Hello. Can anyone recommend somewhere low key/off the beaten track in Malaysia where there is good snorkelling off the beach please? The busy resorts are not really to my taste. Thanks for your help.
Hi I'm budget solo traveller interested in birding and wildlife photography..currently in Gerik and want to join any group that will visit the royal Belum or tamangor forest.
I just read a thread about getting a direct bus from Lumut to Tanah Rata but it was eight years old. Back then you couldn't do it but I'm hoping things have changed. I've looked on easybook.com but they don't have that route. Only the main routes it would seem. It would be great to be able to book online. So first, is it possible? Second which site can I go to so I can book it.
I went for two days of scuba diving at Sipadan in mid-September 2016. I opted for a dive operator which didn’t tie the Sipadan permit to multiple days of diving at and around Mabul and the other islands in the region, which I had heard was pretty mediocre for anyone who has already done some good diving in the past.
So my main focus was obviously Sipadan, but because the price difference to adding another day of diving at Mabul was pretty negligible, I opted for a 2D3N package based in…
So Malaysia is next on our two year old's list of countries to tick off. We fly in and out of KL in October/November. Me and "mom" spent some time in Malaysia in 2011 on a 10-month trip across the continent, though most of that time was spent in Sabah and on The Perhentians. We initially planned on going back to the latter, but realised the season ends about the time we get there (one hotel closes on October 15th), so change of plans - what we wanna do is basically visit some of those places we…
Hi guys, Currently in Kuching and Need your advice:
= looking for a good reliable place to arrange a trip to the wetlands, any recommendations ?
= do you recommend the caves trip for 2 and 11 years old kids?
A friend of mine is considering applying for British citizenship. My friend is Malaysian but has British 'permanent residency'. Having a British passport would make travel easier. Malaysia, however does not recognize dual citizenship. From what I have read on the web, people advise travel using the Malaysian passport upon departure and return. I have two queries.
If my friend travels to and from Malaysia on a Malaysian passport and shows British Permanent residency. On the return…
Usually when people visit the state of Perak, they will visit Ipoh and at most Taiping. This is mostly due to the accessibility of these places to the North - South highway. This is a short trip report on some off - the - beaten - path places in Perak. Do note that you need your own transport as public transport in these places are lacking. Comments and questions are most welcome.
On the first day, we visited Teluk Intan and visited its Leaning Tower and East Dragon Sea Temple. These are decent…
Will be arriving at 5am in the morning (lucky me!) and leave again at 7pm (would like to aim to be back at the Airport by atleast 3-4pm)
I'd like to go see the Batu caves, I hear theres a bus to Sentral that costs like $3AUD/9-10MYR. What else should I do with my 10 hours in the city? Im on a budget, on my way to India!
Hi guys! Anyone has any recommendations on hotels? I just need it for a night before heading off to Koh Lipe the next day.
I need WiFi in my hotel room. Everything else don't matter except for cleanliness. That's it. Don't even need breakfast!
Thank you in advance guys.