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Malaysia Traveler Guide – General Tips, Entry Requirements, Immigration etc   o     Entry RequirementsVisitors to Malaysia must be in possession of a valid passport or travel document with a minimum validity of six m ...

Dress Code in Malaysia
Business & Formal Occasions   o     Business CardsIt is customary to exchange business cards with those in your business circle. Business cards are usually given with both hands or with the left hand holding up the ...

Working Hours In Malaysia
o     Government OfficesAll government offices operate on a five-day week. In all states, except Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu, offices are open from Mondays to Fridays and are closed during the weekend. Government offices i ...

Social Life in Malaysia
Social Etiquette in Malaysia In Malaysia, introductions are normally acknowledged with a handshake. In the Muslim culture, handshakes are generally exchanged between people of the same gender. Some Muslim ladies may acknowledge an introduction to a ...

Malaysian Culture and Religion
Religious Etiquette Malaysians celebrate a variety of colourful festivals. The most grand is the Muslim festival Eid ul-Fitr, locally known as Hari Raya Aidilfitri. This festival marks the beginning of Syawal, a new year in the Muslim calendar. Prio ...

Malaysia Practices
Dos and Don'ts When visiting Malaysia, visitors should observe local customs and practices. Some common courtesies and customs are as follows:   o     Although handshakes are generally acceptable for both men and wom ...

Tropical Health
Tropical Health   o     Dehydration & SunburnThe sun is strong throughout the year in the country. Proper care against sunburn must be constantly taken. Dehydration and loss of salt through perspiration are two oth ...

Tout Taxi
Malaysia is rife with all sorts of misadventures. It wouldn't be a surprise to hear visitors complaining about how they were conned at Petaling Street or how they paid RM100 for a 2km taxi ride. There are a number of things that Malaysia should be as ...

Haggling Tips
Everyone enjoys a good bargain, whether it be for the thrill of it or just to knock off a few bucks. One of the best places to find a good bargain in Kuala Lumpur is Petaling Street . Better known to the Chinese locals as “ Chee Cheong Kai ”, thi ...

Malaysian Local Food
Known for it own peculiar mix of food, our team at Streedirectory.com scoured the streets of Kuala Lumpur to find out what is truly Malaysian food. Many of such simple yet authentic dishes can be found at the hawker stalls along the roads and this is ...

Travel Packing Tips
Being tasked with the most challenging part of a trip? Packing! How erractic is the weather? What attire to adorn for a night out and what shoes to bring along? Such are the questions posed by men and women alike. Be it near or far, distance is seldo ...

Travel Safety Tips
As beautiful as Malaysia may sound, it also has its drawbacks. The most apparent one will be the petty crime rate. Snatch thieves and robbers roam the streets in search of their next victim and unfortunately, there is not enough man power in the law ...

KL Coaches
Some people might say that I'm an authority on commuting between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur . I would have to agree with them. I've gone through the causeway, pass Ayer Keroh and the other way around so many times that I'm able to pinpoint where I am ...

Kuala Lumpur Accommodation
Kuala Lumpur offers many types of accommodation for every traveller. We have the 5 star hotels, the not so 5 star hotels, the backpackers’ inns and service apartments all over the city. There’s something for everyone and every budget, even if you ...

KL Busses
Getting around the city and its surrounding areas might be a bit of a challenge in Kuala Lumpur. Considering the size of Klang Valley, it isn’t surprising as well. It isn’t easy to regulate buses for such a large area and even so, utilization rat ...



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Malaysia Air Transportation
Malaysia Guide – Getting to Malaysia via Air (KLIA)   Getting There The state-of-the-art Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is the main gateway into the country, and services over 45 international airlines. The newly-opened Low-Cost ...

Malaysia Public Transportation
Getting Around The country has a well-developed and efficient pubic transportation system served by buses, taxis and trains. In Kuala Lumpur. the Putra and STAR Light Rail Transit (LRT), KL Monorail and KTM Komuter trains provide regular and hassle- ...

Transportation In Malaysia
Malaysia Guide – Getting around Malaysia by Air, Rail & Sea   By AirThe national carrier, Malaysia Airlines and the budget airline AirAsia offer domestic air travel to major cities in the peninsula and to the states of Sabah and Sara ...

Travelling In Malaysia
o     By Road - Self-Drive Holidays Most points in Peninsular Malaysia are accessible via the North-South Expressway which links up to coastal roads and the rest of the road arteries in the country. The Expressway is an exc ...



 

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