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					Malaysia Travel Guide




          1
Index

Basic Greeting That Will Impress Malaysia   ……..3
General Information on Malaysia             ……..4
Malaysia Currency Note                      ……..5
Ringgit Malaysia Exchange Rate              ……..6
Embassies In Malaysia                       ……..7
Do’s and Don’t in Malaysia                  ……..9
International Phone Calls                   ……..10
How to Get Online in Malaysia               ……..13
Get Someone Carry Your Luggage              ……..14
Malaysia Transport Guide                    ……..15
Major Bus Terminal In Kuala Lumpur          ……..18
Cheap Flight                                ……..19
Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)   ……..20
Air Asia                                    ……..22
Expressway In Malaysia                      ……..24
Hotels In Malaysia                          ……..25
Kuala Lumpur                                ……..27
Selangor                                    ……..40
Johore                                      ……..45
Perak                                       ……..53
Penang Island                               ……..59
Kedah                                       ……..65
Perlis                                      ……..69
Terengganu                                  ……..72
Kelantan                                    ……..76
Pahang                                      ……..80
Negeri Sembilan                             ……..85
Malacca                                     ……..90
Sabah                                       ……..94
Sarawak                                     ……..95




                                 2
      Basic Greeting That Will Impress Malaysian


Selamat Pagi                             Good morning
Selamat Malam                            Good night
Selamat Tengah hari                      Good afternoon
Selamat Petang                           Good evening
Terima kasih                             Thank you
Apa khabar                               How do you do
Saya sihat                               I am fine
Selamat Datang                           Welcome
Selamat Tinggal                          Good bye
Maafkan saya                             Excuse me
Baik                                     Fine
Saya minta maaf                          I am sorry
Boleh awak tolong saya                   Can you help me
Bagaimana hendak kesana                  How do I get there
Berapa jauh                              How far
Berapa Harga                             How much
Tandas                                   Toilet
Tunggu                                   Wait
Tidak                                    No
Ya                                       Yes

                      Numbers in Malay

Satu                                     One
Dua                                      Two
Tiga                                     Three
Empat                                    Four
Lima                                     Five
Enam                                     Six
Tujuh                                    Seven
Lapan                                    Eight
Sembilan                                 Nine
Sepuluh                                  Ten



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             The Perfect Time to Visit Malaysia

Malaysia is a sunny and a warm country except during the rainy season,
which for Peninsular Malaysia is from May-September and November-
February is the wet season for Sabah and Serawak. Life will be as usual
unless you are planning a beach vacation. Rain would not effect Malaysian
life.


                        Weather in Malaysia


There is no snow in Malaysia so you don’t have to worry about your cloths.
You can see sun most of the time here. You may check current weather at
the link below.

http://www.met.gov.my/home_e.html


                                    Time

Malaysia is 8 Hours ahead of the GMT and 16 hours ahead of U.S Pacific
Standard Time



                                  Phone

The country code is 60. International call can be made by first dialing 00
followed by the numbers. Calls to other states in Malaysia are made by
dialing the area code before the number. For local directory assistance, call
103


                     Immigration & Customs
 Most nationality does not require visas. For check out this website for full
                                information
         http://www.imi.gov.my/eng/perkhidmatan/im_Permit.asp


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                   Malaysia Currency Note

In Malaysia we use Malaysian Ringgit as our major currency. Below are the
sample of Malaysian Ringgit. Beware of fake currency note. Especially
RM100 and RM50 notes




                                    5
                        Ringgit Malaysia Exchange Rates



                                                               SELLING      BUYING        BUYING
                                                                TT/OD         TT            OD
Units of Malaysian ringgit per unit of foreign currency:
1 US DOLLAR                                                     3.5310      3.4660         3.4560
1 AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR                                             2.8140      2.7420         2.7260
1 BRUNEI DOLLAR                                                 2.3130      2.2670         2.2590
1 CANADIAN DOLLAR                                               3.3280      3.2620         3.2500
1 EURO                                                          4.7720      4.6770         4.6570
1 NEW ZEALAND DOLLAR                                            2.4560      2.3880         2.3720
1 PAPUA N GUINEA KINA                                           1.2680      1.1470         1.1310
1 SINGAPORE DOLLAR                                              2.3125      2.2670         2.2590
1 STERLING POUND                                                6.9890      6.8510         6.8310
1 SWISS FRANC                                                   2.9270      2.8690         2.8540
100 ARAB EMIRATES DIRHAM 97.1500                               93.3400     93.1400
100 BANGLADESH TAKA                                             5.2000      5.0000         4.8000
100 DANISH KRONE                                               65.9600     60.8900        60.6900
100 HONGKONG DOLLAR                                            45.9000     43.6600        43.4600
100 INDIAN RUPEE                                                8.8800      8.2000         8.0000
100 INDONESIAN RUPIAH                                           0.0389      0.0340         0.0290
100 JAPANESE YEN                                                3.0880      3.0270         3.0170
100 NORWEGIAN KRONE                                            61.1800     56.4800        56.2800
100 PAKISTAN RUPEE                                              5.9600      5.6100         5.4100
100 PHILIPPINE PESO                                             7.6900      7.2700         7.0700
100 QATAR RIYAL                                                98.0300     94.1900        93.9900
100 SAUDI RIYAL                                                95.1300     91.4000        91.2000
100 SOUTH AFRICAN RAND                                         48.4700     46.5700        46.3700
100 SRI LANKA RUPEE                                             3.2200      3.0300         2.8300
100 SWEDISH KRONA                                              52.8800     48.3300        48.1300
100 THAI BAHT                                                  11.3500      9.6700         9.4700




                       This rate is not a flat rate please check from time to time
                        Check this link http://biz.thestar.com.my/business/exchange.asp

                              For a currency converter click link below
                          http://www.gocurrency.com/?keyword=currency
                         %20converter&CMP=SFS-70160000000CwVRAA0


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                      Embassies in Malaysia

Australia
6 Jalan Yap Kwan Seng,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
03-2146 5555/ 03-2146 5787
www.australia.org.my

Britain
185 Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
03-2170 2200/ 03-2170 2345
www.british.org.my

Germany
26th Floor, Menara Tan & Tan,
207 Jalan Tun Razak,
50400 Kuala Lumpur
03-2170 9666/ 012-326 9070

Brunei
19th Floor, Menara Tan & Tan,
207 Jalan Tun Razak,
50400 Kuala Lumpur
03-2161 2800

Myanmar
10 Jalan Mengkuang, Off Jalan Ru,
55000 Kuala Lumpur
03-4256 0280/ 03- 4257 0680

Turkey
118 Jalan U Thant,
55000 Kuala Lumpur.
03-4257 2225/ 03-4257 2226

Pakistan
132, Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
03-2161 8877


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China
229, Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
03-2142 8495
my.china-embassy.org

New Zealand
21st Floor, Menara IMC,
8 Jalan Sultan Ismail,
50250 Kuala Lumpur.
03-2078 2533
www.nzembassy.com

Denmark
22nd Floor, Wisma Denmark,
86, Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
03-2032 2001/ 03-2032 2004/
03-2032 2005

Spain
200 Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur
03-2142 8776/ 03-2148 4868/
03-2148 4655

Japan
11 Persiaran Stonor,
Off Jalan Tun Razak,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
03-2142 7044/ 03-2167 23143
www.my.emb-japan.go.jp

Italy
99 Jalan U Thant,
55000 Kuala Lumpur.
03-4256 5122/ 03-4256 5228/
03-4256 4371




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                   Do’s and Don’ts in Malaysia


Malaysia is a free country you can do whatever you want here . However,
we do have our own customs and visitors should try to observe these
practices when they arrive.

   1. Handshake is acceptable for both men and women but it is better for a
      man to smile to a Muslim woman rather than handshake. A handshake
      should be initiated by ladies.

   2. It is polite to call before visiting a home

   3. Shoes must always be removed when entering a Malaysian home.

   4. Drinks are generally offered to guest. It is polite to accept.

   5. The right hand is always used when eating with one’s hand or giving
      and receiving objects.

   6. The right forefinger is not used to point a places, objects or persons.
      Instead, the thumb of the right hand with four fingers folded under is
      preferred usage.

   7. Shoes must be removed when entering places of worship such as
      mosque and temple.

   8. Some mosques provides robes and scarves for female visitors. Taking
      photograph is usually permitted but always ask permission first.

   9. Do not wear revealing cloth when entering places of worship and rural
      areas.

   10. Public displays of affection are not encouraged.




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                     International Phone Call

I have checked all the roaming services, Most of them are very expensive. If
you need to make numerous international phone calls while your are in
Malaysia. I have found two ways that you can make international calls very
cheap.


Get a Malaysian Handphone Number

Where to buy them? There are thousands of shops selling this item. Look for
the logo below to find them. You just need to know which phone line that is
suitable for you.

Maxis

-Suitable if you like to make calls in Malaysia
-The biggest subscriber in Malaysia
-Bring your passport to register this number
-Register at any Maxis Centre
http://maxis.com.my/main.asp




Celcom

-Have a wide coverage
-Suitable if you like to have holidays that far from big cities
-Bring your passport to register this number
-Register at any Celcom Centre
www.celcom.com.my

Digi

-Very cheap but small coverage
-Suitable if you are in big cities such as Kuala Lumpur
-Bring your passport to register you number
-Register at any Digi centre
http://www.digi.com.my/


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Don’t Want to Have a Malaysia Handphone Number

Get an i Talk card




What is iTalk card? You can buy them at most of the shop in the town. You
can choose RM30,RM50 and RM100.Then you need to scratch at back of
the card. You will be given a number. Next grab a public phone insert some
coins and follow the instruction. If you have any problem you can call the
operator. This card will allow you to make international call at a very cheap
price. Sometimes local call is more expensive if you use this card. So if you
like to make lots of international call, this is the best choice

There are three ways for you to make calls using your iTalk Prepaid
Account:

 a) Call from a registered mobile phone
  i. Call 1 800 87 2828. The system will disconnect you.
  ii. Within 10 seconds, the system will call your mobile phone.
      Answer the call.
 iii. The system will request you to enter the destination number.
      Please enter the number you want to call, including area code
      (for domestic calls) or country code and area code (for
      international telephone number).
 iv. The system will connect you to the called number. Please wait
      for the caller to answer. Call will be charged as soon as the
      called party answers the call.
 b) Call from a registered fixed line phone
  i. Call 1 800 87 2525. Wait for the call to be connected.
  ii. The system will request you to enter the destination number.
      Please enter the number you want to call, including area code
      (for domestic calls) or country code and area code (for
      international telephone number).

