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Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/ekierklo »

Leaving from United States.

Looking for a guided tour that travels Malaysia. This could be 10 - 14 days. Not looking for an "active" trip of bicycling or hiking. Nor do accomodations have to be "lux". Focus is on seeing as much as possible. Singapore/Thailand could be starting or terminus as well.

Thanks for all suggestions.

 

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/bluebell »

Adventure Center, based in Emeryville, CA, reps a number of travel companies.  Here are their Malaysia trips. 

http://www.adventurecenter.com/free-search?search_api_views_fulltext=&field_trip_countries=459&field_trip_activities=All&field_trip_duration=All&=Search+Now

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/ekierklo »

In Response to Re: Guided trips through Malaysia:[QUOTE]

Adventure Center, based in Emeryville, CA, reps a number of travel companies.  Here are their Malaysia trips. 

http://www.adventurecenter.com/free-search?search_api_views_fulltext=&field_trip_countries=459&field_trip_activities=All&field_trip_duration=All&=Search+Now


Posted by Bluebell[/QUOTE]

Thank you for the suggestion. I am familiar with Adventure Center but had not immediately considered them. will follow up.

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/ekierklo »

In Response to Re: Guided trips through Malaysia:[QUOTE]

Hello dear,Malaysia is one of the most authentic place for teh tourist many place there which is very famous especially tower is attraction for teh tourist and many more..

and beaches are also there i personally like the beaches of Malaysia..


Posted by kasi222[/QUOTE]


Thank you for your suggestions. I look forward to seeing the towers and many fine beaches.

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/daren »

Malaysia is one of the best place of the peoples but I do not know why you leave United state but any way its your problem if you stay there 14 days its good for you because you can move easily one place to another and see the beauty..

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/sean321 »

Suman, I like these names and I will say these are the best and great places to see in Malaysia. The Kuala lumpur is the top famous and great place for staying. I alos planning to go to there after completing my new york niagara falls bus tour. I hope I will see this place soon and will enjoy there a lot. 

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/sean321 »

I am happy to see more reply about it. No doubt that Malaysia is a home of plenty of attractions. There are places where we can enjoy a lot. My family are planning to go there again. I hope they will enjoy there a lot. 

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/gomesal1 »

Hello, Malaysia is sure a good choice. If you are looking for Thailand too then I think 14 days will be less considering your choices of places. You can try out audleytravel.com

Here you will find out itineraries. Select the ones which suits your taste. As for hotel booking, you can browse online for budget hotels, whichever gives you cheaper go for it. Good luck with your trip.

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/mhteo »

You can book your trip with Joyscape. The site provides a detailed guide to plan your trip in Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand. Singapore and Malaysia are fast emerging as popular holiday destinations for family and kids. Even if you are a solo traveller, the place has much to offer. Joyscape's website provides you with a detailed guide about upcoming events happening in these places, popular tourist places to visit in the city and much more. If you are planning for a romantic rendezvous with your loved one, check out their blog-"Romantic things for couples to do in Singapore" on their website. In case you are planning a vacation with your kids, you can check their blogs on adventure activities for kids in Singapore, and get information about different water parks, camping trips or just general tips about a staycation in Singapore and Malaysia. You can also contact their site for air-ticket booking, hotel accommodations and for hiring a tourist guide.

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RE: Guided trips through Malaysia

by /bio/ekierklo »

Thank you for your response dated 16 days ago but I took this trip 4 years ago. Sadly I found Malaysia to be the most dissappointing place I have ever visited in the world. Not a comment on the people or culture. The British heritage I envisioned had long vanished and was replaced by palm oil plantations and new construction for an aspiring middle class. The forests had been clear cut. Malacca just stank from the open raw sewage. Even Georgetown had jellyfish and you could not go into the water (sigh!). The tea plantations were third-rate. Certainly not inexpensive. Traveled from Singapore up the peninsula to Thailand with a group, admittedly low budget. What had originally gotten my interest was that KL was the chief retirement choice for retiring American foreign service officers I had heard. That may have been true years ago but seems totally different now.

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