Planet Travel Guide: Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. The Adventure starts
used this last time we've been in Malaysia to get around on our own in
Penang, and it proved to be more than helpful... Everything we were looking
for was there, and it worked... you need to know which bus is going to
take you to Kek Lok Si Temple or to Penang Hill and where this bus is
leaving at what time - no problem lah... You need a low budget but clean
and reliable hotel - you will find it... as we did.
You can't decide what to do tomorrow - open this book...
Lonely Planet Travel guides are written by experienced traveller that
have really been to all those places. The books are kept up to date by
the help of the traveller's community - you and us... you go there and
find out that they changed the bus line to Penang Hill - just send them
a Email - in the next edition you will find your piece of information
Lumpur: A Sketch Book
watercolor sketchbook showing KLs architecture and the everyday life on
streets and markets.
If you want to know the historical places in Kuala Lumpur and at the same
time enjoy great pieces of artworks, this is the book. Each page show
a different landmark that makes KL as unique as it can be. The Sultan
Abdul Samad Building, Masjid Jamek, China Town, Railway Station and much
more are nicely illustrated in watercolors. Each illustration is accompanied
by brief descriptions in handwriting, a truly unique presentation by the
artist and makes this book one of the kind. For artists and enthusiasts
alike, this is a definite collection, be it a source of knowledge or a
source of inspiration.
Lee Su Kim: Malaysian
Flavours. Insights Into Things Malaysian
A book about
the way Malaysians live, eat, drive, how we speak our Malaysian English
and some cross-cultural encounters with foreigners and between different
ethnic groups in Malaysia. This book will make us laugh at ourselves and
proud of ourselves for being a Malaysian. It will also help foreigners
to get to know our culture and understand the way we express ourselves,
the Malaysian way. It should reduce the culture shocks that might occur.
If you have a Malaysian spouse or have business contacts with Malaysians,
this is a must-read book. It’s very entertaining!
Published by: PELANDUK PUBLICATIONS (Unfortunately this book can’t be
purchase at Amazon.de, it can be found in bookshops in Malaysia)
E-mail me if you are interested in getting a copy of this book.
Kurokawa, Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Great photos, detailled
architectural plans - ideal for architects and students, but also for
all those that admire this amazing Airport.
All about Malaysia
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