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 iii. The system will connect you to the called number. Please wait
      for the caller to answer. Calls will be charged as soon as the
      called party answers the call.
c) Call from an unregistered fixed line or mobile phone
  i. Call 1 800 87 2525. Wait for call to be connected.
  ii. The system will request you to enter your iTalk Prepaid Account
      number.
 iii. The system will request you to enter the destination number.
      Please enter the number you want to call, including area code
      (for domestic calls) or country code and area code (for
      international telephone number).
siv. The system will connect you to the called number. Please wait
      for the caller to answer. Calls will be charged as soon as the
      called party answers the call.




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                 How to Get Online In Malaysia

                         Streamyx HotSpot




You may online using your laptop or PDA at the hotspot zone in Malaysia.
All you need is TM Hot Spot Prepaid Start-up Card. Search for the logo to
buy the prepaid card. Below are the charges for wireless hotspot broadband

        Prepaid Package Streamyx Hotspot
Streamyx Hotspot card     RM 5        One day
start-up card                     unlimited access
Streamyx Hotspot          RM 5        One day
reload card                       unlimited access
Streamyx Hotspot card      RM         30 days
start-up card              28     unlimited access
Streamyx Hotspot           RM         30 days
reload card                28     unlimited access
                          Usage based - charge at
Prepaid 1515 & ONE
                                5 cent/min

More information at
http://www.tm.net.my/tmnet2006/contents/products-services/products.cfm?
prodID=60&pgID=602&type=1

TM Hot Spot Location (Places where you can get wireless connection)
http://www.tm.net.my/tmnet2006/contents/products-services/products.cfm?
prodID=60&pgID=602&type=1


                               Cyber Café
If you don’t bring or didn’t have a laptop. The best way is use the cyber
café. There thousands of cyber café in Malaysia. They are everywhere in
Malaysia. Usual rate is between RM2- RM4 per hour.


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  Get Someone Carry Your Luggage From Your Door
             Step to Your Hotel Room


Tired of carrying you luggage during your vacation? I have found a
company that will carry your luggage from your door step to your hotel
room. You don’t need to worry about your luggage anymore. No back pain
anymore. Checkout this website http://www.abdabag.com/our_rates.html .

Why You Should Use Them

   They pick your luggage at your door step no need to go anywhere.
   They have insurance
   They have tracking system.
   They offer 24/7 online customer care. You may ask them anytime
    anywhere.
   Easy to use and more important is CHEAP and your luggage is 10
    times SAFER than you bring it yourself.




          Check the Custom Guide Before You Send Your Luggage

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                     Malaysia Transport Guide

There are several public transport that are very famous in Malaysia. Bus is
the most common transport that is used by most Malaysians as the distance
from one town to another town is not that far. But there are two airlines that
provide cheap local flight. I will describe it later on the cheap flight chapter.
Let me explain about using taxi first.

Taxi

If you bring lots of baggage I recommend you to use taxi. It will make your
journey comfortable and easy besides you won’t lost in Malaysia. But please
beware of some taxi drivers who like to take advantage on foreign tourists.


Bus

Transnasional




Transnational is the most famous bus company in Malaysia. If you like to
save your money by traveling with bus I think this company will provide the
best service to you. You can plan your journey by clicking the link below. It
provides you with information about the routes and bus schedule. The fare is
according to the destination. It usually doesn’t take more than rm50 (17usd).
Very suitable if you want to go a near town. For long journey I recommend
you to travel using flight as the price just 10usd different than the bus. You
will save a lot of time.

http://www.nadi.com.my/transportation_home.asp




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      Triton
      This is the only bus that will pick you up at KLIA. Below are their bus
      schedule


      TRITON EXPRESS SCHEDULE FOR KLIA - IPOH - KLIA SERVICE


                                                                        OPERATION TIME
       SERVICES              ROUTE                 FARE                                                JOURNEY TIME
NO                                                                   DEPARTURE      ARRIVAL

                                                 One Way

                                                                       0930           1300

 1      EXPRESS           KLIA to IPOH      RM 42.00 (ADULT)           1200           1530               Approximately

         COACH                              RM 21.00 (CHILD)           1530           1900               3 hrs 30 mins

                                                                       1830           2200

                                                                       2130           0100

                                                                       0000           0330



                                                 One Way

                                                                       0300           0630

 2      EXPRESS           IPOH to KLIA      RM 42.00 (ADULT)           0600           0930               Approximately

         COACH                              RM 21.00 (CHILD)           1130           1500               3 hrs 30 mins

                                                                       1430           1800

                                                                       1630           2000

                                                                       1930           2300



     TRITON EXPRESS COUNTER               TRITON EXPRESS COUNTER                 TRITON EXPRESS (HEAD OFFICE)
     Ground Floor, Block C Car Park       No. 33 & 34                            No. 72, Pesiaran Jubli Perak
     Bus Terminal                         Medan Gopeng Bus Terminal              Section 22
     Kuala Lumpur International Airport   Ipoh, PERAK                            40000 Shah Alam, SELANGOR
     (KLIA)
     Sepang, SELANGOR

     Tel. No. : 03 - 8787 4258            Tel. No. : 05 - 313 9655               Tel. No. : 03 - 5192 5211
                                                                                 CARELINE : 1 - 300 - 888 - 211




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            TRITON EXPRESS SCHEDULE FOR KLIA - KUANTAN - KLIA
                               SERVICE

                                                                            OPERATION TIME
NO      SERVICES                   ROUTE             FARE                                             JOURNEY TIME
                                                                         DEPARTURE    ARRIVAL

                                                   One Way
 1       EXPRESS           KLIA to KUANTAN    RM 35.00 (ADULT)             0900         1500              Approximately
          COACH                                RM 17.50 (CHILD)                                               6 hrs


                                                   One Way
 2       EXPRESS           KUANTAN to KLIA    RM 35.00 (ADULT)             1400         2000              Approximately
          COACH                                RM 17.50 (CHILD)                                               6 hrs


                                                   One Way
 3       EXPRESS          KLIA to TEMERLOH    RM 30.00 (ADULT)             0900         1300              Approximately
          COACH                                RM 15.00 (CHILD)                                               4 hrs


                                                   One Way
 4       EXPRESS          TEMERLOH to KLIA    RM 30.00 (ADULT)             1800         2000              Approximately
          COACH                                RM 15.00 (CHILD)                                               4 hrs


                                                   One Way
 5       EXPRESS                              RM 10.00 (ADULT)             0900         1030              Approximately
                             KLIA to KUALA
          COACH                LUMPUR          RM 5.00 (CHILD)                                            1 hr 30 mins


                                                   One Way
 6       EXPRESS                              RM 10.00 (ADULT)             2030         2200              Approximately
                          KUALA LUMPUR to
          COACH                KLIA            RM 5.00 (CHILD)                                            1 hr 30 mins




     TRITON EXPRESS COUNTER                  TRITON EXPRESS COUNTER                   TRITON EXPRESS COUNTER
     T1, Sentral Exhibition Mall             No. 11, Terminal Utama                   No. 20, 1st Floor
     Jalan Tun Sambanthan                    Bandar Seri Semantan                     Terminal Bas Makmur
     KUALA LUMPUR                            Temerloh, PAHANG                         Kuantan, PAHANG


     Tel. No. : 03 - 2274 9732               Tel. No. : 019 - 933 0056                Tel. No. : 09 - 515 6457




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            Major Bus Terminal In Kuala Lumpur

These bus terminal are important if you like to go out of Kuala Lumpur. All
destinations in Peninsular Malaysia are available at these terminal.

Puduraya Terminal
The biggest bus terminal in Malaysia. Most of the bus will stop here and will
depart here. There are lots of people here. Beware of pickpockets.

How to get there
Take the LRT line and stop at Plaza Rakyat Station

Putra Bus Terminal
All buses to the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia will use this terminal.
Destinations such as Kelantan and Terengganu will use this terminal.

How to get there
Take the LRT line and stop at PWTC Station.

Pekeliling Terminal
All bus to Pahang will use this terminal

How to get there
Take the LRT line and stop at Titiwangsa Station

Jalan Duta Terminal
All buses to West Coast of Malaysia will use this terminal. Destinations
such as Perak, Penang, Kedah, Perlis are from here. Only Transnasional
bus available here.

How to get there
You need to take the cab




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                             Cheap Flight

There are two giant companies in Malaysia. The good news that they are
competing each other so we as the customer will pay less and less each time
they make their offers. So why don’t you grab this opportunity to travel
around Malaysia using them. Below are the two giant companies in
Malaysia Airlines Industry.

                     Malaysia Airlines (MAS)




             You may buy their ticket online just click this link
                      http://www.fireflyz.com.my/
                                     Or
             http://www.malaysiaairlines.com/main_MY.aspx

They are now making new promotion called Firefly (low cost flight
ticket).You can buy the ticket online as low as RM50-RM300 according to
your destination. I highly recommend you to choose Fire Fly because
although the price is higher than Air Asia, they don’t have any hidden
charges. As a tourist I’m sure that you will have a heavy luggage. So you do
not want Air Asia overcharging you. Besides your journey will be much
comfortable than Air Asia. Trust me I have flown with both airlines. They
also has beautiful stewardess!!!Just joking.




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   The First Place That You Will Step on in Malaysia

                                 KLIA




                        http://www.klia.com.my/


                               By Train




Erl Line




The high-speed KLIA Ekspres (ERL) links the airport directly with the KL
Sentral transportation hub in Kuala Lumpur in 28mins. Trains run from 5
a.m to 12 Midnight. There is train every 15 minutes between 5 a.m and 9
a.m, and between 4 p.m and 10 p.m.While trains run every 20mins outside
those hours. The cost of a one-way ticket is RM35. There is no discount on
return tickets


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                       By Airport Limousines

Limousines and budget taxis are allowed to pick up passengers at the airport.
You may buy coupons from Airport Limo counters just before you exit the
international arrivals gate, or just outside the domestic arrivals gate. Ask for
a budget taxi, which is perfectly fine and costs a fixed RM67.40 to get to
Kuala Lumpur; otherwise you'll be given a misnamed "Limousine" that
costs an extra RM87.40.

