Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak arrived earlier today at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2 to attend this year’s first ASEAN Summit in the Philippines.
He was welcomed by Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza and Malaysian Ambassador to the Philippines Datuk Raszlan Abdul Rashid. PM Najib Razak is the sixth in line of Malaysia’s, his father being the second. One of his priorities as political leader focuses on economic progress, which is a good thing to improve not only the Malaysian nation but more importantly, of the whole ASEAN region.
Apart from the famous Petronas Twin Towers, Malaysia is also known for its amazing highways that sum up to 40 934 miles (65 877 km)—making it longer than the Earth circumference of 24 901 miles (40 075 km)—, a proof of its excellence in infrastructure.
Its capital is Kuala Lumpur, but the seat of the government lies in Putrajaya. It is also at ninth spot of the world’s most visited country according to World Tourism Organization (WTO).