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That Malaysia is a beautiful country is a fact none will squabble over. What’s not to love? You have your beaches, islands, rainforests, a buzzing city life—it’s the complete package, if one may say so. Often, a holiday to Malaysia is spent visiting just one part of its many wondrous states and cities; a pinched pocket being the reason behind this.

What if we told you can do a different road trips in Malaysia and not a burn a hole in your pocket? Do the road trip by bus, save up on your cash, and travel with all luxurious amenities—a dream come true! Take tickets online from  redbus.my for added convenience.

These road trips are a must-do:

Kuala Lumpur – Ipoh – Taiping

The most popular and iconic attractions of Kuala Lumpur make it a true tourist destination. However, there is a lot more to Kuala Lumpur than just its attractions. Make sure to visit some of the signature destinations like Petaling Street Market and the Sultan Abdul Samad building. At Ipoh, spend time visiting the famous Canning Garden Chee Cheong Fun at Ipoh Central Café, Kellie’s Castle and Gua Temperung, and tuck into some soul-soothing Nasi lemak and Nasi vanggey. Taiping is full of greenery and one of the fastest developing places in the world. It is just a one-hour drive from Ipoh. The city is considered a hub of Malaysian and Chinese commerce thanks to the merchant style shops and warehouses from the colonial era that are still present here. Make sure to visit the Taiping Zoo and Night Safari. The zoo here is considered to be one of the best ones in Malaysia as the enclosures here are quite big and full of vegetation. Exploring the entire stretch will take you around 2 to 3 hours. The best time to visit this place is early in the morning.

Kuala Lumpur – Bukit Tinggi – Fraser’s Hill

Climb altitudes through this trip. At the first stop, Bukit Tinggi, visit the French-styled area Colmar Tropicale. Horse riding and archery are activities that await you at Fraser’s Hill.

Alor Setar – George Town – Batu Ferringhi

Penang is popular for their famous hawker food. Remember to sample some char kuey teow (notable ones are in Khoon Hiang Cafe, Lorong Selamat, Mei Le Hwa, and Kimberley Street), Penang cendol (famous ones are in Lebuh Keng Kwee, and Macalister Lane), and asam laksa from Air Itam Market Food Court.

Seremban – Malacca – Johor

Malacca is perhaps one of the most historically intact locations in Malaysia and this is why tourists flock to this history-rich place. You can also opt to put your swim suit on and head over to the A’ Famosa Water Theme Park.

Kuala Lumpur – Sekinchan – Kuala Selangor

Mention scenic paddy fields and Sekinchan would probably pop into Malaysians’ minds. Many have dropped by Sekinchan to host their bridal shoots and there is a good reason for that. Vast open spaces dotted with bright green paddy makes for a photoshoot one would definitely remember.

Robin Юни 20 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia


Melaka and George Town are often listed on the top of any Malaysian holiday itinerary and match Kuala Lumpur in its popularity. And justifiably so. These two have been historic cities of the Straits of Malacca and the trading and cultural exchanges that took place here between the East and West Straits over 500 years is what has led to the development of these iconic places. I tell you why both of them are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Make sure you visit these historic sites on your next trip to Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur is connected to both places via bus—the preferred mode of transport here. You can even check  Redbus.my for added convenience. This online portal helps to undergo a hassle free journey. The best time to visit Melaka is between the months of April to October and May to November for George Town.


Brilliant examples of multicultural trading that carried mercantile exchanges between Malay and Chinese, Indian and European cultures.


The towns have developed significantly over the last 500 years since the exchanges began and the change has been complementary to the trading successes. In fact a lot of multinationals prefer to have their headquarters relocated here thanks to the ease of doing business and availability of resources as well as well-developed transportation facilities.


They have built a life that bears a testimony to the multi-cultural influences and traditions of the regions they traded with. This is not only seen in the architecture of the place, but in the religious institutions of different faiths, traditions, languages, music, food, art, etc.


The townscape demonstrated by both towns is unparalleled anywhere else in East and South Asia, especially taking into account the large number of shop houses and town houses that dot their landscape. It is exciting to see modern architecture standing side by side with ancient architecture.