                                   By Bus

   Airport Coach runs half hourly express buses between KL Sentral and
   KLIA starting from 5am to 12 midnight. RM10 one way

               Look This Airport Achievement!!!




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                                 Air Asia




If you are a low budget I traveler recommend you to fly with this airlines but
make sure that you book early. You will pay the lowest price as low as
0.99cent. An unbelievable fare but you have to book early. But they have
limit on your luggage weight. Please note that Air Asia have a different
terminal as of MAS away from KLIA .Don’t be confused.

Check their website for more information

http://www.airasia.com/site/my/en/home.jsp




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           How to Get to LCCT ( Air Asia Airport)


                                 By Train

There are no direct train connections to the LCCT (although the government
has agreed to build one). However, you can take ERL train from KL Sentral
to the KLIA, then catch the shuttle bus to the LCCT.

                                  By Bus

SkyBus runs direct services every half hour or so from KL Sentral to the
LCCT. RM9 one-way.

Aerobus also runs direct bus services every half hour from KL Sentral to
the LCCT. RM 9 one-way, free return journey.



                                    By Taxi

   Any taxi can bring passengers to the LCCT, including Kuala Lumpur's
   metered red-and-white taxis, although you will find it very difficult to get
   drivers to use the meters. Make sure you agree on a price before getting
   into the taxi. Fares should be between RM60 and RM90.




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                     Expressway in Malaysia

There are several expressways that you have to know if like to drive around
Malaysia. This is so important for you to drive from town to town

The North-South Expressway


                http://www.plus.com.my/mapp/mapplus.jpg




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                         Hotels in Malaysia

The Best Website to Book Your Hotel
There are hundreds of website that offer online booking but which one is the
best. After some research we find that there are several website that provide
the best service and the most trusted online booking website. But WHY you
should book from them

    They offer their page in 7 language
    They offer hotel map
    Reward for every booking
    Trusted by 500,000 travelers since 1997
    10 000++ verified hotel
    You can chat with the 24/7 Customer Help to book your hotel
    Easy to use and you can ask them anything at their 24/7
     Customer Help Book Now


                                Book Now !!


How to Book Hotel Cheaper Than Your Starbucks
Bill

Tune Hotel
Offer hotel from RM9.99 per night. This is cheaper than your coffee bills.
Quick book your room now before they are full. Situated inthe center of
Kuala Lumpur. Train are available nearby the hotel.

                        http://www.tunehotels.com/




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                             Kuala Lumpur




This is the capital in Malaysia. The most modern city in Malaysia and the
shopping paradise for tourist. Most of the tourist would stay here before the
go to other place is Malaysia. There are lot of attractions in Kuala Lumpur
and I will describe the attractions that you wouldn’t want to miss.


                       Kuala Lumpur Map
             http://www.kiat.net/malaysia/images/klmap.jpg




The Best Way to Travel In Kuala Lumpur

Trains
Most important transport in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Almost all the
attractions in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor can be reached by train

Train Logo That You Need to Know




Putra LRT line

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Monorail Line




Star LRT Line




Komuter Line




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Train Route




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Taxi

If you like a comfortable ride you may call the cab to pick you up at hotel
lobby. But beware of some taxi drivers that overcharge you. Minimum
charge for each ride is RM2 for the first 2km and 50 cent for 1km afterward.

Airport limosine   :603-8787 3675
Comfort            : 603- 8024 2727
Supercab           :603-7875 7333
KL Taxi            : 603-9221 8999
Sunlight           : 603-9058 9986/603-9057 5757
Radio Cab          : 603-9221 7600
Hotline Taxi       :603-2095 3399
Eco Transit        :603-5512 2266
Saujana Cab        :603-2162 8888
Tele Cab           :603-9282 0003




                Hey you might you want to book taxi online
                            Check this link
                  http://www.publiccab.com/home.htm




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Bus

Rapid KL
Rapid bus serves all parts of Kuala Lumpur. Fares are usually cost you
RM1. Bus destination is showed in front of the bus. The ticket can be reused
for the whole day.

KL Hop-On Hop-Off Bus
Link up to 40 attractions around Kuala Lumpur with 22 designated stops.
Perfect for you if you don’t want to trouble yourself with the transportation.

Open Hours
8.30a.m-8.30p.m

Ticket
RM38




                                      30
       Attraction in Kuala Lumpur That You Don’t
                      Want to Miss


Petronas Twin Tower Sky Bridge

The heart of Kuala Lumpur and one of the tallest building in the world if
I’m not mistaken it ranks number three. It has a unique structure as you may
see it like a pair of corns. The best part is you can try to cross the bridge in
the middle of the tower.

How to get there
Take the Putra line and stop at the KLCC station

Open Hours
8.30am - 5.00pm from Tuesday to Sunday

More Information at
http://www.suriaklcc.com.my/index.php?module=Home

Aquaria KLCC
A gigantic aquarium recently opened, housing 5,000 varieties of tropical
fishes. Has an underwater tunnel, various exhibits of flora and fauna, and
multimedia kiosks. RM38 Children 3-12 years old. RM26 for those below 3
years old, admission free.

How to get there
Just a walking distance from the Petronas Twin Tower.

Open Hours
11 a.m to 8 p.m


Hardrock Rock Café
Do you like music and night life? Experience the live band performance in
front of you and enjoy your drink while they entertain you. Watch out for
special performance from local and international artist.

How to get there
Take a monorail line and stop at Bukit Nanas station.


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Central Market
The perfect place for you to buy souvenirs for your loved one. Also find
street artist to sketch your portrait. This place is like an art gallery street.

How to get there
Take the LRT Line and stop at Pasar Seni Station.

Open hours
10a.m-10.30 p.m

Kuala Lumpur Tower
The perfect place to get a full view of Kuala Lumpur. There is an
observation deck and revolving restaurant available.

How to get there
You will need to take the cab

Open Hours
9a.m-10p.m

National Museum
Bring you to the history of this country. There are lots of information about
early days of Malaysia. Be here to know Malaysian history and this
country’s development.

How to get there
You will need to take the cab

Open hours
10a.m-5p.m


Carcosa Seri Negara
A 19th century colonial mansion used to be the residence of the British
Governor and High Commissioners. Today it is an exclusive hotel offering a
sense of history and fine dining.

How to get there
You will need to take the cab


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Merdeka Square
This is the place where Malaysia declared the independence from British.
This is a perfect place for tourist to take picture. Most festive occasion will
be held here

How to get there
You will need to take the cab




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           Top 10 Shopping Mall in Kuala Lumpur

Suria KLCC
One of the largest shopping center in Malaysia. If you like designer item I
highly recommend you this place. Besides you can go to Petrosains in the
KLCC to learn about Petronas.

How to get there
Just a walking distance from the Petronas Twin Tower.

Open Hours
10am- 10.30 p.m except for late night movie

More Information at
http://www.suriaklcc.com.my/index.php?module=Home


One Utama Megamall
The biggest shopping center in Malaysia. A new generation shopping center
which will satisfy all shopping needs under one roof. Hundreds of designer
labels available for you to shop.

How to get there
You need a cab to get there. There is no train there

Open Hours
10am- 10.30 p.m accept for late night movie


Mid Valley Megamall
Over 430 shop available here. Claim to be the second biggest shopping mall
in the South-East Asia.

How to get there
Take the Komuter Line and stop at Bangsar Station

Open hours
10a.m-10.30 p.m



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Berjaya Times Square
This is the only mall in Malaysia that has theme park inside. Enjoy the
rollercoaster ride around the mall. I also recommend you to watch IMAX
cinema which is the only one 3D cinema in Malaysia. Hey that’s not all you
can stay at the hotel on the upper floor of the shopping mall.

How to get there
Take the Monorail and stop at Imbi Station

Open Hours
10am- 10.30 p.m

Low Yat Plaza
This is the place for you to find the best bargain on electronic gadget,
laptop and cameras. There are 100++ shop that you can find the best bargain
for electronic stuff in Malaysia

How to get there
Take the Monorail line and stop at Imbi Station

Open hours
10a.m-10.30 p.m

Sungei Wang Plaza
Remain one of the busiest shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. You will find
lots of handphone here. There are lots of people here especially during the
weekend. This shopping mall links directly to the monorail. Make sure you
remember where the station is or else you will have trouble to find it when
you want to go back.

How to get there
Take the Monorail line and stop at Bukit Bintang Station

Open hours
10a.m-10.30 p.m

Bukit Bintang Plaza




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Extending into Sungei Wang Plaza. Bukit Bintang Plaza lots of item at
cheap price. You will experience street shopping here. There usually lots of
people here
How to get there
Take the Monorail line and stop at Bukit Bintang Station

Open hours
10a.m-10.30 p.m

Pertama Complex
Do you need sport attire? Find Nike shoes at cheap price. This is also a
favorite place to buy field hockey stick such as Grays and TK. There are
various of type you can find here. Also find cheap latest Nokia and Sony
Eriksson handphone.

How to get there
A walking distance from Sogo

Open Hours
10 a.m-10.30 p.m

Sogo
This megamall is near to the Pertama Complex. This megamall always has
sale on its ground floor.

How to get there
Take the Star line and stop at Bandaraya Station
Open Hours
10 a.m-10.30 p.m

Mydin Wholesale
Consider as the cheapest place to buy your groceries. You can see
differences as much as 2 dollars on you groceries item. This wholesaler has
branch all over this country.

How to get there
Take the Star line and stop at Masjid Jamek

Open Hours
10.30a.m-10.00p.m


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                             Night Market

Night market is an interesting place for tourist to look and experience the
Malaysian culture. I really recommend you to visit one

China Town/Petaling Street
How to get there
Take the monorail to Maharajalela Station

Open Hours
Daily 10a.m-11p.m


Jalan Telawi Bangsar
How to get there
Take the Putra line to Bangsar Station

Open Hours
Sunday 6p.m-11p.m

Chow Kit
How to get there
Take the monorail to Chow Kit Station

Open Hours
Daily 10a.m-11p.m

Jalan Berhala, Brickfields
How to get there
Take the monorail to T. Sambanthan

Open Hours
Thursday 6p.m-10p.m




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Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman
How to get there
Take the monorail to Medan Tuanku Station

Opening Hours
Daily 6p.m-10p.m

Plaza Mont’ Kiara
How to get there
You will need to take a cab

Opening Hours
Thursday 6p.m-10p.m




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                               Eating Out

Kampung Baru
The place where you can taste all of the Malaysian food. Over hundred stalls
available. The most famous food here is Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa
besides Kuala Lumpur International Hotel.

