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      Best Sandy Beaches

      Pulau Labuan Dec 28, 2016 at 12:11 PM

      Hi everyone, can anyone advise where the best sandy beaches are in Labuan. Are there any areas particularly good for snorkelling...?
      many thanks
      POEPAT

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      transportation from Chinatown to FRIM

      Kuala Lumpur Yesterday

      Hello,

      I will be traveling from our guest house in Chinatown KL to the Forest Research Institute Malaysia, then to the Batu Caves, and finally back to Chinatown. Can anyone advise on the best way to do this?

      Thank you!

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      Accommodation nearest Royal thai embassy

      Penang Jan 5, 2017 at 7:11 PM

      Please any good suggestion for accommodation (hostels) nearest the Royal Thai Embassy?

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      From klia to genting higland

      Genting Dec 19, 2016 at 3:32 AM

      1.Hi I would like to know from Klia will it be advisable for me to visit the colamar tropicale resort or genting highland first.?
      2.would there be any shuttle service from colamar resort to genting highland?if not how can i get to genting higland from colamar tropical?

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    • Sarawak In January, weather and accesibility of National Parks

      Borneo Dec 25, 2016 at 2:30 PM

      Hi,
      I was planning to fly to Sarawak, Malaysia on the January 5. and spend about 5 weeks in Sarawak and Brunei. The Lonely Planet Guide says there is no particularly good or bad time to travel in Borneo because there is no real dry season and weather can vary very much from year to year, so I didn't think there is going to be a problem with travelling in Sarawak in January. But now I see that many travel-websites don't recommend to go to Sarawak in January at all due to very bad weather.
      Is there somebody who has been there in January or even better lives in Sarawak who can tell me what I can expect?
      Let me tell you first what I would expect from this trip. In Germany I work in nature conservation, so I spend most summer working outside. So with the right equipment some rain doesn't scare me. Also I want to spend most of the time in National Parks and am most interested in Botany (Orchids, Ferns) and also Insects, Spiders, Scorpions, Snakes. I could live without seeing Orangutans which are apparently hard to find when it's raining a lot. I would like to spend a lot of time in Nationalparks with dayhiking trails where I don't need a guide so I can take my time for taking pictures. But I'm also looking forward to expolring the caves in Gunung Mulu and Niah National Parks.
      So my main concern is: Will all the National Parks and also accomadations in or around National Parks be open and accessible during January? How likely is it that National Parks will not be accessible due to floodings or storms etc. What do I have to expect exactly from the weather. Does it rain all day long, or is it more very strong but short raining episodes and then long periodes without rain during the day. Is it raining more during the day or at night? (I've been in Java during rainy season three years ago and it rained mostly during the night.) I wouldn't mind it too much If there is some rain every day but I also need dry periods for taking pictures. What I woldn't like is to be stuck in my hotels for days because it is raining non stop.
      Also will there be any other tourists in the Parks? I don't want the places to be crowded of course, but honestly I don't like it when I'm always alone or the only guest in a hotel because I'm travelling alone.
      The thing is that i will spend three month in Southeastasia, and right now I'm planning to start in Sarawak, but I could also reschedule and visit Sarawak in March. The weather is supposed to be much better in March but are the most attractive National Parks allready crowded in March? What would you recommend under the circumstances I described, go in January or reschedule and go in March? Also, does anybody happen to know when most of the Orchids are in bloom? I suspect it is in the wettest months.

      A lot of questions here, I know. I would be very grateful for any advice.
      And Merry Christmas to everybody!

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    • help me plz

      by nadtota Online Now Jul 18, 2011 at 6:53 AM

      hey guys iwanna go from the new airport in kuala lumpur to langkawi the cheapest and fastest way , we r 8 persons so icant afford by air i wanna atleast reach kuala kedah or anyother then have the fast ferry express which max takes 2 hours then reach langkawi i wanna know f it is possible etraight from kuala lumpor airport the new one is there a train or transport that takes us straight to the ferry express or iv to go to the town Kuala lumpur then take another transport to the express ferry ,,, hope somebody would help me in this today im going on 3rd september but i really wanna have everything booked from now ,,,thanx xox

      5 Answers Jul 18, 2011 at 10:28 PM
    • TAXI FOR FOUR

      by andyhow Online Now Jul 22, 2010 at 8:14 PM

      We are planning a day ferry trip from Penang to Langkawi and are wanting to return by land. So we thought ferry to Kuala Kedah and then find a taxi that weould be willing to drive us back to either Bayan Lepas or to Butterworth where we could catch the ferry to Georgetown and then a local taxi home to B.L.

      The question: are there taxis that we could hire for this trip and would we be able to have one that comfortably holds four people? Any idea of approximate cost (we know we will have to pay a return fare).

      Many thanks, Ros.

      1 Answer Aug 26, 2010 at 4:01 AM