Friday, 18 July 2014

Travel planning !!! - Malaysia

Ok guys so I am going to be in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) for 4 nights now this wasn't a country I'd really thaught about before so I've had to reasurch all about it and what things to do, but as I had to stop there I thaught I may as well stop for a few nights that's why I'll be there. 

So the first thing I looked into was what was in the city all that jaz and also how I could get to Singapore to have a look at the sights there too as I was in that part of the world I may as well check it out too, get a little taster if you will. 

Kuala Lumpur > Singapore - so I looked at all different ways and the best is buy train or plain! I'm going to be spending a lot of time on plains so I thaught this time I'm going to check out the train from what I've looked at it's cheap enugh and I get to see the scenery! 
Again you can look for the plain on to get it at the best price. 
For the train I've come to the idea it would be best to get when your there as it's cheap enugh. But I would recommend looking for some sort of time tables and price ( the price is around $10 for 2nd class) 👍 ideas off people and blogs just so you can get an idea I found mine at 

Most of the services operate from Stesen Sentral in Kuala Lumpur Sentral.

The stations you need are : Singapore (Woodlands) to Kuala Lumpur (KL Sentral – Sentral Kuala Lumpur)

For information on things to do in both Kuala Lumpur and Singapore visit there tourism websites it gives a good idea of all the things to see and do, and not just the tourist things. 



Some of the things I plan to do or look at in Kuala Lumpur is see and try and get a ticket to up the petronas twin towers the price is around £14 but sells out fast! There is also the botanical gardens what is free of course and there's a hotel opposite the towers with a sky bar and pool what I'd like to go to on a night to get an amazing night time city view with the towers. Another thing to see is the batu caves! 

In Singapore the things I want to see are all mainly free as it the architecture around the Bay Area as there is lots of are and sculpture too. One thing I do want to see and do is go on the flyer (on the bay again) it's just like the London eye but in Singapore it costs around £13 and then you get a lovely view of the city. The Bay Area is the marina area and has lots of things to see and do. 

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