Opening hours
24 hours

How to get there
Take the Star Line and stop at Kampung Baru Station

Nasi Kandar Pelita
A huge outlet of Malaysia's largest nasi kandar chain, with long queues
snaking out at lunchtime. Ordering is easy, just choose and point, but be sure
to ask for their specialty kuah campur (mixed gravy), meaning that you get
half a dozen curry sauces splashed on top

Opening hours
24 hours open

How to get there
There numbers of branches all around the country


Roti Boy
Outlets in KLCC and all over the places. Famed for its buttery coffee buns
RM1.50, which took not just Malaysia but Singapore and Thailand by storm
in 2004. They are, indeed, incredibly tasty when fresh from the oven but lose
their delectableness fast. Outlets and imitators all over town, just follow
your nose.

Seri Angkasa
Atop the KL Tower. A revolving restaurant that has a good reputation, but
is inevitably fairly steeply priced. The RM55++ lunch buffet is
comparatively good value. Contact number 03-2020 5055

How to get there
Take the Monorail Line and stop at Bukit Nanas Station.


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                                Selangor




                         Selangor Map
         http://www.emmes.net/malaysia/regions/selangor/map.asp

One of the most developed state in Malaysia. Near to Kuala Lumpur .This
state have a large similarity and connection with Kuala Lumpur. You
wouldn’t have problem to go here because all of the international flight will
arrive here. The only thing that you have to worry is how you gonna travel
around Selangor. Most of the way are same with Kuala Lumpur as this state
have a very large connection.

The Best Way to Travel In Selangor

Taxi

Sunlight Radio Taxi             03-5512 1949
Anggerik Cab Enterprise         03-5513 2149

Please refer to Kuala Lumpur Transport because most of them are the same


                  Top Rated Hotel In Selangor

                              Book Now !!

Hilton Petaling Jaya
2, Jalan Barat,
46760 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor
03-7955 9122


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Holiday Villa
9, Jalan SS 12/1, Subang Jaya,
47500 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor
03-5633 8788


Palace of Golden Horses
Jalan Kuda Emas,
The Mines Resort City,
43300 Seri Kembang,
Selangor
03-8943 2333

Renaissance Palm Garden
Batu 7, Jalan Kajang-Puchong,
P.O Box 47,43000 Kajang,
Selangor
03-8943 2233

Sheraton Subang Hotel
Jalan SS 12/1 Subang Jaya,
47500 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor
03-5031-6060

Hyatt Regency Saujana
Km 2, Jalan Subang International Airport,
47200 Subang,
Selangor
03-746 1234

The Pan Pacific Glenmarie Residence
1, Jalan Usahawan u1/8,
Seksyen u1,40250 Subang,
Selangor
03-7803 1000




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Attraction In Selangor That You Don’t Want to Miss


Sepang International Circuit
One of the F1 circuit. Held lots of motor sports event such Grand Turismo
Japan. For motor sport lover this is a perfect stop for you.
http://www.malaysiangp.com.my

Batu Caves
A unique cave that has Hindus temple. This place is very entertaining during
Thaipusam. Most Hindus will gather during Thaipusam, many of the
pilgrims carry kavadis, large, brightly-decorated frameworks attached to a
melange of body-piercing implements. Very unique festival.Check out the
Malaysian calendar so that you will not the festive that attracts a lot of
people.

Sunway Lagoon
A fun place to enjoy yourself. This is the first theme park in Malaysia. I
highly recommend this place for family to enjoy. Opens from 12 noon-l0pm
Mon-Fri and 10am-10pm on weekends and holidays. Admission: RM 15
adults RM 10 children
http://www.sunway.com.my/lagoon/

National Zoo
Suitable to bring your children. Like other zoo this is a home for animal

Malaysia Agricultural Park
10 minutes from Shah Alam. The largest agro-forestry park in the world.
Contained samples of virtually every agricultural resource in the nation. The
park is open from 8:30 am to 6 pm daily, except Mondays. Admission is
RM2 for adults, RM1 for children. Bicycles are available here and buses
are only available on the weekend.

The Mines Wonderland
Mines is a modern recreational park built on the site of what was once the
world's largest open-cast tin-mining lake. You can enjoy shopping and
natural beauty at the lake. Boats are available around the lake.




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Taman Alam
At the foot of Bukit Melawati lies the natural reserve of Taman Alam,
covering 240 hectares. The Malaysian Nature Society has identified some
150 species of birds in Taman Alam, amongst them the rare spoon-billed
Sandpiper and Nordmann's Greenshank

Putrajaya
Some people say that it is not worth to visit this place but I think if you have
ample of time why don’t you give a try. The heart of Malaysian
administration. Enjoy the amazing landscape and unique Islamic building.
You can take the ERL line to go there.

Carey Island
Carey Island is famous for two things. First the great seafood and the
indigenous Mak Miri people who have a reputation for some of the world's
finest wooden masks. A day is enough to explore the island.

Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque
Known as the Blue Mosque by local Malaysia. I suggest you to visit this
mosque at night and bring your camera. It has a spectacular view at night.
Get the Komuter Line train from KL to Shah Alam station. From there, get
a taxi for the short ride to the Blue Mosque.




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                 Shopping Malls in Selangor

Amcorp Mall
18, Persiaran Barat,
Off Jalan Timur,
46050 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor
03-7958 5318

Jaya Shopping Center
Menara CAM, Jalan Semangat,
46100 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor
03-3343 7889

Kompleks PKNS
Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri,
Kompleks PKNS,Persiaran Tasik,
40505 Shah Alam
Selangor
03-5519 2211




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                                 Johore




                          Johore Map
          http://www.emmes.net/malaysia/regions/johor/map.asp

The second most developed state in Malaysia situated on the West of
Peninsular Malaysia. The nearest state to Singapore. If you like modern city
this should be one of your stop.

The Best Way to Travel In Johore

Taxi
Public Cab                      07-241 2916
Comfort Dial-A-Cab Service      07-332 2852/07-332 2390
City Dial-A-Cab Svc             07-357 3214




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                TOP RATED HOTEL IN JOHORE

                           Book Now !!

Eden Garden Hotel
88,Jalan Ibrahim Sultan,
80720 Johor Bahru,
Johor
607-221 9999


The Puteri Pan Pacific Hotel
The Kotaraya, P. O Box 293,
Jalan Abdullah Ibrahim,
80730 Johor Bahru
Johor
607-223 3333


The Pulai Desaru Beach
P.O Box 29, Bandar Penawar,
81900 Kota Tinggi
Johor
607-822 2222

Mutiara Hotel
Jalan Dato Sulaiman,
Century Garden,
80990 Johor Bahru,
Johor
607-333 3800




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Hyatt Regency
Jalan Sungai Chat,
P.O Box 222,
80720 Johor Bahru,
Johor,
607-222 1234

Prime City Hotel
20, Jalan Bakawali,
86000 Kluang,
Johor
607-771 1111


The M Suites Hotel
16, Jalan Skudai, Straits View,
80200 Johor Bahru,
Johor
607-221 1000


Sofitel Palm Resort
Jalan Persiaran Golf,
Off Jalan Jumbo,
81250 Senai,
Johor
607-599 6000




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   Attraction in Johore That You Don’t Want to Miss



Danga Bay
A very popular spot for relaxing with your loved one. A waterfront built that
suitable for every age level. Very nice view of Singapore during the sunset.


Gunung Ledang (Mount Ophir)
One of the legendary Mount in Malaysia that is associated with Princess of
Gunung Ledang. Lots of outdoor activities such as mountain trails, exotic
flora and fauna and icy waterfalls.


Desaru
There are numerous of water activities that you can do here such as banana
boat, water skiing, snorkeling and canoeing. If like such activities this place
is a perfect place for you.


International Ferry Terminal
There is a DUTY FREE ZONE that is suitable for shopping. In addition
there are various type of seafood that you can enjoy here.



Pasir Gudang Circuit
Motor sport center for Johore’s local. They provide facilities such go kart
and lots more. This place is also famous as a picnic spot.


Johore Art Gallery
A gallery with a commitment to the rich Malay heritage. Its exhibits are
geared to clothings, weapons, currency, manuscripts and examples of
calligraphy, ceramic objects and fine art.



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                      Shopping mall in Johore



City Square
The most accessible mall in Johore Bharu, an easy walk from Malaysian
customs. Has a good range of shops, with a Singapore run Cathay Cineplex
on the fifth floor. There is also a food court run by Singapore-based Food
Junction.


Holiday Plaza
A three-storey shopping mall.Taxi usually not more than RM5 or bus to get
here from Malaysian customs. This is the place to buy electronics, DVDs,
VCDs, CDs, PS2 games, Xbox games, Nintendo games and PC games at
slightly cheaper price than those shops near the custom complex.



AEON Tebrau City
The largest mall in JB, with a sprawling supermarket and numerous
international retail franchises like Giordano's, MNG, Esprit, Dorothy
Perkin's, and the list goes on. All ranges of food available, from Italian fine-
dining to fast food joints like Pizza Hut to local favourites at the food court
on the 3rd level. Upmarket shopping, mid-range goods, food, departmental
store, movies, karaoke and entertainment all under one roof. There are town
buses. Taxi rides from the Malaysian customs should not cost more than
RM20



JARO Handicrafts Center
he JARO Handicrafts Centre is located along Jalan Sungai Chat sells hand-
made cane furniture, soft toys, rattan baskets and customised book-binds,
among others, all produced by the physically disabled charges of the state
government.




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Plaza Kota Raya

It is relatively old shopping centre compared to the nearby City Square.
Visit the supermarket to find Malaysian products and groceries. A walking
distance from the Malaysia custom.


Plaza Pelangi
It has a supermarket (Cold Storage) and a wide variety of branded fashion
shops and nice restaurants/cafes like McDonald's, and Coffee Bean.




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                         Island in Johore


Pulau Besar
Take a boat ride from Mersing. It takes 30 minutes from Mersing


Pulau Rawa
Take a boat ride from Mersing. It takes about 30minutes to . Open from
7a.m


Pulau Aur
Take a boat ride from Mersing or Tanjung Leman. It takes about 5 hours
from Mersing.


