Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Why Tourists Should Now Flock To Sunny Malaysia

Tourists looking for a cheap and safe holiday with sun, sea and surf thrown in and great food and fun too, can't do better than to flock to sunny Bolehland.

Things are cheaper with the falling exchange rate of the Ringgit.

You get better value for your money.

Malaysia is also a very safe place to be.

Ask the authorities. They are in a better position to know.

With a possible 250,000 criminals running free according to a minister, we can only assure tourists of only a shooting a day and that too, is only a perception of the recalcitrant rakyat who persist in seeing things that don't exist.

In reality - the authorities', not Malaysians' - crimes just don't happen here!

WYSINWYG - that's "what you see is not what you get" just in case you miss the sign post.

Of course, the sun, sea and surf are real.

And the great food too.

And yes the people, just in case I forgot.

Not too sure about the politikus (political rats) running the country, though.

Here is what a foreign newspaper says about the crime scene here in sunny Bolehland

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