philosophy can be extended to the concept of 1Region and ultimately 1World. This would be the next logical extension of the philosophy based on mutual trust and respect between all communities. This was the right formula not only for national harmony but also for enhancing regional and global peace.

On the other hand 1Malaysia values and respects the ethnic identities of each community in Malaysia, and proudly regards them as an asset or advantage....

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Taj Mahal is regarded as one of the eight wonders of the world, and some Western historians have noted that its architectural beauty has never been surpassed. The Taj is the most beautiful monument built by the Mughals, the Muslim rulers of India. Taj Mahal is built entirely of white marble. Its stunning architectural beauty is beyond adequate description, particularly at dawn and sunset. The Taj seems to glow in the light of the full moon. On a foggy morning, the visitors experience the Taj as if suspended when viewed from across the Jamuna river.

Taj Mahal was built by a Muslim, Emperor Shah Jahan (died 1666 C.E.) in the memory of his dear wife and queen Mumtaz Mahal at Agra, India. It is an "elegy in marble" or some say an expression of a "dream." Taj Mahal (meaning Crown Palace) is a Mausoleum that houses the grave of queen Mumtaz Mahal at the lower chamber. The grave of Shah Jahan was added to it later. The queen’s real name was Arjumand Banu. In the tradition of the Mughals, important ladies of the royal family were given another name at their marriage or at some other significant event in their lives, and that new name was commonly used by the public. Shah Jahan's real name was Shahab-ud-din, and he was known as Prince Khurram before ascending to the throne in 1628.

Taj Mahal was constructed over a period of twenty-two years, employing twenty thousand workers. It was completed in 1648 C.E. at a cost of 32 Million Rupees. The construction documents show that its master architect was Ustad ‘Isa, the renowned Islamic architect of his time. The documents contain names of those employed and the inventory of construction materials and their origin. Expert craftsmen from Delhi, Qannauj, Lahore, and Multan were employed. In addition, many renowned Muslim craftsmen from Baghdad, Shiraz and Bukhara worked on many specialized tasks.

The Taj stands on a raised, square platform (186 x 186 feet) with its four corners truncated, forming an unequal octagon. The architectural design uses the interlocking arabesque concept, in which each element stands on its own and perfectly integrates with the main structure. It uses the principles of self-replicating geometry and a symmetry of architectural elements.

Its central dome is fifty-eight feet in diameter and rises to a height of 213 feet. It is flanked by four subsidiary domed chambers. The four graceful, slender minarets are 162.5 feet each. The entire mausoleum (inside as well as outside) is decorated with inlaid design of flowers and calligraphy using precious gems such as agate and jasper. The main archways, chiseled with passages from the Holy Qur’an and the bold scroll work of flowery pattern, give a captivating charm to its beauty. The central domed chamber and four adjoining chambers include many walls and panels of Islamic decoration.

The mausoleum is a part of a vast complex comprising of a main gateway, an elaborate garden, a mosque (to the left), a guest house (to the right), and several other palatial buildings. The Taj is at the farthest end of this complex, with the river Jamuna behind it. The large garden contains four reflecting pools dividing it at the center. Each of these four sections is further subdivided into four sections and then each into yet another four sections. Like the Taj, the garden elements serve like Arabesque, standing on their own and also constituting the whole.

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Dubbed ‘City of Entertainment’, Genting Highlands is a well-rounded, one-stop holiday destination situated some 2000 metres above sea level.

Founded in 1965, this multi-award-winning highland resort is highly accessible from the city centre; it is only about an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur.

Throughout the years, Genting Highlands with its cool mountain climate remains a firm favourite amongst both Malaysians and foreigners.

With a multitude of attractions which include theme parks, a casino, a shopping mall, a horse ranch, an 18-hole golf course and a world-class entertainment centre, this popular resort promises a good time for everyone regardless of whether you’re here with the whole family or with friends.

Also located within its grounds are a superb collection of hotels so that visitors never have to leave the area if they don’t want to!

This sprawling, multi-million-ringgit attraction consists of an indoor theme park, an outdoor theme park and a water park. Featuring over 40 fun, exhilarating – and sometimes hairy-raising – rides, the Genting Theme Park is one of Genting Highlands’ signature attractions.

Definitely not just for small kids, the Genting Theme Park also features some attractions which are so stomach-churningly challenging that pregnant women and those with heart problems are prohibited from going on them! One-day unlimited ride passes are also available for unlimited access to most of the rides in the theme park.

First World Plaza is perhaps the coolest shopping mall in Malaysia – quite literally!

Housing over 90 retail outlets, this shopping mall also contains a bowling arena, a cineplex, an indoor theme park, a man-made winter wonderland and a Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum.

This shopping-mall-with-a-difference also has plenty of dining options within it, from fast-food joints to gourmet restaurants, where patrons can fuel up after a long day trawling the shops and visiting all the featured attractions.

Covering a distance of 3.8 kilometres, Genting Skyway is South East Asia’s longest skyway and, at a maximum speed of 6 metres per second, is also the world’s fastest skyway. Running from the Genting Highlands station to the Gohtong Jaya station, taking a ride on the skyway provides plenty of opportunities to feast your eyes on some of the best views on the mountains and of the areas surrounding it.

Aside from having buses and car-parking facilities readily available, the skyway stations also provide added convenience in the form of luggage check-in services for hotel guests. Visitors can also opt to ride the skyway all the way up to the Genting Theme Park.

An impressive entertainment venue in a class of its own, Arena of Stars has played host to some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry over the years. Jim Brickman, Richard Clayderman, Kitaro and The Black-Eyed Peas are just some of the international acts who have graced its halls.

Boasting a colossal amphitheatre which is fully-equipped with state-of-the-art sound systems and stage lighting, the Arena of Stars can accommodate up to 6000 persons at one time, making it an ideal venue for international concerts and performances.

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