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Feeling high in Dubai: Burj Khalifa Experience



I'll never forget that day, March 17, I packed my bags and fly from Malaysia to India, then Dubai.

I was overly excited and very happy. But I also had this paranoia and fear when I thought of those stories about being held at the immigration, though I have the visa and all the valid documents that I needed. 

My flight took about 12 hours plus 11 hour layover in Mumbai, India. I was too exhausted when I arrived in Dubai. Then, I met an indian girl who I had a small chat with while queuing for the immigration check. She was also a little worried but confident so I felt better. 

When it was my turn, the officer just asked my hotel address and after I answered, he stamped my passport in no time. It was shockingly smooth for me! I smirked a little and told myself...This is it!

Is it good bye Malaysia soon?

It's almost 2 years now since I left my country to work here in Malaysia. Four more months to be exact before my contract ends. I feel like counting the days now actually. And to be honest, I'm a little confused. Is it good bye Malaysia for me soon? Or should I stay one more year... years maybe? 

I know it's too early to sum up my almost 2 year stay here, but looking back, I could say this country gave me a lot of opportunities and memories even I feel overwhelmed every time I remember them all. 

Colmare Tropicale| Bukit Tinggi, Malaysia