Pulau Sibu
Take a boat ride from Tanjung Leman. It takes about 20 minutes. Open
from 11a.m-4.30p.m


Pulau Pemanggil
Take a boat ride from Mersing or Tanjung Leman. It takes 3hours


Pulau Tinggi
Take a boat ride from Tanjung Leman. It takes 40minutes




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                               Eating Out



Taman Seri Tebrau Hawker Center
Doesn't look like much choice, but very popular among locals and
Singaporean alike. Get here before noon, as most stalls close after the
nearby wet market winds down. Variety choice of local food


Johor Jaya Hawker Center
Located across the road from Daiman Bowling mall. Be there and find local
food that aren’t available at other places.


Danga Bay Bayleaf Food Park.
The latest venture in waterfront development, Danga Bay houses a fairly
well-run food court with a wide selection of food all fairly reasonable priced.
Enjoy the view of Singapore while you dine. A romantic place for couple


Nasi Lemak Senibong
Located in Kampung Senibong , serving one of the best Nasi Lemak in
Johor Bahru. Costing RM4 per plate, it is of coconut flavoured rice, chicken
(comes in three flavours), an egg and sambal (traditional malay chili sauce)


Warisan Anjung Seri
A popular joint for the local. More well known for its concept of tree top
dining experience. There is even a nightly angklung performance. Must
book in advance to get a sitting on top of a tree.


Bamboo Restaurant.
It is located in Jalan Sutera 1, Taman Sentosa. Most well known among the
Singaporeans and outstation travellers who come to specifically sample the
"Paper wrapped Chicken". It is a dish which is filled with chinese herbs
and then baked in oven. Costs about RM12 per chicken.


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                                   Perak




                            Perak Map
            http://www.emmes.net/malaysia/cities/ipoh/map.asp



Perak is the fourth largest state in Malaysia. First let me tell you how to get
there. Let me assume that you just arrive in KLIA. There are several ways
that you can get to Perak but I will explain you the easiest way and the
cheapest way to get to Perak.

       Additional Transport Guide to Get to Perak

Flight

The fastest and the easiest way to go is to fly by Malaysian Airlines(MAS) .
The fare is not too expensive. Highly Recommended

Triton Bus

The bus will pick you up at KLIA. You don’t need to go to other bus
terminal, it is in the KLIA airport itself. Very easy and cheap. Make sure that
you buy the right ticket or otherwise you will miss your bus or you have to
wait hours for the next bus. Very comfortable




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The Best Way to Travel in Perak

Taxi
Radio Cab          05-254 0421/253 4188
Outstation Cab     05-241 2189/254 0421




                        Bus terminal in Ipoh

Medan Kidd
Placed in the center of Ipoh this bus station offers town bus around Ipoh.
Most of the bus fare around Ipoh cost below RM1

Medan Gopeng
This is the hub for buses outside state. If you are from Kuala Lumpur you
will stop at this station.




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   Attraction In Perak That You Don’t Want to Miss


Pangkor Island
A favorite spot for tourist around the world. Eat fresh seafood at cheap
price. Water activities also available here
 http://www.pulau-pangkor.com/

Teluk Intan Leaning Tower
This tower looks like the Pisa Leaning Tower. This tower was built
accidentally. Now this place is a tourist spot.

Taiping Lake Garden
This lake probably has the best view in Malaysia. Suitable for jogging
especially in the morning. Surrounded with trees that shades the lake.
Taiping is a nice town to relax your mind and enjoy the nature.

Tempurong Cave
Do you like cave adventure? Try this cave and you will love it. The largest
limestone cave in Malaysia. Situated in the middle of the North-South
Expressway

Lost World of Tambun
Offers entertainment for the whole family. A water theme park that situated
in Tambun. About 10 minutes form Ipoh. This is a brand new theme park.
http://www.sunway.com.my/lostworldoftambun/main-tb.asp

Kellie’s Castle
A European castle that was built by William Kellie Smith who was a rubber
planter. He wishes to have a home in Perak similar to his hometown’s house
in England

Taiping Night Safari
The only zoo in Malaysia that opens at night. Suitable for children to
experience night at the zoo. You don’t need to walk around the zoo because
the zoo provides a train ride that will take you around the zoo. Near the
Taiping Lake Garden. Close at 12 midnight.
http://www.zootaiping.gov.my/



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Bukit Larut
Malaysia’s oldest and smallest hill resort located nearby Taiping Lake
Garden. Jogging will be a lot more fun here. Enjoy the refreshing air during
the early morning. Enjoy the spectacular view from the summit. Cottage is
also available at the summit.


Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery
Store all the gifts that were given to the Sultan. This exclusive gallery will
tell tons of information about the Sultan and Perak. The Sultan is also a fan
of the exotic Rolls Royce car. There are several of them are show in this
gallery. Please note that no camera is allowed in this gallery.


Istana kenangan
The first palace in Perak for the Sultan. Situated in the royal town of Kuala
Kangsar. This palace is next to the old palace. What is unique about this
palace is that this palace was built without a single nails. Now this palace is
used as a museum.


Ubudiah Mosque
Situated in Bukit Chandan Kuala Kangsar. This mosque is one of the most
beautiful mosque in Malaysia. You may see this mosque on television
during the prayer’s time. Bring your camera when you come here

Malay College Kuala Kangsar
Among the first residential school in Malaysia that was built by the British.
This school use the White House system on their building names which
include the east wing and the west wing. If you look it for the first you
wouldn’t think that this building is a school. It looks like a 100 years old
museum.

Bukit Merah Lake Town Resort
A water theme park situated on the northern part of Perak. There is a large
lake around it. Besides there is an Orang Utan care center that is a
sanctuary for Orang Utan
http://www.bukitmerahresort.com.my/


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                     Shopping Mall in Perak



Kinta City Complex
You may find this shopping complex in city of Ipoh. This is the most
famous shopping complex for local people. A variety of food choice
available. Cab from Medan Kidd cost about RM12


Ipoh Parade
Opposite Ipoh City Council. Cab to this shopping complex from the Medan
Kidd station cost about RM5.


Yik Foong Plaza
Quite similar to the Low Yat Plaza in Kuala Lumpur. This shopping
complex is packed with electronic gadgets. Get the latest DVD here or find
you favorite PS2,PS3 and Xbox games here. Cab from Medan Kidd cost
about RM5.


Greentown Mall
Do you like hand phone? This mall is full with the latest hand phone in the
market. Bargain is a must here but beware of pirated hand phone. Cab from
Medan Kidd cost about RM7




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                       Night Market in Perak


Gerbang Malam
Opens daily from 8p.m-12p.m. You will see a huge crowd during the
weekend. The most famous night market in Ipoh


                         Eating Out in Perak

Doli Kuey Teow

Once this restaurant is only a stall at the night market. But then the delicious
flat rice noodles has change it to a fully air conditioned restaurant. Placed at
Taiping this is one of the best kuey teow restaurant in Malaysia.

Mee Rebus Ramlee
The well known Mee Rebus (Curry Noodle) is situated in the heart of Ipoh.
There are three branches in Ipoh. Just tell the taxi driver Mee Rebus Ramlee
they will know it.




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                                   Penang




The third most developed city in Malaysia. To me this state is a must visit
state because there are so many attraction here . As for your information this
is my favorites state. There are lots of thing to do here.

                          Penang Map
   http://www.emmes.net/malaysia/regions/penang/map_georgetown.asp

      Additional Transport Guide To Get To Penang

Bus

If you are from Kuala Lumpur this state is quite a distance for you. Please
note that there are two different types of bus route. First the bus will stop at
Butterworth which is outside Penang Island. So you will have to take a ferry
to the island. The other one will directly stop on the island. Please ask your
bus operator where does the bus stop

Drive

Like the bus this state is quite far from Kuala Lumpur. So I don’t think
driving is the best way to get here. But if you still like to drive please take
the North-South Expressway. This expressway is not free so you will have
to pay for the toll.



The Best Way to Travel in Penang

Taxi
Sunshine Taxi Service             04-642 5961
C T Radio Taxi Service            04-229 9467


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MCI Radio Taxi Services         04-281 4534

Trishaw
A traditional transport in Penang. Suitable for short distance journey

Bus
Komtar Gunung Raya Agency 04-263 1099
Plusliner                 04-229 9961
Tranasional               04-261 2427


 Attraction In Penang Island That You Don’t Want To
                        Miss


Batu Ferringi              (1km night market)
This is a must visit place for tourist. You will enjoy the night life here.
You will enjoy the beach here and in the evening people will gather at the
beach to see the sunset. At night there will be a night market along the road
for about 1km. You can buy lots of souvenirs here at dirt cheap price, do
remember to bargain.


Jerjak Island              (private beach)
Once this place was a prison for the most dangerous criminal in Malaysia.
As time flies the prison is no longer here and developer has developed it as a
private island for the rich. If you have tons of money and like privacy this
place is absolutely for you
http://www.jerejakresort.com/island.htm




The Little India of Georgetown

Heaven for Indian. Women will love this place because there are lots of item
to buy. Traditional medicine are also available here. Spice also is a must
when you come here. Taste the original taste of curry



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Botanical Gardens
The gardens were established by Charles Curtis from British way back in
1884; it's generally known as Waterfall Gardens by the local community.
Every morning, local people come to the gardens to perform their daily
exercises like walking, jogging, running, trekking, aerobic dance or perhaps
Tai Chi

Penang Hill
Penang Hill probably has the best view of Georgetown and Penang Bridge,
especially at night. Go up via the Penang Hill Railway, a fascinating little
cable train service that lifts you out of the heat and humidity of the coastal
plain and up to a fabulous view and cool breezes. When you reach the
summit you can walk around the hilltop, stop for tea, enjoy a leisurely lunch,
buy a souvenir, try to photograph Georgetown and the Strait, or simply
breathe deep lungs full of cool mountain air. Leave a good 2-3 hours
minimum to get to the top and return once buying your ticket. The trains can
be crowded and you may have to wait some time in queue at the bottom and
top.

Snake Temple
Was built in 1850 in the memory of the renowned Chinese monk Chor Soo
Kong, the Snake Temple is situated in the small town of Bayan Lepas and
is famous for the fact that it has pit vipers living on the temple ground.
Legend has it, that Chor Soo Kong, who was also a healer, gave shelter to
the snakes of jungle. After the completion of the temple, snakes appeared on
their own accord. Today the snake population of the Temple of the Azure
Cloud is very small, due to the urbanization of the area, but you can still see
them coiled up on the altar tables, and touch them if you are brave enough.
Originally the snakes were said to be rendered inoffensive by the smell of
the incenses, but just for good measure, today the resident vipers are
devenomed. RM5 for adult foreigner and RM1 for children.



