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Monday May 24, 2010
Bird Park and Twin Towers on Martha’s tweet list

KUALA LUMPUR: Famous American lifestyle guru Martha Stewart heaped praises on the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Bird Park on the fifth day of her visit to Malaysia.

Stewart tweeted about the two city attractions on Saturday.
On the twin towers, she posted two snap shots that peered through the skylight on the skybridge that connected the two towers.

She wrote, “Peering through the skylight on the bridge that connects the 41st and 42nd floor of the majestic Petronas Towers. Stand just in the right place and you can see the peak of both buildings at once.”

Having an ‘avian’ time: A picture of Stewart with her niece Sophie (right) and a friend at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park that was found on her Twitter site.
The television host also posed for a photograph with her niece Sophie and a friend at the bird park.

“Birds of all sorts,” she wrote before tweeting that “Sophie thinks she likes owls!”

Stewart, who is here on the invitation of Tourism Malaysia, was also excited about her trip to Borneo, describing it as the “the home of orang utans, tarsiers, slow lorises, elephants, 622 species of birds, wild boars, proboscis monkeys and more.”

Stewart has close to two million fans who follow her on Twitter.
This is Stewart’s first visit to Malaysia. She is scheduled to be here until Wednesday.

I know it's history. But I must comment on this ridiculous treatment Malaysians giving to some fair skinned, blue eyed people.

This is on the visit of the home-improvement and know-all Martha Stewart to Malaysia last month.

"This is Stewart first visit to Malaysia"....shows that if she were to be interested in visiting, she had done it long time ago. This visit is all-paid expense courtesy of the tax-payers money, and to add on to the gimmick, the Tourism Minister herself was so excited (well, i guess she's die-hard fan of hers) interviewed the know-all Martha for one local magazine.

Just look at how glorious the Malaysian and I'd dare to say, Asian, in treating mat sallehs!

And they (the tourism ministry) of course won't reveal how many years for them to have the lady to free her time to fill in the invite.

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