Melaka and George Town reflect a mixture of influences which have created a unique architecture, culture and townscape without parallel anywhere in East and South Asia. In particular, they demonstrate an exceptional range of shophouses and townhouses.


The protective measures for the properties are adequate. Both towns exhibit a generally acceptable state of conservation, although efforts are required to ensure the conservation of shophouses. The management plans and structures are adequate and can be enhanced through the continuing conservation programs of the State Party.


Both cities are known to boast about their food apart from their cultural attractions. The food is just delicious, and people come here from different parts of the world just to try the food. 


Almost every corner of the street has a food joint with people gathering all around it


Although the cities are embracing the western culture, the people here haven’t forgotten their roots.


Melaka is one of the best places to shop for antique items. The items are available for dirt cheap rates from Jonker street. Some of the markets are even open 24X7.

Qistina Юни 12 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia




A visit to Malaysia means vacationing, partying, laying on the beaches, shopping, visiting the different islands that lay beautifully scattered across its landscape. Unlike any other country, Malaysia is blessed with islands on both the east coast as well as the west coast.


Travelling in and around Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from redbus.my Alternatively, you can also download the Android or iOS app from respective App stores and save some time and money.


Malaysia has something to offer for every kind of tourist—the hippie, the luxury seeker, the backpacker and more. Know your type and mark this island onto your itinerary list.


For the luxury seeker: Tioman


Although a part of the Malaysian state of Pahang, Tioman can be reached from the Johor city of Mersing. There is additionally an immediate ferry from Singapore. This fairly popular Malaysian vacation island has certain claims to fame that continue to be hyped by media and marketers. One, the dramatic topography of this teardrop-shaped island within the South China Ocean was (supposedly) used as a backcloth for the 1958 motion picture “South Pacific,” whereas Time magazine named it one amongst the world’s most lovely islands within the Nineteen Seventies.


For the hippie: Perhentians Island


The island where wandering artists come and perform their fare, days can be spent hopping onto a fisherman’s boat who will give you a guided tour and evenings can be spent in beach bars—this one is meant for the non-planning adventurous people. The word Perhentians is literally translated into as a Stopping Point which I think is quite appropriate as most travelers come here on a vacation. This place comprises of two parts – Perhentian Kecil (Small) and Perhentian Besar (Big) Both of these places are quite popular with snorkelers and divers. Thanks to the crystalline waters and the reefs here. The water plays host to a variety of corals, sea turtles, reef fish and sharks. Most of the people coming to this island are here to enjoy the beautiful and rustic experiences and to relax and enjoy the beach. Since this place is quite far away from the hustle and bustle of the city there is complete peace of mind here. However the island is quite expensive compared to the rest of Malaysia so make sure to come here on a high budget. However eating is extremely affordable here with prices of dishes starting from MYR8.


For the heritage-seekers: Penang Island


Look no farther than Penang if culture, history and tradition is what you seek to find on your Malayan holiday. And this is topped by the fact that it is also one of the best places to sample the local delicacies of Southeast Asia.


Travelling from one part of Malaysia is made easier by the many bus routes that will drop you off at the ferry pick-up points.

Amirah Май 14 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia


Mall Mania hit Malaysians a long time ago and every now and then there’s a new shopping mall popping up in Malaysia. These malls are much more than just being a shopping center, they are also full-fledged entertainment destinations. Well-equipped with gaming, food courts and theatres these malls have everything for each and everyone in the family.

Touring in and around Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from redbus.my


Suria Shopping Mall


A six-storied building located at the base of the magnificent steel covered twin towers, The Petronas. The Suria is much more than a shopping mall and dine out venture. Not only is the mall famous for its light on the pocket stores but is also hugely popular among tourists for its oceanarium and a state of the art science discovery center. So if you are tagging your kids along, Suria Mall will cater to your needs in the best way.


Apart from all the above tourist attractions within the mall, it is also home to Malaysia’s finest and first ever concert hall and the highly popular Petronas Art Gallery. LRT station being quite adjacent to the building, the mall made easily accessible. The mall also hosts a 12 screen movie theatre for movie enthusiasts and one of the biggest department stores, Marks & Spencer.