Tropical Spice Garden
The Tropical Spice Garden, which is located in a 8 acre valley fronting the
shores of Teluk Bahang showchase a landscaped garden that consist of
tropical collection from all over the world. The garden has over 100 varieties
of tropical spice and herbs plant and a huge collection of exotic flora.


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OE Jewellery Factory Tour
Located in the Penang Free Industrial Zone, the OE Factory tour offers a
rare chance to see how world class fine jewellery is made. Exporting to more
than 39 countries worldwide, this is a chance to buy direct from them. Open
10 AM-5 PM daily


War Museum
 Located at southeastern of Penang, this museum could be the largest living
war museum in Asia. It is the mighty military fortress built in 1930's by
British to protect the island from enemies. The British Royal Engineers and
a work force comprises of local labourers blasted and dug into the hill to
create a fort with underground military tunnels, intelligence and logistic
center, halls, offices, ventilation shafts, canon firing bays, sleeping querters,
cook houses as well as medical infirmary. Opens Daily




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                Shopping Mall in Penang Island


Bukit Jambul Shopping Mall
Quite an old shopping mall in Penang Island but local people still like this
place. You need to take a cab to get here.

Queensbay Mall
The latest shopping mall that in Penang. Located nearby the Penang Bridge
and Penang Airport. Sunset will never be the same here as you will see flight
boarding here. There are lots of designer boutique that offer cheap price at
the shopping mall
 http://www.queensbay.com.my/

Gurney Drive (shopping & local food)
The best place to eat local food by the beach side. There are lots of stalls that
serve local food. Besides there is a shopping complex nearby. You can find
Versace boutique and lots of designer label there

Midlands Megamall
Variety of hand phone available here. Buy your new hand phone at cheap
price

Carrefour
Shop you groceries at this mall.

Tesco
Also suitable for you to buy groceries

Prangin Mall
Just a medium shopping mall.


Sunshine Square
The first shopping mall in Penang. Quite an old fashion shopping mall.




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                        Eating out in Penang

Gurney Drive
Located on the northern side of Georgetown, toward Tanjung Bungah. The
most famous street for food stall. Walking along the beach will be perfect
after you have your meal. Shopping complex is also nearby
http://www.gurneyplaza.info/

Swatow Lane
One of the side lanes along Burmah Road, the street is packed with food
stalls selling variety of local food.

Penang Road
One of the main roads in Penang, famous for the teochew cendol, assam
laksa and chicken rice. Some of the local people willing to travel hundred of
kilometer just to taste the nice cendol

Padang Kota
Home of the Malay food in Penang Island. Famous for the delicious Yong
Tau Fu.A favorite spot among the Malays.


                            Must Try Food

Penang Laksa
A bowl of rice noodles in a spicy and sour tamarind-based fish soup

Satay
Traditional Malay dish that skewers meat on a wooden stick. Often served
with cucumbers, onions and ketupat (Malay rice cake)

Char Kuay Teow
Fried flat rice noodles with seafood. This is my favorite food

Nasi Kandar
An Indian Muslim dish of mixed rice with an assortment of meat and
seafood curries. Try this out at Line Clear nearby the Penang Road. This is
also my favorite. For me it is a miss if you don’t try this food. Highly
recommended



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                                    Kedah




                            Kedah Map
         http://www.tourismmalaysia.de/maps/map-perlis-kedah.gif

This state is quite similar to Perlis. Most part of this state are covered with
paddy field so you will see a lot of green paddy field while you were here.
This state is very suitable for green lovers.

The Best Way to Travel In Kedah

Taxi
Taxi Station        04-925 5303/04-762 2085
                    04-464 4490
Cab Cakaran         04-468 1880


                     Top Rated Hotel in Kedah
                           Book Now !!

Park Avenue
E-1 Jalan Indah Dua,
Taman Sejati Indah,
08000 Sungai Petani,
Kedah
604-431 7777

Alor Setar Holiday Villa
Lot 162/163, Jalan Tunku Ibrahim,
05000 Alor Setar,
Kedah


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604-734 9999
Cinta Sayang Hotel
Persiaran Cinta Sayang,
08000 Sungai Petani,
Kedah
604-442 4666

Swiss Inn Sungai Petani
1, Jalan Pahlawan,
Taman Pahlawan,
08000 Sungai Petani,
Kedah
604-422 3333

Grand Crystal Hotel
40, Jalan Kampong Perak,
05100 Alor Setar, Kedah,
604-731 3333

Desa Utara Pedu Lake
K.B 2, Pejabat Pos,
Kuala Nerang,
06300 Kuala Nerang,
Kedah
604-723 4888

Pedu Golf & Lake Resort
K.B 2, Km 90,
Jalan Langgar Pokok Sena,
06300 Kuala Nerang,
Kedah
604-730 4888

Cinta Sayang Golf & Club
Persiaran Cinta Sayang,
08000 Sungai Petani,
Kedah,
604-441 4666




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Attraction In Kedah That You Don’t Want To Miss


The Tree Top Walk
The longest canopy walk in the world. It is about 950m in length. You can
admire the spectacular view while you cross it. Experience the unforgettable
flora and fauna that is far from the city.

Langkawi Island
An ideal place for shopping and enjoy the beach. A perfect place to relax.
This island is a DUTY FREE ISLAND. You can find cheap crockeries here.
One of the well known shop here is ‘Idaman Suri’. Furthermore you can
enjoy its beach, it claims to have clean beaches and there are among the best
in the world. Highly recommended to go to this place.
http://www.langkawi-online.com/

Pulau Payar Marine Park
Do you like diving or snorkeling? This place is among the top place in
Malaysia for diving spot. People all over the world come here to enjoy the
under water life.

Pedu Lake
Famous with water activities such as fishing, water skiing and canoeing.
You can rent a boat out for fishing.

Pekan Rabu
Find local food and cheap souvenir here. There are numerous stall you can
find here.

Other Attraction in Kedah
Mount Jerai
Kuala Kedah Fort
Bukit Recreational Forest Hijau
Balai Besar (Great Hall)
Kedah State Museum
Alor Setar Tower
Balai Nobat
Zahir Mosque
Birthplace of Dr. Mahathir Mohamad


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                   Shopping Malls in Kedah


Pacific Hypermarket
888,Kompleks Star Parade,
Jalan Teluk Wanjah,
05200 Alor Setar, Kedah.
04-734 3668
Open hours 10a.m-10p.m

Pasaraya Yamata Jitra
1,Bandar Darulaman,
06000 Jitra, Kedah
04-917 6163
Open hours 10a.m-10p.m

Kompleks MPKS
Jalan Kolam Air,
05000 Alor Setar, Kedah.
04-731 9650
Open hours 10a.m-10p.m




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                                   Perlis




                              Perlis Map
            http://www.cuti.com.my/Sub/Perlis/kangar_map.htm


The smallest state in Malaysia. Situated on the North of Malaysia. Kangar is
the capital of Perlis. There are lots of paddy field in this state. You can see
green everywhere in this state.

The Best Way to Travel in Perlis

Taxi
Seri Maju Kuala Perlis 04-985 5394
Teksi Luarbandar Utara 04-976 5375

Bus
Ebban      04-976 3572
Megat Halime    04-976 4735




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                      Top Rated Hotel in Perlis

                             Book Now !!

Putra Palace
135, Persiaran Jubli Emas,
01000 Kangar, Perlis,
604-976 7755

Bukit Air Jungle Park
Jalan Sungai Batu Pahat,
01000 Kangar,
Perlis
604-977 0710

Pens Hotel
Jalan Besar,
02000 Kuala Perlis,
Perlis
604-985 4122




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   Attraction in Perlis That You Don’t Want to Miss


Bukit Kubu Recreational Forest
The recreational park has a natural limestone cave in the forested Wang
Pinang limestone hill. You can have cave expedition here but first you need
to get the permission from Perlis Forestry Department: 604-977-6626

Kelam Cave
A very unique cave to explore that connects two town. It has a magnificent
stalactite and stalagmite. It length is about 370 meter. Famous with the
natural sound that created by nature itself.

Padang Besar
The border of Malaysia and Thailand. This place is a famous place for
Malaysian to shopping. There are various of item you can buy here.

Wang Kelian State Park
Suitable for nature lover to admire the nature to the fullest. Rich with flora
and fauna that rarely seen in other parts of the world. Lots of outdoor
activities that you can do here such as camping

Kuala Perlis
Plenty of local food that you can find here. One of the special local food is
Perlis Laksa that you don’t want to miss out. In addition there are numerous
of restaurant that serve fresh seafood.


Other Attraction in Perlis

The Snake and Reptile Farm
Perlis Herb Gardens
Melati Lake
Wang Burma Caves
Perlis Craft Cultural Complex
Perlis State Museum
Malay World Weaponry Museum
Museum Kota Kayang




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                               Terengganu




                        Terangganu Map
        http://www.emmes.net/malaysia/regions/terengganu/map.asp

This state is full with beaches that is well known in the world. I really don’t
have any idea to talk about this state but this state is very famous with
Songket weaving which I think you should buy one because I myself like
that Songket very much. One more thing you should try is ‘Keropok’ fish
cracker. When I come to Terengganu the fish cracker is a must to me
sometimes I bought them as much as 5kg.

The Best Way to Travel in Terengganu

Taxi
Koperasi Teksi Melayu 09-622 6052
Mamat Abdullah Cab         09-2681 1769




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               Top Rated Hotel in Terengganu

                            Book Now !!

