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  • Cuti-cuti Malaysia: Penang HolidayVisit Kuala Lumpur http://klsentral.orgMaria asks…Don’t you think repairs, maintenance inspections, etc. should bedone before any holiday period….?For example:-1. Penang Hill….inspection during the Raya holidays?2. Penang Bridge Cameras…..temporarily shut down?….LOLS….3. Roads….so normal, yes?…..*sigh*Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Yeah, i think it is pretty stupid for them to be doing maintenance now,, where people come topenang for holiday.It is really frustrating. If they do proper preventive maintenance for your number 1 example, thenthey wont have to do the inspection during the heavy rain.Im just playing scrabble at home. 1/6
  • Sandra asks…How much currency are you allowed to take to Malaysia?I am going to Penang in malaysia on holiday and have been told there’s a limit on how muchmoney you’re allowed to take, someone told me around £150 worth of RM but someone elsetold me it was more like £1500 worth. Does anyone know the answer to this or where i can findout for certain?Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Non-resident Traveler is allowed to import :Ringgit Malaysia not exceeding RM1,000 each; andAny amount in foreign currency and travelers’ cheque, but must be declared in IMM26 form ifthe total amount exceeded USD10,000.Non-resident Traveler is allowed to export :Ringgit Malaysia not exceeding RM1,000 each; andForeign currency including travelers’ cheque not exceeding the amount brought into Malaysia.Note: Should you need to carry ringgit notes, foreign currency notes and traveller’s cheque inexcess of the permitted limits, prior written permission must be obtained from:Director,Exchange Control Department,Bank Negara Malaysia,Jalan Dato’ Onn,50480 Kuala Lumpur. 2/6
  • Tel: (603) 2698 8044 ext 8213Malaysian Customs:http://www.customs.gov.my/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=55Chris asks…What is it that attracts you to come for holidays in Penang andwhy?Surveys on our lovely island …PenangKaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:For us, it was simply a case of Penang being easily accessible from KL. It was a short flight anda complete change from the vibrancy of the city. We chose Penang- The Pearl of The Orientbecause we liked the idea of the beach at Batu Ferringhi, the lovely hotels (we choseShangri-las Rasa Sayang Resort).While we were there, we relaxed, shopped in the colourful street market at night, ate in thewonderful restaurants and hawker food stalls (which were fantastic and very reasonably priced).We also went up Penang Hill, went into Georgetown, Kek Lok Si, Dhammikarama, and thereclining Buddah temple to name only a few of the amazing sights we saw. It was truly awonderful holiday and we can’t wait to go back! 3/6
  • The people, the culture, the climate were the total package- we absolutely loved Penang andwould highly reccommend it as a definite choice for an excellent holiday experience.Lizzie asks…Holiday recommendations for Malaysia?Heading to Malaysia for my honeymoon in January, so far I want to go to Penang andLangkawi. Any other recommendations of where to go, what to do, what to see, etc, would begreatly appreciated!Thanks!Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:In Langkawi, perhaps you can get on a charter plane to circle the island to get an experience ofbird eye view of the 99 islands of Langkawi. Also get onto boat and enjoy scuba diving orsnorkeling.Penang is a place where you can get a chance to see diversity of Malaysia culture.How about adding Cameron Highland to your list.It’s a wonderful peaceful place for honeymooners too.A place of tea plantation, strawberry farms, rose garden and everything nice. 4/6
  • Http://www.cameronhighlandsresort.com/East Coast is never less. White sandy beach, unique culture and more islands to explore.Don’t forget to spend you last dime in Kuala Lumpur!A shopping heaven.Robert asks…Penang Georgetown – Sunway Hotel?Having holiday with my friend next week. All of us are first time visit to Penang (free andeasy).Staying at Sunway Hotel, wanted to know any nearby malls and place for good food withinwalking distance.Heard about Gurney Drive but kinda like too far away from our hotel.Would like to have more details before we head off.Any website for me to have the full details?Also planning to visit the Chinese Temples, not sure if it’s too far for our hotel or…Anyone knows whom can help.. tks. 5/6
  • Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers: 1) prangin mall (shopping and quite affordable price. Gurney is more expensive) and very near to your hotel. 2) gama (quite old but also a shopping mall) 3) eden hutton lane restaurant at hutton road. Near penang road. (good western food and affordable price). 4) a kopitiam (food centre etc) near umno building. A lot of choices of foods Powered by Yahoo! Answers Cuti-cuti Malaysia Hotels http://cuti-cutimalaysia.org Cuti-cuti Malaysia Vacation 6/6Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)