Travel Blogs from Malaysia

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Tasty Georgetown, Georgetown, Malaysia travel blog

Tasty Georgetown

A travel blog entry by romyalejandro


We arrived in Georgetown and we quickly found the free bus that goes to the center. We felt very lucky because, for once, we didn't have to walk a lot and the bus was free. But we had barely put down our backpacks when we realized we had already arrived. ...

Last leg of Malaysia, Kota Bharu, Malaysia travel blog

Last leg of Malaysia

A travel blog entry by nappingbagpuss


... and then went and waited for my plane. Can’t believe the first leg of my trip is over.  Had a fantastic time in Malaysia, would recommend it to any one.  The people are so friendly, the food is delicious and it’s cheapy, cheap, ...

More Malaysian madness (and chilling!!)...., Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia travel blog

More Malaysian madness (and chilling!!)....

A travel blog entry by heledd


... a week! And they are big! - stopped at the guide's village - part of the Orang Asli tribe - the native people of Malaysia - they are like Australian Aborigines - apparently nobody's sure if they were in Malaysia first and some migrated to Oz or vice versa ...

New Year - New Destinations, Kuah, Malaysia travel blog

New Year - New Destinations

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011


We have been living very simply and very green for a full month now on Langkawi and that is coming to an end.  Going through my books I can see that we have averaged under $44 a day the past month, pulling us down to $51 a day in total.  We do ...

Cameron Highlands, Tanah Rata, Malaysia travel blog

Cameron Highlands

A travel blog entry by loronaaa


... a bus in Kuala Lumpur and took a very steep, winding, three-hour bus ride up into the central highlands of peninsular Malaysia where the British established their first "hill station" to allow Europeans to escape the heat of the lowland coast. Upon ...

Downtown Lahad Datu, Lahad Datu, Malaysia travel blog

Downtown Lahad Datu

A travel blog entry by chrismcg


... it wasn't long before they all came roaring down the road in the opposite direction.   It is a time of celebration in Malaysia, given they celebrate Independence Day on 16 September.   We were told by the hotel reception that Lahad Datu doesn't ...

It's a Jungle Out There..., Kampung Bilit, Malaysia travel blog

It's a Jungle Out There...

A travel blog entry by wanderlustroots


Well it's been over 6 months of travelling and we finally made it into the jungle!  We signed up for our first 3D/2N packaged deal stay at an awesome little Nature Lodge along the Kinabatangan River in the rainforest. Up early (5:45am!) for ...

Last of the Malaysian Jungles, Taman Negara National Park, Malaysia travel blog

Last of the Malaysian Jungles

A travel blog entry by chrismcg


... entrance fee to get into the park and also a 5RM fee for using a camera. This entrance fee applies to all national parks within Malaysia, as well as in Indonesia too.   It's good that some land is being kept aside and there is reputed to be ...

Tioman Island, Tekek, Malaysia travel blog

Tioman Island

A travel blog entry by nkan7


When I landed at the airport in Tekek (1 landing strip barely big enough to land a plane on) I expected there to be some clue as to where to go next. There was nothing but a scorching hot sun. I tracked down the phone number of the dive shop here (I ...

All Set For Dubai, Sungai Buluh, Malaysia travel blog

All Set For Dubai

A travel blog entry by venoth


... event happening at the Dubai World Trade Centre and I was part of the Malaysian convoy representing our beautiful country, Malaysia. Preparations for this exhibition had started almost a month before as we had to prepare both materials for distribution ...

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