The Five Characteristics to Bring When Going Abroad

Traveling overseas is one of the dreams of the common people. For us it is one of the best ways to take a vacation, and have a rest from our daily routines in life like working in a four-sided office or having a business. But for some, this is not an easy task. The fears overcome the excitement, and many people overthink which results to a lot of worries. So here are some things you need to bring in order to make a memorable experience and to make the most out of your upcoming trip abroad.

1. Courage
– This is the first one you will ever need. Have courage to do everything. You cannot go on if you can’t conquer your fears, whether it’s just about getting lost in a foreign country or not being able to speak their native language. If you really aspire to do the things you have been dreaming for a long time, then you should throw away your what-ifs and negative thoughts. Keep in mind that everything will be alright as long as you have that fire burning on you. Stay positive.

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Traveling is a rewarding activity.
Photo: Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Singapore

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Kasturi Walk, Malaysia

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The Kasturi Walk is an open-air flea market that stands just at the side of the Central Market. Its entrance is noticeable for having a giant wau bulan, or also known as the Malay kite. Here, people can find foods, cheap goods to buy, and also souvenirs to those who want to take home some.

Kasturi Walk, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Wat Suthat, Thailand

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This temple is famous for the giant swing near the entrance. Built on the reign of Rama I and finished on the reign of Rama III, this is one of the oldest and most impressive temples in Bangkok. It is located in the old city, near the other attractions like Wat Pho and the Grand Palace.

Wat Suthat, Bangkok, Thailand
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Putra Mosque, Malaysia

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Facing the man-made lake, Masjid Putra, or commonly known as Putra Mosque, is a famous landmark in Putrajaya. It is known for its pink dome, and is one of the most modern mosques in the world. It was constructed in 1997, completed in two years, and can accommodate 15,000 worshippers at a time.

Putra Mosque, Putrajaya, Malaysia
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