I am planning on spending around 6 days in Malaysia in between time in Thailand and Indonesia. I will be travelling there in late February and I am wondering where should I go? Somewhere with great food is a must, beaches would also be nice too.
Any help would be great.
Me and my friend are planning to go on a trip to every state in peninsular Malaysia which of course includes the following;
To (In this particular order):
We're looking to find places of these particular type:
Food (i.e: Stalls, Restaurant, etc) (Sorry, No Pork)
Sightseeing (i.e: Nature, Culture, etc)
Entertainment (i.e: Amusement Park, etc)
Shopping (i.e: souvenirs)
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Fly into Singapore and spend a few days around here. (3 days)
Fly to Kota Kinabalu and check out Mt. Kota (2 days)
Fly to Sandakan fo ...
I will be traveling from my home in San Francisco to Kuala Lumpur and all around Malaysia for my 40th birthday, meeting up with a friend of mine who is traveling the world for a year. We have traveled through Thailand and Cambodia a few years ago and now meeting up and doing Malaysia and Singapore. Of course I am on a tighter travel itinerary with 10-11 days.
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I'm heading over in Malaysia in January. Originally, I was hoping to go to the Perhentian Islands, but it looks like things are pretty shut down due to monsoon season. However, I have read mixed reports about Borneo - some say that it's rainy, but also that it's pretty temperate all year round anyway. Is the rainy season really bad around that time? I would like to hike Mt Kinabulu in particular. Would love any other travel recommendations for Malaysia!
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I will be in Malaysia soon enough and was wondering if you can exchange British pounds there easily enough? I would prefer to take pounds rather than change into Dollars first, then Ringgit. I seem to recall seeing exchange rates for pounds at all the places in KL but not sure on the rates.
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We are planning a trip to Malaysia in spring and spend a few weeks there. I am thinking about staying around 7 days in Langkawi and visit its wonderful beaches and sights
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Please can anyone advise me the most efficient and quickest (in terms of time spent travelling) order in which to visit these places? I will be in KL and wish to visit the Perhentian Islands, Cameron Islands. Penang and Langkawi. Then I wish to enter South Thailand to visit the islands there.
Any tips would be greatly appreciated
many thanks for your time ...
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