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If you are visiting Malaysia, chances are you may also make a stop in Bangkok or vice versa. If you are planning to travel to Bangkok and/or visit its surrounding areas like Ayuthaya and wish to seek out a reliable and honest van driver, I have a good driver to recommend for you. This is [...]

If you wish to change your existing MyKad to the new version, and at the same time wish to renew your passport, please head on to Kompleks KDN (Kementerian Dalam Negeri) at Jalan Duta (Kuala Lumpur) if you are staying in Klang Valley. Because both the Jabatan Imigresen (Immigration Department) and Jabatan Pendaftaran (Registration Department) [...]

In Malaysia, there are many beautiful places that have yet to be explored. If you are short of budget to travel overseas and appreciate nature environment, why not head on to Kuala Sepetang in Perak (located not far from Taiping). Kuala Sepetang is a small fishing village with lots of mangrove trees. If you stay [...]

Below is a picture that shows the price of packages- which of course would vary very much according to weight as much as size: For Poslaju, you can call their customer service at 1-300-300-300 or visit their website at www.poslaju.com.my. Many companies use Poslaju to deliver in Malaysia because its outreach, via the network of post [...]

The Malaysian highway toll rest areas have come a long way from what they had used to be. When I was young, the rest areas were small, not clean and there is very limited washroom. Often it is a horrible queue at the ladies especially during times where there were busloads of passengers. Now, the [...]

Below is the information obtained from the MAS (Malaysian Airline) check-in counter in KLIA. Information is correct at the point of posting. Handcarry baggage allowance: -Business or first class:  2 cabin baggage that does not exceed 7kg each -Economy class: 1 cabin baggage that does not exceed 7kg AND -1 laptop, OR 1 briefcase, OR [...]

Below is Taman Jaya, a recreation park located in Petaling Jaya, opposite Amcorp Mall. To get there, you can take the Putra LRT to

Tourists visiting Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, also known as Jalan TAR would see it as just another tourist spot. But for those of us who are born and bred in Kuala Lumpur, the place does have lots of significance. Decades ago, there was not many shopping complexes and places for people to hang out. So [...]