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1 When is the best time to visit malaysia?

Humidity is high throughout the year in Malaysia and temperatures are often around 30 ° C in lowlands and 20 ° C in highlands. March to April is often considered the best time to visit because it is the shoulder season that gives you the best time of both worlds, with a relatively short season compared to January and February, but with fewer tourists than May - October. Will give. If your holiday does not coincide with the recommended period, then any month between March and October is a good option.

2 Where to live in malaysia?

Kuala Lumpur - Step in Guesthouse (Budget) - 5 USD / night (Dormitory) | Chaos Hotel Kuala Lumpur (Mid-Range) - 30 USD / Night (Standard Queen Room) Melaka - Ringo's Foyer Guest House (Budget) - 6 USD / Night (Dorm) | Once in Peninsula (Mid-Range) - 12 USD / night (double room, shared bathroom and free breakfast) Cameron Highlands - Traveler Bunker Hostel (Budget) - 6.14 USD / Night (Dorm) | Gerrard Place (Mid-Range) - 26 USD / Night (Double room with private bathroom) Penang - The Frame Climate (Budget) - 8 USD / Night (Dorm) | 21 USD / night (double room with shared bathroom)

3 How to reach Malaysia?

Malaysia is easily accessible via AirAsia, a popular low-cost airline in Asia, headquartered in Kuala Lumpur. All flights will pass through KL so that you do not have any problem going to Malaysia from within Asia. Be sure to browse through Skyscanner or Expedia for a cheap flight from Malaysia to your country. If you are coming from Singapore, there are many buses from Singapore to Melaka every day. It should cost you around 80 MYR and it will take you 4 hours to reach Melaka. For this trip you can book your bus ticket from 12Go Asia. If you are currently in Thailand and want to travel to Malaysia, there are many buses connecting Haat Yai (Thailand) to Georgetown, Penang. The bus should cost around 40 MYR and will take about 4 - 5 hours.

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4 How to get around Malaysia?

The bus system in Malaysia is very well connected and accessible to tourists and most people speak English which helps a lot in navigating the country through public transport. All the places recommended in this itinerary are connected via Kuala Lumpur, so that you can easily book your bus tickets online at 12Go Asia and also show up at the terminal Bersepadu Selatan or KL Centrale Bus Terminal Within large cities such as Kuala Lumpur, you can take the RapidKL train, which should include most of the tourist attractions in and around the city. The GRAB Taxi App is also a great option if you want to get around places away from the general tourist area. For small towns like Penang, you can easily walk to most places or you can go by local bus and get most of the tourist attractions easily and cheaply. For the Cameron Highlands and Melaka, most of the tourist attractions in these 2 locations are within walking distance. In Cameron Highland, there are many hiking trails that you can hike to see places and in Melaka, you can either walk or call the GRAB Taxi App to easily get around the city.

5 What is the daily budget?

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6 Is Malaysia well conncted to the internet?

in malaysia Internet access in Malaysia is really good even if you just rely on WiFi. All the hostels I stayed in have good Wifi or else any of the cafes, especially PapaRich and Old Town White Coffee Cafe in every city in Malaysia, all have reliable fast wifi. If you want access to the internet on the go, you can get a local SIM card as well for a very good price. I got a 5GB SIM card from Celcom for just 30 MYR for 30 days and I got a 4G connection at almost every place I visited. For more information about Malaysia Sim Card: Malaysia Prepaid Data Sim Card.

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7 Do I need Travel Insurance?

If you are looking for travel insurance to go along with your trip in Malaysia, I would recommend WorldNomer, which I use in search of a travel insurance that is suitable for my type of adventure.

Check out our blog on Offkey things to do in Malaysia to know more about this beautiful piece of land.