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Hi, I've decided with my limited time to only do a day trip to a longhouse. I was going to wait till i got back to Kuching where they offer the Annah Rais Longhouse 1 day trip. But i have found day trips from Sibi to Batang Rajang and Iban Longhouse/Bawang Assan Longhouse village.
Which would be recommended - kuching sounds easier to get from but is Annah Rais to touristy now. Sibi also offers the chance to visit Similajau (which has been recommended)
Thanks

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Hi, Can anyone recommend a tourist agency in Miri where i can book a day trip to Brunei? The only one i found online needs two people and i'm a solo traveller!
Is it possible to book day before and is a Visa required (UK passport) - i dont think so
Thanks

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Hi, How much Ringgit can i take to Borneo? the latest lonely planet suggests RM1000? (190 sterling!) - is this still true? do they check?
Thanks

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Has anyone gone to Mulu from Miri by either land or boat? The distance is so close but the flights are very expensive, so I was reading you can get there by 4x4 or boat and takes around 8-10 hours though I don't know if I can find more information about those from Miri (like price or frequency).

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My wife and I want to take a side trip (2 days, 1 night) from KL to the Cameron highlands. We will be there in the month of November too.

It seems its better/flexible to rent a car. Has anyone who visited by bus had transportation issues in the area? If giving input for a car, where are good specific places on the way or in the area to stop at?

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A few years ago I stayed at a guesthouse in Pantai Chenang that was operated by a Japanese lady and her Iranian husband. It was located on Jalan Pantai Chenang nearby to the Nice Beach resort. Can anyone help me with name?
Many thanks, Jim

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We're a family of five with three children aged 13, 10 and - the joker in the pack - 2.

We are planning a trip over x-mas and new year. We land in Singapore where we'll spend 4 nights, then fly to Langkawi and will take a boat to Ko Lipe where we'll spend 4 nights. Then we have booked 2 nights in Georgetown.

This leaves us 6 nights. We want the last 2 nights before we fly in KL. So we thought 2 nights in Cameron Highlands and 2 nights in Taman Negara.

Does that sound OK or would it be too…

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Hello
I will be in Malaysia for 20 days, arriving from Singapor

Day 1-2 Mélaka

Day 3-4 Kuala Lumpur

Day 5-6 Kuala Salangar

Day 7-8 direction Ipoh via K.L.

Day 9-10 Cameron Highlands

Day 11-12 Pulau Pangkor

Day 13-14-15 Penang via Ipoh

day 16-17 Langkawi byr ferry

day 18-19-20 return à K.L by bus or train to be back Montreal Quebec

j I don't know if it's too much and if it's easy to get there

If you have any suggestions (hotels) or any other route, go ahead!
Thanks a lot!

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Hi,

I will be visiting Eastern Malaysia (Malaysia and Brunei) in February next year. Any chances of wild camping? Any specific dress code (not to offend anyone).

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I'm from a country that doesn't need visa however I'm planning on arriving through the land border in Singapore. I've been reading I only get a stamp on my passport but cant find if that's all I need.