Michael Ow

Michael Ow

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    malaysia emergency number

    The emergency phone number is 999. Dial this for emergency services. over 5 years ago

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    How safe is the Bukit Bintang area in Kuala Lumpur?

    This is a safe shopping area. By 'safe', I mean that you will be able to do what you normally do when you go shopping and sightseeing. However, this area is known to be a tourist hotspot and therefore you will need to take the normal precautions such as be aware of your surroundings and who's around you. The area has many pick-pockets and purse snatchers. Shops should have fixed prices too. Be cautious if a price isn't marked as that item is probably marketed with high price to tourists. about 6 years ago

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    Where can I find the best satay in Singapore?

    This is really a tough one to answer. Wherever you see a hawker center, there will be a satay vendor. Of the ones I tried, they are all good. They each have their own variations, such as consistency of sauce/gravy, size of satay, taste of the marinade used, etc. I can't categorically give just one but wish you luck to find the one you love the best. almost 7 years ago

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    Where can I see tea plantations near Kuala Lumur?

    There are tea plantations at Cameron Highlands, as well as vegetable farms and other nurseries. Best to book via an agent and take a tour bus there from KL. It is probably best to stay 1 or 2 nights and you can also fit in a tour of The Sungei Palas Tea Centre - open daily fm 9am to 4.30pm (except Monday). Free admission. almost 7 years ago

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    Is there left luggage at Kuala Lumpur airport?

    Yes. Pls refer http://www.klia.com.my/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=21 almost 7 years ago

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    What are some things I do can do in 5 days in Kuala Lumpur?

    If you're one for sightseeing, don't miss the KL Tower, Petronas Twin Towers (tours are open on particular days with limited numbers, so first-in, best dressed), Jalan Petaling Street Market, Visit Sunway Lagoon for some theme park and water park fun. There are plenty of shopping malls; local favorites include Mid Valley shopping complex, the Bukit Bintang shopping strip (with Lot 10, Sungei Wang plaza, etc). If you don't mind going out of KL a little, I suggest do a day tour or stay overnight at Genting Highlands - take the tour bus. Genting Highlands is located at the top of a hill with cooler weather. It has the hotel with the most room in the world (per Guinness World Records), casino, theme park, shops, restaurants. You have the option of taking a cable car from halfway up the hill. almost 7 years ago

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    Hong Kong hotel recommendation?

    Wow. That's a big open question. How much do you want to spend? Where do you need to be? What do you need? You can't actually need everything a hotel may have to offer. Comfortable would narrow down the field to 4 or 5 star hotels. Try here - hope it helps: http://www.hotelclub.com/Hong-Kong/Hong-Kong-hotels/ about 7 years ago

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    Can someone reccomend a good hotel in Langkawi for 2 adults 1 Adult age 14 and 1 child age 11 not too expensive

    You will be spoilt for choice when you check out the online accommodation providers. Try googling 'Langkawi Accommodation' and have a look there. Problem is, when you have a teenage child, majority of hotels will treat as an adult. Their child policy is generally child being up to 12 years of age. So you are actually needing accommodation for 3 adults and 1 child aged 11years. So, you will generally find better value in booking apartment or self-contained style accommodation. over 7 years ago