At 5 o'clock in the morning on September 1st, I left our hotel for the Kuala Lumpur International Airport(KLIA), giving up a delicious breakfast in the hotel, which was included in the hotel charges. The taxi driver was good and spoke to us in a friendly way. His knowledge of Japan was great. While chatting with him, I had several surprises about the Malaysian way of thinking. Let me raise an example. He said, "When Japanese people take their shoes off, they surely place them properly. Its tidiness is great." The manner was too common to me, and his opinion was new to me.
He continued, he sometimes guided a few people all day. When his passengers were in a certain facility in which it was required to take off their shoes, such as Buddhist temples, and he didn't see if they were still in or already out of the facility, he would check their shoes if they were Japanese. If he found shoes of the number of people arranged, he was able to decide that they were still in the facility. I got it, and I'll arrange my shoes politely at least overseas.
The pictures were shot at KLIA. I found a signboard written in Japanese! We are going to visit Borneo!