The Gardens Mall


This is one of the most upscale shopping malls perfectly poised in the heart of Malaysia, The Gardens is arguably one of Malaysia’s Best and covers almost all that you might ever need. With more than 200 stores spread across its grand six storied building you will never run out of options. The mall is quite famous amongst locals as well as tourists for its celebrity fashion collection. The mallis just opposite mid valley mega mall which is also one of Malaysia’s largest retail developments where you can come across a wide variety of cost effective clothing. The entire complex is basically a mixed development comprising of 4 towers, a 5 star hotel 2 residential blocks and a huge office space. The mall opened its doors to the people in the year 2007 and although understated it is an architectural marvel. There are quite a few noticeable design features in the mall that make the mall look quite clean and open. There is also a state of the art theater which is crowded most of the times. The lower ground floor of the mall has been dedicated to a food court where you can indulge yourself in local as well as western specialties. I would recommend you to visit Alexis which specializes in local food and also has a great cocktail menu.  




It houses brands from the world’s top most fashion designers and clothing lines. Just 7 kilometers away from the Petronas towers, the Gardens Mall is spread across a wide space. Since its inception, The Gardens has always been a popular destination for Malaysians.


Famie Апр 30 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia




That Malaysia is a beautiful country is a fact none will squabble over. What’s not to love? You have your beaches, islands, rainforests, a buzzing city life—it’s the complete package, if one may say so. Often, a holiday to Malaysia is spent visiting just one part of its many wondrous states and cities; a pinched pocket being the reason behind this.


What if we told you can do a different road trips in Malaysia and not a burn a hole in your pocket? Do the road trip by bus, save up on your cash, and travel with all luxurious amenities—a dream come true! Take tickets online from redbus.myfor added convenience.


These road trips are a must-do:


Kuala Lumpur – Ipoh – Taiping


The most popular and iconic attractions of Kuala Lumpur make it a true tourist destination. However, there is a lot more to Kuala Lumpur than just its attractions. Make sure to visit some of the signature destinations like Petaling Street Market and the Sultan Abdul Samad building. At Ipoh, spend time visiting the famous Canning Garden Chee Cheong Fun at Ipoh Central Café, Kellie’s Castle and Gua Temperung, and tuck into some soul-soothing Nasi lemak and Nasi vanggey. Taiping is full of greenery and one of the fastest developing places in the world. It is just a one-hour drive from Ipoh. The city is considered to be a hub of Malaysian and Chinese commerce thanks to the merchant style shops and warehouses from the colonial era that are still present here. Make sure to visit the Taiping Zoo and Night Safari. The zoo here is considered to be one of the best ones in Malaysia as the enclosures here are quite big and full of vegetation. Exploring the entire stretch will take you around 2 to 3 hours. The best time to visit this place is early in the morning.


Kuala Lumpur – Bukit Tinggi – Fraser’s Hill
Climb altitudes through this trip. At the first stop, Bukit Tinggi, visit the French-styled area Colmar Tropicale. Horse riding and archery are activities that await you at Fraser’s Hill.  

Alor Setar – George Town – Batu Ferringhi

Penang is popular for their famous hawker food. Remember to sample some char kuey teow (notable ones are in Khoon Hiang Cafe, Lorong Selamat, Mei Le Hwa, and Kimberley Street), Penang cendol (famous ones are in Lebuh Keng Kwee, and Macalister Lane), and asam laksa from Air Itam Market Food Court.

Seremban – Malacca – Johor

Malacca is perhaps one of the most historically intact locations in Malaysia and this is why tourists flock to this history-rich place. You can also opt to put your swim suit on and head over to the A’ Famosa Water Theme Park.

