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Where to Visit in Kuala Lumpur?
So you have some friends stopping over to Malaysia for 3 to 4 days and you are wondering where to Read more.
Where to Stay in Genting Highlands
The recommended place is usually First World Hotel- it provide a series of basic simple room at a budget: http://www.rwgenting.com/en/accommodation/firstworld_hotel/index.htm Read more.
View of Suria KLCC during sunset
If visiting KLCC, the night view is beautiful as the towers are illuminated with light. Read more.
Klang Harbor (Pelabuhan Klang)
To reach Pelabuhan Klang, you can take the KTM Komuter train.  Once you reach the Pelabuhan Klang stop, you would Read more.
Where to Eat in Genting Highlands
Please note that food prices in Genting are higher compared to Kuala Lumpur.  This is understandable because of additional labor Read more.
Visiting Genting Highlands, Pahang
Genting Highlands… a place listed in places to visit for any tourist groups travelling to Kuala Lumpur. It is also Read more.
Little India comes alive with Deepavali celebrations
Usually when nearing Deepavali, various places in Klang Valley will come alive with vibrants and colours. The following areas will Read more.
Public Holidays in Malaysia
Here is the scheduled public holidays for Malaysia in 2009: Federal holidays (for all states in Malaysia) Deepavali- 17 October Read more.
Where to get delicious food around KLCC area
If you are in the vicinity of KLCC, you will find that the food, even those sold at food courts Read more.
Where to get great vegetarian food in Kuala Lumpur
In the heart of Kuala Lumpur, you can still find delicious, nutritious and relatively inexpensive vegetarian food. It is a Read more.
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