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Old 03-15-2016, 12:50 PM
 
Location: Kekaha, Hawaii
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I spent a month in Gua Musang, Malaysia, it's beautiful but I wouldn't suggest going there - there really isn't anything to do. I would highly recommend Cameron Highlands. It's extremely beautiful, there is plenty to do, and if you are a tea drinker, it's paradise. I would love to go back.
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Old 03-21-2016, 04:10 AM
 
Location: Pondicherry
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Singapore is a very nearest place, you can spent remain 3 days here.

The 4 main places to visit in Singapore, these are given below

Central Area
Pulau Ujong
Woodland
Temasek
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Old 03-21-2016, 11:26 AM
 
Location: Land of the Great Bears
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Hi Everyone,

I will be travelling to Malaysia in June for 6 days.. I will be flying into Kuala Lumpur and definitely want to experience the culture and urbanity of the city. That said I think 6 days in KL is bit much. I'm thinking 2 or 3 days is more than enough. So the question is what to do with the other 3-4 days. Any recommendations on another must see place(s) to visit?..
Go to Penang, and attend the Bao sheng durian farm. Bao Sheng Durian Farm | Welcome
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Old 04-09-2016, 08:01 PM
 
Location: Macao
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^Yeah there's no relation to the curry. Penang has amazing food though...so it's still a legit enticement...but Malacca probably isn't a slouch in this area if you're going for just a couple days. I dunno, I'm 50/50 now. Just pick one of them and split the time with KL lol. FYI despite Penang's relatively large size and density, getting around isn't very easy. Infrastructure is one of its weaknesses, with the national govt largely to blame.
That's interesting. Yeah, Georgetown is very dense, but outside of that, it does seem very spread out. I had a friend with a car there, and the island became a very different experience. I finally saw why people liked it, when I had more access to it, beyond what I could just walk to, in Georgetown.
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Old 10-03-2016, 10:31 PM
 
Location: Miami-Jax
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Hi Everyone,

I will be travelling to Malaysia in June for 6 days.. I will be flying into Kuala Lumpur and definitely want to experience the culture and urbanity of the city. That said I think 6 days in KL is bit much. I'm thinking 2 or 3 days is more than enough. So the question is what to do with the other 3-4 days. Any recommendations on another must see place(s) to visit?
Care to recap your trip? I'll be visiting KL for 4 days next month and plan to FINALLY experience the actual city. I do have a wedding reception to attend as well as the obligatory visits to relatives, all in the suburbs, but I also have tentative plans to meet with some folks in different parts of the city. Expecting to ride the LRT a bit, check out hoods like Bangsar, Little India and Chinatown, and go back to the KLCC area (only went one other time before despite a dozen trips to the KL region) Would love to hear about your experience and recommendations.

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That's interesting. Yeah, Georgetown is very dense, but outside of that, it does seem very spread out. I had a friend with a car there, and the island became a very different experience. I finally saw why people liked it, when I had more access to it, beyond what I could just walk to, in Georgetown.
I'll be back next month and it will be the first time with my global data package. Yay! I think uber/grab taxi will come in handy for sure!
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