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Friendly Penang motorists politely give way to cyclists, allowing visitors to explore a total of 20 points of interest such as the Clan Jetties of Penang, the traditional Chinese fishing settlements, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion in just over 8 hours.

Frankly, I do not know Penangite motorists are so polite and civil-minded to give way to cyclists. Maybe she was given such special treatment during her cycling tour in the Georgetown under a VVIP escort service by the traffic police.

I tried to cycle around Peninsular Malaysia after my graduation with a bully. Unfortunately the buddy is a person who is always doing work in half-way. At the end, I had to escort him back to KL and cut short the whole trip after only finishing KL to Pekan route.

I did time my normal cycling speed after a few days on the road, it was about 30 Km per hour. The plan was peddling 100 to 120 Km in each day and took 30-day to complete the journey.

Round the peninsula with bicycle is one of my regrettable and incomplete missions.

Had learned a bitter lesson from the incident, do not find a travel partner who is weak in mental strength and cannot hold on till the finishing line. It’s better to travel alone if you cannot find a right travel partner.

Before you want to marry with someone, go DIY traveling with your future life partner for one or two weeks. If both of you have no quarrel and friction during the whole journey, go ahead to register. If not, it’s better to rethink and reassess your partner is truly a right soulmate for you.

Now you can tour around Malaysia on a bicycle

15th November 2012

Tourism Malaysia has developed 87 cycling packages throughout the country, affording visitors the opportunity to explore the country at their leisure and a “live like locals” experience. Touring by bicycle allows visitors to explore the beauties, sights and sounds of the Malaysian countryside taking as many stops as they like along the route. As a result, they can discover points of interest, taste local delicacies and meet local people in a way that would not be possible with a traditional bus tour. Discover Malaysia by bicycle from just £45 per person, see below for more details.

There are several pre-organised tours that follow a set itinerary and offer visitors a guided exploration of some of Malaysia’s most well-known and historic sites. The ‘Tour of Delights’ offers visitors the chance to explore Penang in North-West Malaysia, one of the most developed, ethnically diverse and thriving tourist areas. Over two days and one night the tour covers a total distance of 6.07km over a predominantly flat course that is relatively easy for most visitors. Friendly Penang motorists politely give way to cyclists, allowing visitors to explore a total of 20 points of interest such as the Clan Jetties of Penang, the traditional Chinese fishing settlements, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion in just over 8 hours.

The two-day, one-night ‘Tour of Heritage’ allows visitors to explore Ipoh, the capital city of Perak State, by both van and bicycle. The first leg is a half-day Ipoh city Tour by van, with the second leg covering 8.41km by bicycle, taking just over two hours and covering ten sites.

Malaysia Airlines fly daily from London Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur International Airport with Visa’s purchased on arrival for British passport holders. Year round events include the Royal Langkawi International Regatta in January, the Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix in March, the Malaysia International Shoe Festival in April, Colours of Malaysia Cultural Festival in May, Malaysia’s Summer Contemporary Arts Tourism Festival, Malaysia Annual International Gourmet Festival in October and the Summer and End of Year Mega Sales Carnivals with many other notable events throughout the year. Malaysia has a tropical climate and is a very welcoming multi-cultural society home to some of the best spa resorts in the world. Malaysian cuisine is as diverse as the nation itself, fusing the culinary traditions and flavours of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Arabian and European cooking.

For more information, visit tourism.gov.my.

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金貴 says:

新春大震撼!
马华部长黄燕燕说年初二她很想(love to)和PSY一起表演骑马舞,希望大家"唔走鸡"!

念念姐这么喜欢跳舞,大家就让她大选落选,那样她就可以跳到飽!
还是不要想好,老母猪要跳舞……..想吐!

一百五十万人民血汗钱请这白痴歌星来跳白痴马舞奸至污辱大马华裔的智慧!去者白痴!

Mac Davis says:

Yen Yen said on Astro Awani that 50% of chinese now support BN.
What say you, nkkhoo?

nkkhoo says:

She can say whatever she want, this is a part of democracy system.

Azuan says:

Ng Yen Yen is a liability to BN in PRU13.
That’s why no Umno fellow dare to pledge to cut their @!#$% if she lose in Raub.