Kuala Lumpur – Sekinchan – Kuala Selangor

Mention scenic paddy fields and Sekinchan would probably pop into Malaysians’ minds. Many have dropped by Sekinchan to host their bridal shoots and there is a good reason for that. Vast open spaces dotted with bright green paddy makes for a photoshoot one would definitely remember.


robert Март 5 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia


Malaysia is a country that yields a rich mix of cultural attractions and rapidly expanding cities filled with skyscrapers and multilane highways. Whether it’s the country’s jam-packed calendar of festivals, or its capital city of Kuala Lumpur, home to sprawling malls and narrow alleyways with lively and colorful markets, Malaysia’s street life is vibrant. Traveling in Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from redbus.my



Skytrex Adventure

For those wanting to make the best out of their summers, your search ends here. Skytrex adventure is what you should be indulging into this summer. The Skytrex Adventure is a line obstacle course consisting of some of the most extreme outdoor activities like ro pe climbing and the highly popular flying fox amidst the lush green landscapes of the Shah Alam Agricultural Park in the vicinity. Just 45 minutes from the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, this is the place where you will overcome your fears and have some serious fun in the open. Swinging and flying is just some of the things you will be doing here.


Obstacles here are divided into three categories – Little Adventure, Big Thrill and Extreme Challenge. We recommend you to book online and make sure you get the best seats available. One downside is that skytrex is only open on weekends, however, if you are in a group of 25 or more you can have it exclusively opened for you on a weekday. Make sure to listen to the briefing carefully when you arrive.


Bungee Jumping, Extreme Park Sunway

Surely not for everyone, Bungee Jumping is something you should try if you want to overcome the best of your fears. Right in the middle of the Sunway Lagoon theme park is Malaysia’s one and only permanent Bungee jumping attraction. RM130 is what you need to spare in order to perform this daredevil act. It boasts of successfully having completed 2 million jumps without any major incidents. Be rest assured you are in good hands when you are signing up for this one of a kind experiences that will always remain etched in your memory. The bungee jumping here is handled by the Malaysian Bungee which is a company that handles the AJ Hackett International operations in Malaysia. The AJ Hackett international is quite a renowned company in Malaysia that is known to boast of a record of 2 million jumps that did not involve any major incidents. The jump here is equivalent to an 8 storied building. The minimum requirements that are needed to be eligible for a jump are that you need to be in between 35Kg’s to 285 Kg’s of weight. It is best not to stand on the edge for too long and just jump without thinking too much! The best part is that you are even awarded an insanity certificate which can have as a memory. The place is a must visit on your trip to Malaysia.





jarreyjon Март 5 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia


Routine Malaysian holiday itineraries don’t differ much from each other and only look to cover the popular touristy spots. But, doing this means you miss out on experiencing the real Malaysia, its culture much more prominent in its unexplored places. If you are up for an adventure, let us help you draw up a week-long, offbeat Malaysian holiday itinerary:  

Enter from Singapore:Cross the border easily by boarding a bus from Singapore and getting off at Johor Bahru. There are several express buses that ply on this route and you can buy tickets online from redbus.my as well. It is one of the most popular cities in the southern peninsular of Malaysia.  It is located just across the causeway from Singapore. It is not just one of the most revered tourist destinations but is also considered an important regional transport and manufacturing hub. It is considered one of the most rapidly growing cities with a population of more than 1.8 million people. One thing that I noticed was that since the city has a large land space it is not as dense as the other cities around Malaysia.

Johor Bahru to Melaka:Without spending much time at Johor Bahru, head to Melaka to spend a day there. Explore the historic city on its extremely colourful yellow-blue trishaws. The street performances on Jonker Street will be memories that will stay with you forever. Melaka is one such city, which boasts about good food apart from its never-ending list of cultural attractions. The city caters to all kinds of travellers at all times of the day. The Nyonya Cuisine is quite famous here and has been revered since ancient times.

Melaka to Kuala Lumpur:Hit the capital next. Set shop for a day in Chinatown that will get you cheap accommodation and food. A trip to the Reggae bar here is necessary.

Kuala Lumpur to Kota Bharu to Perhentian Island:From KL, board a bus to Kota Bharu, where you can stay for another day exploring the city before heading off to Perhentian Island to cap off the journey.

