MALAYSIA

MALAYSIA VIDEO GUIDE

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TRIP DAYS
13
TRANSPORTATION HOURS
41
COUNTRIES
1
SMILES
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FLYWITHFLOW CHALLENGES OF MALAYSIA

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TRAVEL ADVICES

Langkawi, Malaysia – «Perfect place to have a rest, this part of the beach in Pentai Tengah is quieter than Pentai Cenang, and no far away by cab. There is not so much activities on the beach like in Cenang but the place is very peaceful and relaxing. We stayed 4 nights in the hotel «Holiday villa beach Resort and Spa» and it’s was a real paradise. Staff is very pleasant, and the accomadation is very good, front of the beach, with restaurant and pool in the resort. To get the best view of your day, take an access to the private / VIP pool (25MYR with towel and  one drink) for some fantastic hour in front of the sunset. The restaurant «Cactus» in front of the hotel is aslo very good. And to enjoy the rest of your night the best places are located in Pentai Cenang to have party.»
Marion H. from France Instagram : @mariiionnettte

Penang, Malaysia – «Street art, lush food, fun nightlife… but this island has even more to offer! Get a boat or get by trecking (about one hour) to Monkey Beach and enjoy this peaceful and stunning beach! I highly recommend to camp for a night on this beach. Go for a swim at night time to see the plankton and the beautiful sky full of stars»

Lydia P. from Spain Instagram : @lydia3792

Taman Negara Jungle, Malaysia – “ By far was the best experience in this fantastic country. The trekking during 2 days, sleeping 1 night in the middle of the jungle is a mix between a the real adventure , to be into the wild and outdoors sport . the total distance is around 12k , walking 6k per day between a incredible landscape and wildlife. Sleep and dinner in a cave listening thousand of noises from the night wildlife was hilarious. you only need a good shoes or boots , a large socks or long trousers , and another normal clothes. you need get a guide ,the price is arround 35-40 euros, included food and water for all days. you will do with a group of people , in my case was a group of 7. To go to the heart of Taman Negara Jungle you need arrive until Jerantut, (many bus options from Kuala Lumpur and other places). From Jerantut you have to go until Kuaka Tahan , you have two options , by bus or by boat , I choose for sure by boat … when you arrive Jerantut bus station many people going to offer you the boat option with different prices , just choose the cheapest and go!!! in Kuala Tahan you going to find many companies for do the trekking and many acomodation options. Remember that Taman Negara Jungle is 130.000.000 years old yassssssss!»

Sergio M. from Spain Instagram : @sergio.mnc

Penang Island, Malaysia – «Lazy Boys Camp is a must for any music lover. Located at Monkey Beach, this place is perfect to chill surrounded by beautiful nature, good vibes and a lot of music instruments where anyone can join»

Diego P. from Argentina Instagram : @diego_perez_fabbio

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – «In the evenings head to Jalan Alor food street in Kuala Lumpur for a taste of Malaysian cuisine! Cheap (around £1 for an evening meal) and authentic food, with even vegetarian options available!»

Lydia S. from England Instagram : @lydstrendall

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – «There are two main night life attraction in Kuala Lumpur. The first would be at Chankat street, there you will find a street full of bars /clubs, where I would recommend going to «Why Not» the music is good and the crowd are always friendly and from all over the world. Also «VIP Club» on the same street , if your looking to spice things up with some African flavor and opens untill 6.30am. The second nightlife area is Trec street, from fine dining and wine to partying all night long, for example at «The China Bar» as well as «Redroom» a place to party your ass off with friends or even as a solo travellers»

Sully A. from Malaysia Instagram : @sully_montana

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – «If you get the opportunity, don’t be afraid to hang out with some locals in Malaysia. These very social people are proud of their country and love to show you around! They will give you the secrets of their city.. .if it feels right, go for it!»

Maxime T. from Netherlands Instagram : @maximeth

Langkawi, Malaysia – «Visit the mangroves of Killim Geopark by boat for a price of 50 ringgit, and enjoy a nice sunset in Cenang Beach. Or climb up to watch the sunset on the highest mountain in Langkawi, Gunung Raya and see the majestic Hornbill brid flying through the jungle»

Manu C. from Spain Instagram : @coronado.manu

Cameron Highlands, Malaysia – «If you want to escape some of heat of Malaysia, visit the Cameron Highlands. Because the area is much higher than the rest of Malaysia, is much cooler there (20-25 C). Take a tour to the amazing teafields and after drink a cup of tea with a beautiful view.»

Roelie B. from Netherlands Instagram : @roelie_brouwerx

Langkawi, Malaysia – «To explore Langkawi Island rent a car around the Pantai Cenang Street for 24hours for 80MYR (16€). Get cold drinks and snacks for the journey. Also bring cash, sandals, towel, sun protection and swim wear!»

Oli C. from Spain Instagram : @_olicp_

Melaka, Malaysia – «Try to visit the Menara Tower which has panoramic views of all the city and turns around while going up! Also the beautiful Straits Mosque located next to the sea! And we have rented a bike of 3 people, recommended if you wanna have fun and challenge yourself!»

 

 

Carlos T. from Spain Instagram : @ctorrejonperez

Malaysia – «Say «Terima Kahsi» which means «Thank you», the best word in world!»

Ruben R. from Spain Instagram : @rubenrucaru

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – «Visit the Heliport Rooftop Bar during sunset to get the best viewws of the city and of Petronas Tower. There is Happy Hour (from 5pm to 9 pm) when a bucket of 5 beers is 90MYR.» (1MYR is 0.20 euros)

Adrian Est. from Spain Instagram : @flywithflow