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  • Day 123: Taman Negara!Today I finally made my way to Taman Negara - woohoo! :) First went to Jerantut by bus which took about 3.5 hours and then we went by boat for another 2.5 hours to Kuala Tahan. Rested a bit, had dinner Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 21, 2016
  • Day 122: Lazy Sunday...I thought I would be going to the national park Taman Negara today, but again there was a misunderstanding concerning my booking... maybe I am not meant to go there?! I didn't feel it was such a big deal though Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 20, 2016
  • Day 121: Jungle Walk No. 10This morning, I and four other girls went on one of the many walks you can do here - walk no. 10 to be precise. That was like a 3-hour loop walk up and down a foresty hill. Again quite Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 19, 2016
  • Day 120: Mossy ForestOn my first day in the Cameron Highlands I was booked on a 5 hour tour of the tea plantations and the mossy forest. At first we drove to a tea plantation, our guide explained the whole process of Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 18, 2016
  • Malaysia pt. 2[center]On a sweltering Monday morning we took a coach from Kuala Lumpur to Penang Island. It was a four hour coach ride and we even had lunch included in the price. We had requested a vegetarian lunch for Kiwi only Posted by Daft Slags Do.. in Daft Slags Do...East to West | Jan 19, 2016
  • Day 119: Right time, right placeI actually intended to go to the Taman Negara national park today but somehow my booking didn't go through so I decided to go to the Cameron Highlands instead. Just after the guy at reception explained to me how to Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 17, 2016
  • Day 118: Mall entertainmentAfter a relaxed morning, it was Sunday after all, I decided that I will have a look at the Bukit Bintang area with all its malls. I didn't get very far though as I stumbled upon a dance competition at Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 16, 2016
  • Day 117: So tall, so beautiful!Waited for the rain to stop and the ventured out to see the Batu Caves. There was a big commotion at the bottom of the stairs - a guy had what looked like loads of limes hooked to his back Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 15, 2016
  • Day 116: Kuala LumpurDid the hop on hop off bus today with Zoe and Allison whom I had met the night before in my hostel. While it did help to get a better overview of the city it also took ages because traffic Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 14, 2016
  • Day Six @ Sea - The Strait of MalaccaA rain storm overnight has left the decks wet underfoot and has increased the humidity. Storm clouds all around were illuminated by lighting from time to time. The breeze was light and the water was almost calm, a Posted by greynomadm in 2016-01 Indian Ocean | Jan 15, 2016
  • Day 115: Ra Ra RasputinAfter quickly popping out to browse the souvenir shops and boutiques around the corner I checked out and took a taxi back to the main bus station in order to go to Kuala Lumpur. At the station I ran into Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 13, 2016
  • Day 114: R&RMet with Carlo to start the day with a hearty English breakfast. He then left for the Cameron Highlands so I went to have a closer look at the Kampung Kling Mosque, the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest Chinese Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 12, 2016
  • Day 113: Winds of MelakaMission Melaka started with a walk to Villa Sentosa, a museum where you can have a glimpse at how the locals live. Since it's for free there was no ticket booth, so I just walked into the house and had Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 11, 2016
  • Day 112: Off to MalaysiaI finally managed to develop sort of a plan for travelling to and in Malaysia. I made my first stop Melaka and went there by bus today. It only took about 3.5 hours from Singapore, the seats were very comfy Posted by An.Ke in Antje is out of the office. | Jan 10, 2016
  • Malaysia[center]We left Singapore on the morning of New Year's day on a coach bound for Kuala Lumpur. The coach was comfortable and took about 5 hours, although there was a fat man next to me (Jack) who was mouth open Posted by Daft Slags Do.. in Daft Slags Do...East to West | Jan 6, 2016
  • Pangor Laut - Kuala Lumpur - Singapore - London - BristolAfter a disturbed Lariam sleep, and it being ‘that date’, I sit on the balcony this morning determining the various countries I have celebrated my birthday in: Norway, England, Sweden, Bolivia, Fiji, Thailand, Nepal, Seychelles, India, Myanmar and now Mal Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 22, 2002
  • Pangkor Laut Day Three: finally chillingI wake at 03.30 and just snooze after that, before finally getting up – with a bad back from too much bed – at 07.30. A large breakfast of omelette with cheese, onion, pepper and chilli, followed by fruit and Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 21, 2002
  • Pangkor Laut Day Two: Pool, Jacuzzi and KayakingI’m finally beginning to get that ‘chill-out’ feeling. It’s raining again, and we debate whether or not to take the arranged jungle walk this morning. Having decided against it, the weather of course clears up. We send e-mails instead, although Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 20, 2002
  • Pangkor Laut Day One: Emerald BayWe must be getting better at this relaxation lark – we sleep for ten hours and don’t actually wake up until 08.30. After a rather pleasant sunrise, the weather becomes boringly overcast. There is lots of choice for breakfast: cooked Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 19, 2002
  • Kuala Lumpur - Pangkor - Pangkor LautAmerican breakfast this morning is included in the price of the room, and very good it is too. There is a choice of freshly cooked omelette and fried eggs, yoghurts and fruits, pastries and bread, cereals and pancakes as well Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 18, 2002
  • Shiva Rudrashtakam [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPw3A1k6N58]] Shiva Rudrashtakam belongs to the genre of lyric poetry, which tends to be short, extremely melodic, and contempla Posted by Quah Khian Hu in THE ROOTS OF BANYAN TREE | Dec 14, 2015
  • MalaysiaBy luck and good fortune rather than good planning, I managed to end up in Penang on the day before my 64th birthday. Many of you will know that this is where I was born, so being here on my Posted by MalcolmB in Mal's Asia Trip 2015 | Dec 14, 2015
  • Down the Malay Peninsula===Kuala Lumpur=== [left][/left][left](above & detail below right) The Malaysian Houses of Parliament building, opened in 1963 [/left] [right][img=http://photos.travellerspoint. Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Nov 24, 2015
  • Letter From Penang===From a letter home dated Thursday 3-11-1966=== [b]Penang, Malaysia We will be arriving in Sydney by Qantas, Flight No. QF732, at 6.50am, on Thursday 17th Nov. So that is just two weeks from today. It is quite early in the morning, but Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Nov 23, 2015
  • Singapore - Kuala LumpurAfter the fiasco of the expensive breakfast in the hotel in Darwin, we nip next door to MacDonald’s for our early morning feast of a sausage and egg butty. The portion is not large enough for David, but I am Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 17, 2002
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