Penang:Penang is the cultural hotspot in Malaysia!  You’ll fall in love with it’s busy streets, beautiful artwork, and enchanting history.  Oh, and the food is amazing.  Most people come to Penang only planning a few day stay, but end up staying much longer than they expected.  You can spend a day on Batu Ferringi beach, hike through the National Park, and take the journey up to Penang Hill for spectacular views of the entire city.  

Langkawi:Officially known as Langkawi the Jewel of Kedah, Langkawi is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, around 30 km off the mainland coast of north-western Malaysia.  It’s right at the border of Thailand, and is a popular place to visit for traveller is going north/south between Malaysia and Thailand.  It is truly an amazing island with amazing things to do, cheap accommodations, tax-free booze and beautiful landscape.


Zulhasif Фев 24 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia


Chow Kit is an atmospheric, localized area of Kuala Lumpur city Centre, filled with rows and rows of long-established retail outlets specializing in wholesale goods. While it is best known for its daily market, called Bundle Chow Kit by locals, Chow Kit also houses a number of prized local restaurants as well as sightseeing opportunities including Southeast Asia’s largest Sikh temple. Accommodation options here are limited to mid-range and budget hotels, but this unassuming section of Kuala Lumpur is well worth a visit if you are travelling on a modest budget and looking to get a taste of local city life.


Traveling in Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from redbus.my.



Sunway Putra Hotel


Sunway Putra Hotel is located opposite the Putra World Trade Centre which is within the city's main commercial district. The hotel is equipped with modern rooms and suites that have been quite elegantly furnished and come equipped with a flat screen TV, a mini bar as well as a tea and coffee maker.


Sunway Putra Hotel Kuala Lumpur features 618 guestrooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Chow Kit and Kuala Lumpur city centre. This four-star property is linked to a shopping mall of the same name, offering a wide range of dining, entertainment and dining options. Fitted with a balcony overlooking the swimming pool and Kuala Lumpur city, guests staying at the Club room can enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, all-day non-alcoholic beverages, and evening cocktails at the Club lounge. The hotel also offers complimentary shuttle services to prominent KL districts such as Bukit Bintang and KLCC while the Putra LRT station is a five-minute walk away. Onsite facilities include three restaurants, with Gen serving a wide range of Japanese cuisine for lunch and dinner. There’s also a fitness centre and a 25-metre long swimming pool with attached kid's pool and Jacuzzi.

The Ttanz Hotel


The TTanz Hotel Kuala Lumpur is a budget boutique hotel with 130 air-conditioned guestrooms and suites as well as an onsite Chinese restaurant, sky lounge, and fitness and spa centre. This property is a five-minute walk from Bazaar Baru Chow Kit, where travellers can find a wide range of local offerings at affordable prices. Ranging in size from 25sqm to 45sqm, rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, minibar, and electric kettle, with ironing facilities available upon request.


Guests can rejuvenate at the fitness centre that has state of the art selection of fitness equipments.  Alternatively you can also take a dip at the 25 metre long outdoor pool. There is also a coffee house located within the hotel which serves authentic local dishes as well as signature Asian and Chinese cuisines.wever, I would recommend you to try out the tasty Western dishes. Other dining options within the hotel include Japanese food at the Gen Restaurant. The other hotel being the Atrium Lounge which serves a variety of coffes and pastries amidst a relaxed setting.


syafiq Фев 12 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia


The best serviced apartments in Kuala Lumpur are set within the city’s most prominent districts, offering easy access to iconic attractions and shopping malls, as well as ample dining and nightlife options. Ideal homes away from home for families, business executives, and travelers on extended holiday, these accommodation options feature comfortable guestrooms alongside facilities such as built-in kitchens, in-room entertainment, fitness centers and swimming pools. Kuala Lumpur serviced apartments also offer room rates that are cheaper than most hotels within the city while efficient public transport makes it incredibly convenient for guests to explore destinations beyond Kuala Lumpur.


