M’sian Man Drives 12,000km From Malaysia To Tibet With His Proton Wira

A true adventurer.
A man from Malaysia, Fauwaz Zamzam, drove his Proton Wira car for 11 days and traveled 12,000 kilometers to reach Tibet.

People online are really impressed and think he’s a true hero for his bravery and determination.

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Photo from Facebook Fauwaz Zamzam

A Malaysian adventurer

According to Sinchew Daily, Fauwaz wasn’t alone; he was part of a bigger trip called the “Malaysia-Mecca Friendship Journey”.

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In his group, there were 20 people, including 13 men and 7 women, driving 10 vehicles, like motorcycles and cars, among them the Proton Wira and a Modenas Kriss 110 motorcycle.

They started from Malaysia on March 23 and got to Tibet by April 2.

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Tibet is just one of the milestones

Their adventure isn’t stopping in Tibet.

They plan to go through 11 countries in total, including Thailand, Laos, China, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, and Kuwait, aiming to finish in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, by April 27.

By the end, they’ll have traveled over 15,000 kilometers. It’s a big trip that shows how much they can do when they stick to it.


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