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  • GENTING HIGHLANDSGenting Highlands . Call it the Disney land of Malaysia, another marvelous infrastructure created on top of a mtn. Reserve one full day for Genting if you are the kind of person who enjoys roller Posted by rajshru in KUALA LUMPUR | Jan 28, 2020
  • CHOWKIT MARKETOur first real traveling together finally materialised after a number of hiccups and we finally boarded the Egypt Air flt MS 968 bound for Kuala Lumpur( KL). Egypt Air happens to be the saving grace for budget travelers pockets, charging Posted by rajshru in KUALA LUMPUR | Jan 28, 2020
  • Another day in the djunglePå våra turer som vi hittils gjort har vi haft sällskap av en Malaysisk familj. Vi har haft väldigt kul ihop. Idag hade de bokat en bad och fiskmatar-tur så vi bestämde oss för att hänga på. Innan det Posted by Mikrut in Honeymoon 2015 | Mar 4, 2015
  • Bat CaveIdag ska vi ta oss till örongrottan som är ett tillhåll för fladdermöss! Det går inga turer dit längre då grottan nyligen har kollapsat och är stängd av säkerhetsskäl. Vi har dock kollat med e Posted by Mikrut in Honeymoon 2015 | Mar 5, 2015
  • ToursIdag har vi bokat in turer hela dagen! Första turen var en djungeltur där vi fick lära oss en massa om medicinska växter och djurlivet m.m. Bl.a en planta som växte nästan överallt och var antiseptisk. Man gnugga den Posted by Mikrut in Honeymoon 2015 | Mar 3, 2015
  • Världens äldsta regnskogEfter en lång mellanlandning i Melbourne var vi framme i Kuala Lumpur. Klockan var 08:30 och minibussen som går till Kuala Tembeling går 09:00 ifrån centrum. Den hinner vi inte med så vi tog en taxi enligt plan. Den 2.5 Posted by Mikrut in Honeymoon 2015 | Mar 2, 2015
  • A Primate Ape Lover Everyone is getting ready to usher new year with a celebration at the Mer Posted by Quah Khian Hu in THE ROOTS OF BANYAN TREE | Dec 31, 2019
  • A Farewell to all that.Sadly our relaxing stay in Malaysia was coming to an end. On our last morning we went down to the pool early enough to be the first people there and to watch the sun come up behind the high-rise in Posted by irenevt in Christmas - Malaysia, New Year - Vietnam | Dec 27, 2019
  • A new day, a new location.This morning we had our last swim in our fantastic mini-lake sized pool. We will change hotel's today. Our last night in KL will be spent in the Pullman Hotel in Bangsar, an area of KL we don't know. We Posted by irenevt in Christmas - Malaysia, New Year - Vietnam | Dec 25, 2019
  • Merry Christmas 2019 Last Christmas I was in India. The Christmas two years ago I was in India too. This year Christmas I am in Kuala Lumpur. I don’t celebrate Christmas but Chris Posted by Quah Khian Hu in THE ROOTS OF BANYAN TREE | Dec 25, 2019
  • Exploring Old Kuala Lumpur.We took our time getting up and getting to breakfast - after all it is Christmas. This will be our last full day in this hotel so it will be a swimming and relaxing day, but I'll write up Posted by irenevt in Christmas - Malaysia, New Year - Vietnam | Dec 24, 2019
  • Around Chinatown.I was very pleased to see nasi lemak available on the breakfast buffet this morning. This is my favourite Malaysian dish. Nasi lemak is rice cooked in coconut milk with pandan leaves. It is normally served with crispy fried anchovies, Posted by irenevt in Christmas - Malaysia, New Year - Vietnam | Dec 24, 2019
  • The Art of Doing Nothing.After a very violent thunder storm that went on most of the night, we awoke to a better day, though bad weather was predicted again in the afternoon. We didn't care as long as we managed a swim in the Posted by irenevt in Christmas - Malaysia, New Year - Vietnam | Dec 22, 2019
  • Christmas in Malaysia 2019Having had our summer holiday plans turned upside down and also having had an incredibly horrible first term filled with fighting, riots and incredibly annoying children, I was so ready for a holiday. It was a very early start for Posted by irenevt in Christmas - Malaysia, New Year - Vietnam | Dec 22, 2019
  • No More First Class Privilege 2.8.2019 Friday Day 2 Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu - India This Posted by Quah Khian Hu in THE ROOTS OF BANYAN TREE | Aug 2, 2019
  • Two days in MalaysiaOne of the most populated Muslim countries in the world and accordingly there is a lot of Islamic architecture and culture - very different from the Buddhist countries that we have been visiting thus far. The pinnacle of Islamic Posted by gljacobs in Asian Odyssey | Dec 16, 2019
  • We say Tashi Delek to our friends in BhutanWe head back on Drukair to Bangkok and change planes and on to Kuala Lumpur (which everyone calls KL). A long travel day but we are covering a lot of ground and a lot of climates. We get Posted by gljacobs in Asian Odyssey | Dec 15, 2019
  • About Us - Travelous 360 Family -Hey there ! Guess you found us, and if you happen to come across this page, we're glad that you would like to take some time to get to know us and before we even begin I can see that Posted by Travelous 360 in Travelous 360 | Nov 14, 2019
  • Airport and eating A pretty comfortable 2.5 hr flight Bali to KL with Air Asia. Then 2 Posted by MikeinCairns in Back to the USSR | Jul 31, 2019
  • Malaysia is a Pleasant Surprise & More Than Expected The KL Towers, Kuala Lumpar Towering, sleek, modern skyscrapers, colorful, intricate Hindu temples, spacious, gleaming mosques. It seemed strange that the images of Kua Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Jul 30, 2019
  • Welcome to My Blog Hi guys, I am Danial. I am in the middle between those two big guys! This is my first time being here as a blogger and of course , a traveler who just known how Posted by Danial85 in Sky is the Limit | Jul 22, 2019
  • Melaka, MalaysiaThe cities of George Town and Melaka jointly became an UNESCO world heritage site in 2008 as the 'historic cities if the Straits of Malacca'. Melaka was a trading port from the 15th century onward variously under Melaka Sultanate, Posted by cindy121 in Phase2 | Jul 22, 2019
  • Kinabatangan RiverToday we went up and down the Kinabatagan River in search of rainforest wildlife. Our guide was Stephen, a man indigiouness to the area and who, it turned out through conversation, was the grandson of the last chief of his Posted by cfleet in The Fleets in Malaysia | Jul 20, 2019
  • Gomantong Caves Today we, checked out of the lodge and were picked up for a two hour journey to our next destination - the Sukau Rainforest   Lodge. An interesting road journey along  what appeared to be an 'A' Road which would then Posted by cfleet in The Fleets in Malaysia | Jul 20, 2019
  • Penang, Malaysia I made it through Valentines Day and on to Penang, Malaysia. We chose the Taste of Penang Tour which was only a half day and I'm sure developed just to sell s Posted by ErinDriver in Making It Count | Feb 14, 2018
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