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Well, many folks are back from the long holidays- Kuala Lumpur is busy and alive once again. When you are a foreigner travelling to Malaysia- specifically around Kuala Lumpur area, do plan your journey early. Taking the electric trains such as Putra, Star or Monorail is very convenient as you bypass the traffic jam and [...]

Puduraya or now known as Pudu Sentral is one of the major bus hub selling bus tickets to northern part (Penang, Ipoh, Perak, Kedah and Hatyai) as well as some buses to Kuantan. It is back in operation for about a year since its last renovation where the bus operations were temporary shifted to Bukit [...]

Trishaws or becas can still be seen in Malacca town, but the trishaws now are tourist driven and beautifully decorated: The cost of the ride is RM40 per hour- each trishaw can sit by 2 average weight adult with probably a child. And there is a clear signboard located near Jonkers street entrance and the [...]

Melaka River Cruise will cover surrounding areas of Jeti Taman Rempah, Kg Morten, Pirate Park, Kampung Jawa, Jonker Walk, Padang Nyiru, Jeti Muara. Price of ticket: Adult RM10, children 2 years and above RM5. Children 2 yars and below are free. If you opt for the VIP boat, it is a little more expensive (RM20 [...]

Malacca (also known as Melaka) is a historical state in Malaysia. During weekends and public holidays, you can find many outstation visitors- from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Johor driving to Malacca on a day trip for food, shopping and appreciate its historical uniqueness. How to get to Malacca: from North South highway and you exit via the [...]

I've promoted Jalan Masjid India in some of my list of must-see for visitors who would like to visit Malaysia. In a way, it is less crowded than Petaling Street and you can find good bargain and variety of colour, styles. How to get there: Via the Putra LRT train- stop at Masjid Jamek LRT [...]

First, why you need a Tourist Visa: If ever you suspect that you may stay in Thailand longer than 28 days, please do yourself a favour and get yourself a Tourist Visa done before hand prior to your entry to Thailand. This will save yourself the hassle of getting an extension- where most people would [...]

If you get down at the Pasar Seni LRT train station located near Central Market, you would be able to witness the wall graffiti located at the wall next to the river: I admire the resillience of these talented artists- no matter how many times the government repaint to cover the graffiti, they will repaint [...]




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