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  • BASE CAMPFriday: After posting the first blog entry at 2am on Friday morning, we went back to sleep eventually and woke up at midday, having totally missed breakfast, and half of Friday. Oops. Got ourselves up and out into the heat of Posted by Bakerfam in Baker travels 2014 | Sep 13, 2014
  • EXIT STRATEGY13 hours on a plane (with no stop) is a big enough ask for any adult, let alone a 3 1/2 year old, so it is fair to say that we were prepared for a potential meltdown or two en-route Posted by Bakerfam in Baker travels 2014 | Sep 10, 2014
  • Mount KinabaluI just came back from climbing the highest mountain in Malaysia, Mountain Kinabalu in Sabah. This was my second attempt to climb to the highest peak of the mountain and with lots of help from my mountain guide, Mr Suhaldin, Posted by puileng in My Adventures ... travel is my life ... | Jul 19, 2014
  • Northeast MalaysiaWith effectively five weeks between university semesters (due to some shrewd timetabling), I decided to exploit cheap AirAsia deals to travel to Indonesia in June and July. I vacationed in Bali in 1999 for Mum’s 40th birthday, yet I have Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo trip | Jul 19, 2014
  • Kaula Lumpur – an interludeWe were offered a free stopover in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia en route to Vietnam, and we've never been ones to say no to free! Many thanks to Olivia's cousin Kate for all the scoop on what to do in KL Posted by Bredwardz in Bredwardz on the Road | Jul 14, 2014
  • Desperately seeking wildlife in BorneoArriving in the early hours of the morning at Kota Kinabalu (KK), the capital of the Sabah state of Malaysian Borneo, we had arranged to stay at a backpacker hostel in walking distance from the terminal. It was indeed just Posted by TessAndRach in Asian Adventure | Jul 12, 2014
  • Perfect TimingI had never travelled sleeper class on a train outside India before. Generally I prefer to travel during the day anyway and look out the window but I have certainly had many overnight bus and train rides. I am very Posted by grasshopper in Singapore to London Overland | Jul 10, 2014
  • Through the Past to the Future It is beyond stating the obvious that Asia has developed at an astonishing rate over the last 30 years. However while I travelled up to Kuala Lumpur by train it was not at all obvious. There w Posted by grasshopper in Singapore to London Overland | Jul 10, 2014
  • From Singapore to Johor Bahru - The Hard WayIt is a curiosity that the Malaysian train system has a station in Singapore. Originally a majestic building in downtown Singapore, politics dictated that it be moved as close to Malaysia as possible. So now there is a station on Posted by grasshopper in Singapore to London Overland | Jul 10, 2014
  • Penang, MalasiaOn Sunday we arrived in Penang, Malaysia, in the town of Georgetown - a UNESCO world heritage site because of its preservation of colonial architecture. It has many colonial buildings as well as preserved Malay "shop houses" - shops Posted by Culinerrion in Bangkok to Dubai - 2014 | Apr 13, 2014
  • Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaPort Klang is the port for Kuala Lumpur and it is about an hour from the city. The area outside of the port has a deserted, somewhat desperate look, although we were quickly on a very modern freeway on Posted by Culinerrion in Bangkok to Dubai - 2014 | Apr 12, 2014
  • Straits Settlements[[|Photos of Malaysia]] My habitual procrastination in writing last year usually resulted in significant delays in visiting destinations and publishing their corresponding blog entries. However Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo trip | Jul 7, 2014
  • A little introspection over a plate of mud snailsWell, it's been 16 months since we set off for our big world travels. Every day we witness the life of different cultures, interact with locals, eat exotic foods, stumble through conversations in a different language, see strange and beautiful Posted by AbbyAndMike in Wandering Dreamers | Jun 16, 2014
  • A long night in a longhouse.[float=left][/float] ===Realistically, Kapit can only be only be reached by a cramped four hour boat ride Posted by stuartfinch in Somewhere Over The Urals. | Jun 20, 2014
  • Jungle is massive[float=left][/float] ===If the countries visited on this trip could be summarised by just one word (and believe m Posted by stuartfinch in Somewhere Over The Urals. | Jun 13, 2014
  • Stranded in MalaysiaWe woke up this morning and started yet another day off by making a delicious breakfast. What better way to start the day! We made garlic toast and we each had a fried egg on top. Yummy! Part of the Posted by JK_Adventures in Justin and Kaela's Adventure | Jun 10, 2014
  • Kota Kinabalu, MalaysiaI was sitting on the plane, fairly nervous about my next destination. A lot of people had scared me saying this part of Borneo was quite dangerous with pirates and thieves etc. Yikes! I had actually only decided to come Posted by amcara91 in Alice and Will - Around the World | Jun 7, 2014
  • LangkawiWe signed up for our first volunteer experience at a resort on the beautiful island of Langkawi, Malaysia. The island looks and feels very similar to Hawaii and mostly all Malaysians speak near perfect English. We planned to stay Posted by inbetweendreams in In Between Dreams | May 15, 2014
  • Tioman Island Malaysia Part 1 [center][/center] [img=http://photos.traveller Posted by 2xislandgirl in You are not in Kansas anymore..... | May 10, 2014
  • Bushwhacking Machetes in Borneo!Well it has been a bit of a whirlwind the last couple of months, but a magical one and it has taken me on many adventures. I am in awe as to how fast these last few months have Posted by jcatalano in Shanghai Adventure 2013/14 | May 10, 2014
  • Malaysia Ich erreichte Kuala Lumpur am frühen Morgen nach einer durchflogenen Nacht und bevor es mit dem Bus weiter ins Stadtzentrum ging, gönnte mir erstmal einen richtig guten starken Kaffee - es Posted by daria-unterwegs in Auf nach Asien | Apr 27, 2014
  • Malaysian hospitalityYou've got to love a city that calls itself KL. KL has a population of around 1.6 million and it's name literally means muddy estuary. KL is also the sixth most visited city in the world, we have become quite Posted by mulliganward in Mulligan-Ward Travellers | May 6, 2014
  • Kuala LumperWe left Marina Bay Sands in a bit of a flourish; this was due to the hotel claiming we had had something from the mini bar which we hadnt had. They kept assuring us that they had taken them off Posted by mulliganward in Mulligan-Ward Travellers | May 4, 2014
  • Kuala LumpurHaving set off in the middle of the night, the Superstar Virgo arrived in Kuala Lumpur home to the some of the tallest buildings in the world and hundreds of temples. Heather and I however decided to stay on board Posted by jefranklin in James & Heather Travelogues | Oct 14, 2004
  • We're S - H - O - P - P - I - N - GMonday morning we sailed in to Penang, Malaysia. This was the first day of excursions that we had booked, so we headed down (after breakfast) to the on board theatre to await the transfer to the docks (the Superstar Virgo Posted by jefranklin in James & Heather Travelogues | Oct 11, 2004
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