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Adah Sharma

When did you last visit Malaysia?
Just a few months ago

Was it for pleasure or work?
Work. I went to shoot a commercial. But I extended my stay there.

Have you ever shot in Malaysia? If yes, how was the experience of filming there? Yes I have. We mostly shot indoors. The crew was very efficient. Would you like to shoot there again? Yes, of course. Which were the best location/s according to you? Taman Negara National Park. It's in the middle of wildlife. Where all did you shop? When I extended my stay, we stayed at Kuala Lampur. Which were the places that you most loved and why? What was the star attraction in Malaysia? Taman Negara. It’s the worlds oldest rainforest, situated far away from civilization How did you spend majority of your time in Malaysia? I shopped of course. We also went to Thailand and visited the Tiger Temple. It's a place where you can pet tigers and live with them! What is the kind of food offered and what did you particularly enjoy? I am pure vegetarian. So, I lived on fruits. A variety of fruits are available in Malaysia. Green mangoes were delicious. How is Malaysia different from other Asian countries? One similarity with all Asian countries is that people are very polite and helpful. I found it very similar to India. What is your fondest memory of Malaysia? Bottle feeding the tiger cubs! When you visit Malaysia next what would you do differently? I really enjoyed myself. I would probably extend my stay a few days since I fell short of time the previous time. Define your Malaysia experience in one word? Extraordinary!

About Malaysia

Malaysia is a bubbling, bustling melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony.
Multiculturalism has not only made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise, it has also made Malaysia home to hundreds of colourful festivals.

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