Recommendation When You Travel To Malaysia     

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Malaysia is a beautiful country! It’s the top travel recommends for many reasons. Besides being a country that speaks English widely, it’s also a travel destination for all types of budget. It offers a wide variety of attractions and activities. The capital city Kuala Lumpur on its own is a global city offering attractions for all ages. The country is rich in arts, culture, history, and architecture. It is a melting pot of culture reflected in the delicacies and cuisines. Even the shopping scene is so diverse that you can find every bit of items from brands to souvenirs.


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Pack For Tropical Weather

Malaysia is a tropical country and this means that it has a humid climate. Yet, you may experience monsoon depending on where you are in the country. The south-west region has the monsoon season from May to September. While the north-east region has monsoon season starting from November until March. Kuala Lumpur gets rain falls from March to April and September to November. But in general, the country has beautiful sunny weather that usually cools down at night time. So pack clothes that are lightweight and comfortable. You can enjoy your fashion style in the capital city without restrictions. However, the rural areas are more traditional and don’t usually appreciate bare skin. For the rain showers, bring a waterproof jacket and bag cover for your essentials. Bring a shawl as well for cover when the temperature cools down at night or when shopping in the air-conditioned malls.

Enjoy The Rooftop Pool In Your Hotel

Live like a queen without breaking your bank in Kuala Lumpur. Enjoy the rooftop pool, champagne, music, and spectacular view from so high up. Kuala Lumpur is a beautiful city offering an assortment of activities for all ages. This includes relaxing in the pool overlooking the metropolitan skyline. Plus, if you can check-in a hotel that has a view of the Petronas, you hit gold.

Travel Cheap With Public Transport

Public transportation in Malaysia is very organized and hassle-free. Most towns and cities have an excellent transportation system and connect travel destinations. You can even avail of free buses that can take you to tourist sites. Try the KTM ETS train if you’re planning to visit more laid back towns such as Penang. And enjoy nature’s entertainment at its best.

Don’t Hail For Taxis

While most public transportation in the country is excellent, you want to avoid taxis. They usually overcharge tourists or navigate through different roads to charge you more. Other than public transport, you can also use Grab. This is an application that provides transportation services through online booking. It’s safe, and drivers use navigation tools for faster travel. It’s best to download the app earlier before visiting Malaysia. Although wifi and cellular data are widely available in the country.

Visit As Many Parks As You Can

Malaysia has a rich and biodiverse ecology, including jungles, wildlife, and beautiful marine parks. The country has over 30 national parks for nature conservation purposes and each park has its unique beauty and history. Some of the most beautiful parks are Forest Eco Parks, Taman Negara, and Penang National Park.

Watch Out For Thieves Riding Motorcycles

Like all other countries, thieves are taking advantage of unsuspecting tourists. To avoid them, keep your bag on the safe side or away from the road when you walk around cities and towns. Try to walk in contrast to the traffic. As a golden rule, always be mindful of your valuables when traveling.

Get Vaccine Or Insurance Before Going To Malaysia

This is not necessary, but it’s always best to make sure you are healthy when you travel. Visit your doctor months before you travel. Consider travel insurance as well. This will cover travel delays, lost baggage, medical emergencies, and other inconveniences.

You can never go wrong when visiting Malaysia. The country caters to backpackers, party-goer, beach enthusiasts, art lovers, and even family travels. The country has it all for you.

Jene See
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