Grand Continental Hotel
Daerah 8,
Jalan Sultan Zainal Abidin,
20000 Kuala Terengganu,
Terengganu
609-625 1888

Hotel D’ Menanti
120, Jalan Sultan Ismail,
20200 Kuala Terengganu,
Terengganu
609-622 5266

Permai Park Inn International
Jalan Sultan Mahmud,
20400 Kuala Terengganu,
Terengganu
609-622 2122

Primula Park Royal
P.O Box 43, Jalan Persinggahan,
20904 Kuala Terengganu,
Terengganu
609-622 2100

Awan Kijal Beach & Golf Resort
Km 28, Jalan Kemamn-Dungun,
24100 Kemaman,
Terengganu
609-8641188




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  Attraction in Terengganu That You Don’t Want To
                       Miss

Rantau Abang
A favorite place for tourist to see live giant leatherback turtles lays their
eggs. Most of the tourist come within May- September. A must visit place
for you if you come to Terangganu

Tasik Kenyir
The biggest man made lake in Malaysia. There are lots of animal you see
around this lake even a tiger and the rare tapir. Bring you camera!! Don’t
miss the nice view

Tanjung Jara
Surfing and sailing is must here. The powerful waves will challenge your
surfing skills. The wave is waiting for you. So be here

Marang Beach
Do you like squid? How but try to catch them. Here you can experience
squid fishing and eat them fresh after catching them.

Floating Mosque
The reflection of the water won’t miss you camera lens . This mosque is
very unique and you have tonsc of angel to take picture. Make sure you have
enough batteries

Perhentian Island
A favourite spot for tourist from all of the world. There are lots of water
activities you can enjoy here. For more information
http://www.perhentianisland.com.my/howtogetthere.htm




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              Other Attraction In Terengganu

Duyung Island
State Museum
Pasar Payang (Central Market)
Istana Maziah
Bukit Rakit Beach (Delicious Seafood)
Sutera Semai Centre
Princess Hill Fort
Sungai Ceralak Waterfalls




               Shopping Malls In Terengganu

Astaka Shopping Center
Komplex Taman Selera,
Tanjung Mukim Bandar,
Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu,
09-6624 7300

Emporium Hock Kee Seng
76, Jalan Sultan Ismail,
Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu,
09-623 3188

The Store Kuala Terengganu
218-1 Jalan Bandar,
20100 Kuala Terengganu,
Terengganu,
09-622 5399




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                                Kelantan




                             Kelantan Map
                http://www.kelantan.gov.my/images/mapkb.jpg

A state that full with Malay culture. State at the border of Thailand and
Malaysia. Kota Bharu is the capital of the state.

The Best Way to Travel In Kelantan

Taxi
Kelantan Taxi             09-744 7104




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                Top rated Hotel in Kelantan

                          Book Now !!

Renaissance Kota Bahru
Kota Sri Mutiara,
Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra,
15150 Kota Bahru,
Kelantan
609-746 2233

Sutera Inn Prima
Jalan Dusun Muda,
Off Jalan Bayam,
15200 Kota Bahru,
Kelantan
609-774 1000

Grand Riverview Hotel
Section 9, Jalan Post Office,
Kota Bahru 15000,
Kelantan
609-743 9988

New Pacific Hotel
Jalan Pengkalan Chepa,
Seksyen 26,
15400 Kota Bahru,
Kelantan
609-747 9595

Perdana Hotel
P.O Box 222,
Jalan Mahmood,
15720 Kota Bahru,
Kelantan
609-744 7621


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Attraction in Kelantan that you Don’t Want to miss


Wakaf Che Yeh
A shopping centre for most of the Malaysian. Buy anything here at a cheap
price and you can bargain anything you want. Find you favorite teddy bear
here. Cheap textile

Rantau Panjang FREE TRADE ZONE
Situated on the border of Thailand. This place is full with Thailand’s
product. Buy your favorite football jersey here.

Kite Making Centre
Kelantan is famous with the traditional kite called ‘WAU’ similar to the
Malaysia Airlines icon. You can buy this kite as souvenir to bring back
home.

Buluh Kubu Complex
Batik is a traditional sarong that is worn by women. Find hand made batik
here at cheap price. The 3 storey building was located apposite with Tax
and Revenue Office in Kota Bharu mid city.

Siti Khadijah Central Market
A perfect place to buy the best local food in Malaysia. I suggest you to try
the ‘Serunding’ a spicy meat that was dried or you can try ‘Dodol’ a sweet.

Other Attraction in Kelantan
Merdeka Square
State Museum
Pantai Seri Tujuh ( Beach of Seven Lagoons)
Istana Balai Besar
Bank Kerapu (World War II Memorial)
Pantai Cahaya Bulab ( Beach of Moonlight)




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                  Shopping Malls in Kelantan




Kota Bharu Mall
Situated at the heart of Kota Bharu

Billion Shopping Center
Kota Sri Mutiara,
Lot 97, Sekyen 21,
Jalan Pasir Puteh,
1510 Kota Bharu, Kelantan
09-748 3221
Open Hours 10a.m-10p.m

Pantai Timur Shopping Center
Jalan Pintu Pong,
Kota Bharu,
Kelantan.
09-748 3221
Open hours 9.30a.m-10p.m

Jalan Jedok,
Tanah Merah,
Kelantan
09-954 2221
Open hours
10.30a.m-10.30p.m




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                                  Pahang




                           Pahang Map
          http://www.emmes.net/malaysia/regions/pahang/map.asp

Pahang is the largest state in West Malaysia. Most of the hills in the
Malaysia state in this country.

The Best Way to Travel in Pahang

Taxi
Cameron Highlands Taxi                       05-491 2355
Perkhidmatan Teraj                           09-355 3997

Bus
Cepat Express                               09-222 1144
Kuantan KL Express Omnibus                  09-515 0991
Transnasional Express                       09-515 6740




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                  Top Rated Hotel in Pahang

                               Book Now !!

Mutiara Taman Negara Resort
Kuala Tahan,
27000 Jerantut,
Pahang
609-266 2200

Hyatt Regency Kuantan
Jalan Teluk Cempedak, Kuantan,
25050 Pahang
609-566 1234

De Rhu Beach Resort
152, Sungai Karang, Beserah,
26100 Kuantan,
Pahang
609-557 9000

Grand Continental Hotel
Jalan Gambut,
25000 Kuantan,
Pahang
609-515 8888

Hotel Vistana Kuantan
Jalan Telok Sisek,
25000 Kuantan, Pahang
609-568 8000

M.S Garden Hotel Kuantan
Lot 5 & 10, Lorong Gambut,
Off Jalan Berserah,
25300 Kuantan,
Pahang
609-517 7899



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Pacific Hotel
60-62, Jalan Bukit Ubi,
25200 Kuantan,
Pahang
609-514 1980

Club Mediteranee
29th Mile Kuantan-Kemaman Rd.
26080 Kuantan,
Pahang
609-581 9133

Holiday Villa Cherating
Lot 1303, Mukim Sungai Karang,
Cherating,
26080 Kuantan,
Pahang
609-581 9500

Swiss Garden Resort
Lot 2656-2657,
Mukim Sungai Karang Berserah,
26100 Kuantan,
Pahang
609-581 9000

Genting Hotel
Genting Highlands Resort,
69000 Pahang
603-6101 1118

Strawberry Park Resort
P.O Box 81, Lot 195 & 196,
Tanah Rata, 39100 Cameron
Highlands, Pahang
605-491 1166




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Attraction In Pahang That You Don’t Want to Miss

Cherating Beach
One of the most beautiful island in Malaysia. Also known as ‘Surfer
Heaven’ by most people in the world. In addition the first ‘Club Med’
situated here. A very luxury beach to relax. The best time to wind surf and
surf is between November and December.
http://www.clubmed.com.my/cherating/

Cameron Highlands
Smell the fresh aroma of tea leaves. There is no other place like this one in
Malaysia. Experience the refreshing air with butterfly and enjoy the fresh
fruits. A perfect place to buy fresh flower especially roses to give to your
love one

Lake Chini
A legendary lake in Malaysia. If you come between August and September
you will see floral from the water surface blooming in colourful scenery.

Genting Highlands
City of Fun. This is place is a must if you like theme park. There are lot of
activities that you can do here such as gambling very famous here, boating,
golfing and lots more. Besides you can admire the nature while you are in
the cable car.
http://www.genting.com.my/

Taman Negara
If you love wild life you this is a place for you. The oldest rainforest in the
world. There are a lot of rare species that you can find here. This rainforest
has a very complex ecosystem. Highly recommended for wildlife lover.
http://www.taman-negara.com/

Other Attraction
Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary
Charah Caves
Beserah Beach
Romping and Lanjut Beach
Sultan Ahmad Shah Mosque
Gunung Senyum Caves
Empangan Janeh


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                  Shopping Malls in Pahang


Berjaya Megamall
1, Jalan Tun Ismail 6,
25000 Kuantan,
Pahang
609-508 8188

Kuantan Parade
Jalan Haji Abdul Rahman,
Kuantan,
Pahang
609-513 4388

Kuantan Plaza
Lorong Tun Ismail,
Kuantan, Pahang

Terumtum Complex
Jalan Mahkota,
25000 Kuantan, Pahang




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                            Negeri Sembilan




                       Negeri Sembilan map
         http://nsembilan.jkr.gov.my/RoadNews/serembanmap.jpg


I don’t have much to say about this state but this state is very near to Kuala
Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). What I like about this state is the
unique design of its house roof.

The Best Way To Travel In Negeri Sembilan

Taxi
Sn Cab                    06-767 1913
Seremban Cab        `     06-601 5555

Bus
Cekap Express             06-761 0488




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            Top Rated Hotel in Negeri Sembilan

                           Book Now !!

Hilton Seremban
Jalan Dato A.S Dawood,
70000 Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan
606-766 6666

Allson Klana Bandar Baru Nilai
PT 7182, Jalan BBN 1/2e,
Bandar Baru Nilai,
71800 Nilai,
Negeri Sembilan
606-850 3888

Royal Adelphi
Jalan Dato A.S Dawood,
70100 Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan
606-766 6666

Guaman Port Dickson
Km 16, Jalan Pantai Teluk Kemang,
71050 Si Rusa Port Dickson,
Negeri Sembilan
606-662 7878

Avillion Village Resort
3rd Mile, Jalan Pantai,
71000 Port Dickson
Negeri Sembilan
606-647 6688

Corus Paradise Resort
Km 3 ½, Jalan Pantai,
71000 Port Dickson,
Negeri Sembilan


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606-647 7600

Regency Hotel & Resort
Batu 5, Jalan Pantai,
71050 Port Dickson,
Negeri Sembilan
606-647 4090

Costa Rica Hotel And Apartment
325, 1st Mile,
Jalan Rumah Rehat,
71000 Negeri Sembilan
606-647 9999

Tanjung Tuan Beach Resort
Batu 5, Jalan Pantai, Teluk Kemang,
71050 Port Dickson
Negeri Sembilan
606-647 3013




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Attraction In Negeri Sembilan That You Don’t Want to
                        Miss

Port Dickson
Offer lot of water activities and a famous spot for the local people. A nice
place to relax with your family

Sri Menanti Grand Palace
To me this building is very unique and have a lot of history. A nice place to
take photos.