Traveling in Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from redbus.my


Somerset Ampang


Somerset Ampang Kuala Lumpur is a four-star property set along Jalan Ampang, a street unofficially bestowed the moniker Embassy Row because it plays host to several high profile foreign embassies.Within the same grounds as the property are the British High Commission and the HSC Medical Centre (one of Malaysias leading medical, heart and diagnostic centres).Free shuttle service to the Ampang Park LRT station and selected malls is available, putting local landmarks such as the PETRONAS Twin Towers, KL Convention Centre and KLCC Park within easy reach.Onsite facilities at Somerset Ampang Kuala Lumpur include a rooftop infinity-edge pool and Jacuzzi, a fitness centre and a kids playground and wading pool
Suasana Suites


When you stay at Suasana Suites Bukit Ceylon, you'll be just a 5-minute drive from Petaling Street and Kuala Lumpur Tower.Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at Suasana Cafe , which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.A bar/lounge and a fitness center are offered, and in-room conveniences at this upscale property include refrigerators and microwaves.

Signature Hotel


At The Signature Hotel & Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Malaysian Houses of Parliament and Merdeka Square.Guests can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café and visit the fitness center for a workout.Rooms at this upscale hotel feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves. The hotel has various room options like family triple room, deluxe family room, family quadruple room, comfort family room and a standard double room. It is just a 3 minute walk away from the Chinese temple and a 5 minute drive from mid valley mega mall. The hotel features wi fi throughout the entire premises and not just in the rooms. The Nu Sentral Mall isa 7 minute walk away from the Kuala Lumpur Railway station and a 5 minute walk away from the hotel. The rooms are equipped with ironing facilities, hair drier, satellite TV as well as a tea and coffee vending machine. Safety deposit boxes are also available on request. There is also a vegetarian restaurant in the hotel lobby where you will be treated to delicious local and international cuisine.  I would certainly recommend this place and would also want to visit it again when ever in Kuala Lumpur.




Stella Фев 1 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia


Sungai Petani


 It is the second biggest city in Kedah which is considered to be the capital of Alor Setar.  Sungai Petani is basically quite close to Penang rather than  Alor Setar itself. This can be seen and is quite apparent as most of the buses plying in the city bear the Penang registration plate. It is also the second fastest growing town in Malaysia after Johor Bahru. The name of the city translates to Farmers River and this stands true to the theme of the city which has quite a lot of paddy fields and farmers in the state. There are about 10 lakh people residing in this city and has a good business community if you are planning to travel on a business trip here. 


The most preferred mode of transport in the city is the local bus service operated and managed by City Liner. The buses are fully air-conditioned and provide decent facilities at economical prices. The most famous Operator plying on this route between the two cities is Inter City Coach. The duration of travel between the two cities is about 6 hours but this is subject to change depending on whether or not you encounter traffic on your journey.  I booked by bus tickets from  www.redbus.my.     My Bus had just 25 seats thereby making space for a lot of legroom. I found the prices on the websit quite reasonable as the fares started just from MYR45. The bus leaves sharp at 8:00 am in the morning and if you are lucky, you will reach Sungai Petani by 2:00 pm in the afternoon. The distance between the two cities is about 403 kms, I found the Bus journey to be quite comfortable, and I experienced beautiful scenic views on the way. The other Operators plying on this route are Trans Nasional, Sri Maju Express Kangar, Plus Liner, Cepat Ekspress, Super Nice Grass Land. 


Upon reaching Kajang I recommend you to try out Satay which is skewered barbequed meat. It is one of the most famous dishes of Malaysia.  One thing that is worth noting is that the population of Kajang has grown quite rapidly in the past few years. The townships here are developing at a very fast pace and the nightlife here is just unforgettable. If you are in the city for shopping, you will be delighted to know that Kajang has a host of new and old shopping complexes. One of the most famous shopping centres here is the Billion Shopping Centre located in Kajang Town and has been around for more than 15 years. It has a new and larger counterpart in Taman Technology Kajang. In recent years Kajang has seen a great surge in the opening of newer Hyper Markets. These shopping complexes are also surrounded by foreign shopping outlets like Pizza Hut,  KFC and McDonalds. One thing that I noticed was that travelling by Bus was one of the most preferred modes of transport here. 




aminuddin Яну 5 · Етикети: journey, tour, travelmalaysia
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