Currently Burj Khalifa tops the list of top 10 tallest building in the world and it’s followed by Taipei 101 of Taiwan. For the past two years of traveling, I have only seen two or let me say three of these buildings. One is the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, UAE two months ago and in 2008 were The Petronas Towers from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with a towering height of 1.483 feet each. Read More
It was June 3, 2008 (I know, I’ve been very very busy to post this trip) when I arrived at the Malaysian International Airport in Kuala Lumpur. If I am correct this is the extension of the airport where Air Asia lands. The airport was not that impressive but the good thing was they offer free wifi, (at least they are better than the Terminal 2 in Dubai). I took advantage of it since I lost the print out of an address that I would like to visit but luckily I still have that information in my email. So logged in to my iPhone email and voila, got the address…
June 13, 2008 – My flight from DMIA (Diosdado Macapagal International Airport) to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is at 11:45 AM via Air Asia. The flight is about 2 hours and 45 minutes unless otherwise.
It is very convinient for me to leave the country from DMIA instead of going to NAIA (Ninoy Aquino International Airport) in Manila. Less travel hours, less traffic and less expenses. I hope that DMIA will cater more destinations so a lot of people will benefit from it.