Jelita Ostrich Show Farm
Experience to ride an ostrich here. You don’t have to worry about them they
have well trained workers to control this animal.

Pedas Wet World
After a long journey this place is a perfect place for you to relax and have a
hot spring bath. Besides that you can enjoy the theme park.

Cultural Handicraft Complex
A wonderful place for you to buy souvenir for your family or friends.

Kijang Waterfall
Feel the refreshing waterfall to relief your stress. A famous camping site for
the local and foreigner


Other Attraction in Negeri Sembilan
Tampin District Museum
Kota Lukut
Jeram Gading
State Secretarial Building
Kampung Pelegong Homestay
Ulu Bendul Recreational Forest Reserve




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            Shopping Malls in Negeri Sembilan



Plaza Ampangan
FF 8, Bangunan Plaza Ampangan,
Jalan Kuala Pilah,
70400 Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan
606-762 8910

Seremban Parade
Lot 4937, Jalan Dato’,
Jalan Tunggal, 70000 Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan
606-764 8282

Terminal 1 Shopping Center
20B, Jalan Lintang,
70000 Seremban,
Negeri Sembilan
606-764 0927

Tampin Shopping Center
111, Jalan Besar,
73000 Tampin,
Negeri Sembilan
606- 444 2007

Billion Shopping Center
Lot 231, Jalan Nilai 3/8,
Kawasan Perindustrian Nilai 3,
71800 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan,
606-799 2322




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                                 Malacca




                          Malacca Map
       http://www.emmes.net/malaysia/regions/melaka/map_city.asp

Malacca is the most historical state in Malaysia. If your ancestor is from
Holland or Japan maybe they were buried around this town during the early
days of Malaysia. You can see lots of historical evidence on this state

The Best Way to Travel In Malacca

Taxi
Taxi Station                                  06-282 3630
Malacca Taxi Cab Operator Association         06-283 2190

Trishaw
You can get a trishaw easily here. If you like to see around the town this is a
perfect choice




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                 Top Rated Hotel In Malacca

                            Book Now !!

Hotel Equatorial
Jalan Bandar Hilir,
75000 Melaka
606-282 8333

A’ Famosa Resort Hotel
Jalan Kamus, Simpang Empat,
78000 Alor Gajah,
Melaka
606-552 0888

The Golden Legacy
146, Jalan Hang Tuah,
75300 Melaka
606-281 6868

Grand Continental Melaka Hotel
20,Jalan Tun Sri Lanang,
75100 Melaka
606-284 0088


Hotel Seri Costa
Jalan PM8, Plaza Mahkota,
75000 Melaka




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Attraction In Melacca That You Don’t Want To Miss

A’Famosa
One of the oldest and historical building in Malaysia. A must visit place if
like to know Malaysia history. Almost destroyed by British 19th century and
what left today only the entrance

Cape Rachado (Tanjung Tuan)
On the top located the originally built Lighthouse by the Portuguese. There
are lots of bird species around here and a very famous place for birdwatcher.

St. Paul’s Church
Once the prayer house of the Portuguese Catholics, then turned into burial
ground for their noble dead by the Dutch. The tombstones have Latin and
Portuguese inscriptions on them. A very historical place for both Malaysian
and Portuguese

The Stadhuys
The only building in the town that was full red colour. This building was
built by the Dutch and believe to be the oldest Dutch building in the East.

Jonker Walk
A Baba-Nyoya heritage. The buildings are immaculately constructed with
elaborate carvings on its pillars and walls. Today it is a paradise for antique
collector. Most of them have a historical value of Malacca

Mini Malaysia
Replica for all 13 of Malaysia house. You can see the different at every
state. Each of the house has their own criteria

Other Attraction In Malacca
Butterfly And Reptile Sanctuary
Saint Fracis Xavier’s Church
Tanjung Bidara
Hang Tuah’s Well
Hang Li Poh’s Well
Maritime Museum
Kampung Kling’s Mosque
Baba & Nyoya Heritage Museum
Chenng Hoon Teng Temple


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                  Shopping Malls in Malacca



Jaya Jusco Malacca
Lot 4991, Mukim Bukit Baru,
75450 Air Keroh, Melaka
06-2324 889

Kota Mas Shopping Center
75000 Ayer Keroh,
Melaka
06-2316 699

Mahkota Parade
1,Jalan Merdeka, Bandar Hilir,
75000, Melaka
06- 282 6151

Plaza Melaka Raya
02-88, Plaza Melaka Raya,
5, Jalan Merdeka,
Taman Melaka Raya,
75000 Melaka
06-226 8999

Tesco Melaka
1,Jalan Tun Abdul Razak,
75400 Peringgit, Melaka
06-2882 000




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                                  Sabah




I have a bad news for you because I am not going to explain about this state
but the good news is that I have found a website that have tons of
information on this state you can just click the link below. They describe
Sabah from A-Z.


http://www.sabahtravelguide.com/welcome.asp




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                                 Sarawak




                              Sarawak Map
               http://kuching.outer-court.com/kuching-map.jpg

Situated on the Borneo Island, Sarawk is the largest state in Malaysia.
Famous throughout the world by the the oldest rainforest in the world. One
the tourist attraction is the Rafflesia, the world largest flower in the world,
very very rare.

The Best Way to Travel in Sarawak

Taxi
ABC Taxi Service         082-341 818
Kuching City Taxi        082-348 898
Bintulu Taxi Association 086-332 009
Miri Taxi Association         085-432 277

Bus
Vital Bus Transportation 082-577 598
Miri Transport           085-434 161
Sarawak Transport        082-242 579




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                 Top Rated Hotel in Sarawak

                            Book Now !!

Harbour View Hotel
Lorong Temple,
93100 Kuching,
Sarawak
082- 274 4666

Crown Plaza Riverside
Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman,
P.O Box 2928,
93100 Kuching,
Sarawk
082-247 777

Hilton Batang Ai Longhouse
C/O Kuching Hilton,
Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman,
P.O Box 2396,
93748 Kuching,
Sarawak,
083-248 200

Merdeka Palace Hotel
P.O Box A298,
93804 Kuching,
Sarawak,
082-258 000

Grand Palace
Km 2, Jalan Miri-Pujut,
Pelita Commercial Center,
P.O Box 1525,
98008 Miri,
Sarawak,
085-428 888




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Holiday Inn Kuching
P.O Box 2362,
Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman,
93100 Kuching,
Sarawak,
082-423 1111

Hotel Grand Continental
Lot 42, Section 46,
Jalan Ban Hock,
93100 Kuching,
Sarawak,
082-230 399

Hotel Inn Resort Damai Lagoon
Jalan Teluk Penyu, Santubung,
P.O Box 3159,
93762 Kuching,
Sarawak
082-846 900

Holiday Inn Resort Damai Beach
P.O Box 2870,
Teluk Bandung Santubong,
93756 Kuching,
Sarawak
082-846 999




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 Attraction in Sarawak That You Don’t Want to Miss

Bako National Park
Home to the bizarre, obscene-nosed proboscis monkey
mtpbkch@tourism.gov.my

Bukit Lambir National Park
Approximately 30km from Miri city. Known for its beautiful water falls and
tranquility. Don’t forget to pack your swimming suit with you
mtpbkch@tourism.gov.my

Loagan Bunut National Park
Home to the friendly community of Orang Ulu people known as the
Berawan whom are mostly fishermen in this part of Sarawak. The largest
freshwater lake in East Malaysia.

Gunung Gading National Park
Watch the rarest and the biggest flower in the world. Gunung Gading
National Park is where you can try to spot a Rafflesia, the world's largest
flower. November to January are the peak blooming months for the
Rafflesia.
mtpbkch@tourism.gov.my

Gunung Mulu National Park
With mighty Mount Mulu and the world's largest cave system. Caving just
never ends here. Witness the fantastic spectacle of countless bats exiting the
cave in front of Deer Cave at 6 pm. Don’t forget to bring your camera
www.mulupark.com/

Niah National Park
In 1958, archeologists discovered evidence of human occupation of the
caves dating back some 40,000 years. Rock paintings were found in what
has become known as the Painted Cave,




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Sarawak Cultural Village
Called the Living Museum the Cultural Village was set up to preserve and
showcase Sarawak's cultural heritage. Located at Pantai Damai, Santubong,
just 32km from the state capital, Kuching, it is the perfect place to get
introduced to local culture and lifestyle. Performance twice a day at 11:30
am and again at 4:30 pm. 45 minutes drive from Kuching. Entrance fees are
RM45 per person.

Matang Wildlife Center
About 35km from Kuching. Located in Kubah National Park, this large
enclosed area of rainforest is home to endangered wildlife. There is a
training programme here that teaches Orang Utans.


Jalan Satok Market
The Sunday market at Kuching's Jalan Satok is a colourful place where
villagers from the region bring their fresh jungle herbs and fruits not
available elsewhere.




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                Shopping Malls in Sarawak

Bintang Plaza Miri
Lot 1264, Block 3, MLCD
Jalan Miri-Pujut,
98000 Miri,
Sarawak

Crowne Plaza Shopping Complex
Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman,
Kuching, Sarawak
Malaysia

Miri Square Shopping Complex
Lot 1120,
Jalan Sehati Pelita,
Commercial Center,
98333 Miri,
Sarawak

Sarawak House Shopping
Jalan Kampung Nyabor,
96000 Sibu,
Sarawak,
084-323 225




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                             Must Try Food

Umai
Or Umei is a traditional Melanau dish, consisting simply of slices of raw fish
marinated with limes and served up with a zippy chilli sauce.

Sarawak Laksa
The local spin on the ubiquitous noodle dish. It's sweet and coconutty like
Singapore's laksa lemak but gets a unique zing from heavy spices (notably
sambal belacan, a mix of chili and shrimp paste) plus toppings of grated
cucumber, chili and egg.

Tomato Kueh Teow
Is a variation of the popular fried kueh teow (thin, flat rice noodles), with
tomato gravy, meat (usually chicken pieces), vegetables and seafood
(usually prawns). It is particular to Kuching

Kek Lapis Sarawak
Sarawak Layer Cake is an elaborately baked cake with multiple layers which
has a unique and delicious taste




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