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{Download Ebook} ⛓ Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei ¼ Discover Malaysia, Singapore Brunei Have your fortune told by a psychic parrot, then dig into dosa in Singapore s Little IndiaTrek in the footsteps of tribal war parties on the Headhunters Trail in Gunung Mulu National ParkTravel the length of Peninsular Malaysia, through the world s oldest rainforest, on the Jungle RailwayGive the turtles plenty of space as they haul their kg bodies up the beaches of Cherating In This Guide Top adventure activity coverage the best hiking, snorkelling, caving, diving or bird watching infoFive authors andhours in country researching this editionMore listings of sustainable businesses, to help you make the right choices for the environmentFind out how you can minimise your impact at lonelyplanet a lot of the information is incorrect or outdated In my travels throughout Malaysia and Singapore, I ve found this book to be marginally useful If you re completely at a loss for what to do, you can usually look to this book for some kind of idea, but sadly most of the suggestions revolve around bland museums, shopping and eating The book pays an inordinate amount of attention to Sabah and Sarawak, as if jungle trekking were the only thing people come to Malaysia for The historical treatment is quite biased to the UK perspective and also inc In my travels throughout Malaysia and Singapore, I ve found this book to be marginally useful If you re completely at a loss for what to do, you can usually look to this book for some kind of idea, but sadly most of the suggestions revolve around bland museums, shopping and eating The book pays an inordinate amount of attention to Sabah and Sarawak, as if jungle trekking were the only thing people come to Malaysia for The historical treatment is quite biased to the UK perspective and also inconsistent in places Also, some of the phrases in the Malay phrase guide are wrong or else funny, leading to some potentially embarrassing gaffes.If you are planning a trip to the region, this book is still worthy of a purchase, but be aware of its limitations and be seek suggestions from locals or other travelers for different activities I m planning a trip to Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore next year, so I borrowed this from the library to get some ideas I am only giving this a 3 star rating because it really doesn t do much to help you plan if you re going to travel between countries As the journey from Singapore to Bangkok is a really common one, I was surprised there wasn t a lot to help people even if that was considered a side trip since Thailand isn t the focus of the book The chapter on Singapore is good I ended I m planning a trip to Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore next year, so I borrowed this from the library to get some ideas I am only giving this a 3 star rating because it really doesn t do much to help you plan if you re going to travel between countries As the journey from Singapore to Bangkok is a really common one, I was surprised there wasn t a lot to help people even if that was considered a side trip since Thailand isn t the focus of the book The chapter on Singapore is good I ended up buying that as a digital chapter to hold on to Found this very useful for planning my way around Malaysia, in particular the accommodation recommendations have been excellent In the next edition I would like them to give muchdetailed information on travelling between destinations this often missed out basics such a duration of journey or times or details of where timetables are Also there should be a tube map of the LRT and central train routes of KL.