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Lonely Planet Malaysia, Singapore Brunei ebook

by Damian Harper,Richard Watkins,Simon Richmond


I love Lonely Planet, and have traveled to dozens of countries following their advice. This guidebook, however, was pretty worthless (at least for peninsular Malaysia and Singapore, where we were)

I love Lonely Planet, and have traveled to dozens of countries following their advice. This guidebook, however, was pretty worthless (at least for peninsular Malaysia and Singapore, where we were). Kuala Lumpur's was completely unusable.

by Lonely Planet (Author), Simon Richmond (Author), Brett Atkinson (Author), Lindsay Brown (Author), Austin Bush (Author), Damian Harper (Author), Anna Kaminski (Author), Anita Isalska (Author), Ria de Jong (Author) & 6 more

by Lonely Planet (Author), Simon Richmond (Author), Brett Atkinson (Author), Lindsay Brown (Author), Austin Bush (Author), Damian Harper (Author), Anna Kaminski (Author), Anita Isalska (Author), Ria de Jong (Author) & 6 more.

by Lonely Planet (Author), Brett Atkinson (Author), Lindsay Brown (Author), Austin Bush (Author), Damian Harper (Author), Anna Kaminski (Author), Anita Isalska (Author), Ria de Jong (Author), Simon Richmond (Author) & 6 more.

Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei by Simon Richmond (Paperback, softback)Title: Malaysia . item 1 Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei (Lonely Planet Country Guides)-Damian Harper, Si -Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei (Lonely Planet Country Guides)-Damian Harper, Si. £. 9.

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Simon Richmond, Damian Harper. A great book about Malysia, Singapore, & Brunei. It seems like fitting all three places would be too hectic in one vacation, so I only visited Malaysia and Singapore

Simon Richmond, Damian Harper. maps and information to make travel within and between these three nations easy- from the markets of Singapore to the stilt villages of Brunei the best tips are right here- the lowdown on the hottest shopping, entertainment and eating spots in Singapore. Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Melaka. It seems like fitting all three places would be too hectic in one vacation, so I only visited Malaysia and Singapore. Even Malaysia and Singapore isn't that close by, but you can take a train.

Explore Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. Top experiences in Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei.

Lonely Planet, Simon Richmond, Brett Atkinson. Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher. Lonely Planet Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Admire Kuala Lumpur from the glittering Petronas Towers, climb the Telaga Tujuh waterfalls in Langkawi, or glide through the water village of Kampung Ayer -all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei and begin your journey now!

Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei By Simon Richmond, Damian Harper, Tom Parkinson, Richard Watkins Published by Lonely . Beolens, Bo; Watkins, Michael; Grayson, Michael (2011). The Eponym Dictionary of Reptiles. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei By Simon Richmond, Damian Harper, Tom Parkinson, Richard Watkins Published by Lonely Planet, 2007; ISBN 1-74059-708-7, ISBN 978-1-74059-708-1.

Title: Lonely Planet Discover Malaysia & Singapore (Travel Guide) Item Condition: used item in a very good condition. Publisher: Lonely Planet ISBN 13: 9781743215845. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Показать все 8 объявления с подержанными товарами. Продавец:awesomebooksusa (294456)98,8% положительных отзывовСвязаться с продавцом.

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Mohn
I love Lonely Planet, and have traveled to dozens of countries following their advice. This guidebook, however, was pretty worthless (at least for peninsular Malaysia and Singapore, where we were). The food recommendations were very hit-or-miss (so after a while we ditched their advice and followed wikitravel/tripadvisor (luckily we had internet everywhere we were)), and the maps were AWFUL. Kuala Lumpur's was completely unusable. For planning, the book was OK--descriptions of sites were good, but not so much for logistics, which may reflect Malaysia's rapidly improving infrastructure more than the book itself. We were a bit frustrated by finding accommodation in Malaysia-- almost all of the LP reviews are somewhat tepid, and considering how inexpensive accommodation is in MY, we would have liked some more rave-worthy guesthouses. Not sure if that reflects on the book or the country, though. Still, until LP updates this book, I'd go with a different guidebook.
Deorro
This guide has gone with me to Malaysia and Singapore. It's great for planning ahead and inspiration when you're not quite sure what to do next. The area maps with all the landmarks (attractions, hotels, restaurants) are particularly helpful. An itsy-bitsy warning, though: maybe 2 of the dozens of places we've found in the book were closed down. If that is a big concern, just call ahead.

If you're going to Jonker Night Market in Melaka, don't forget your Lonely Planet book! Wave it at Ho Eng Hui, the Coconut Kung Fu Master and he will sign it. Now, that's a souvenir!
Gravelblade
I stayed in Kuantan, Malaysia, for a week. And, there was only a short paragraph about Kuantan. There was no mentioning of the nightlife, health clubs, massage, and Sengai Pandan Waterfall near Kuantan. If you're looking for in-depth details about Kuantan, you will be disappointed. But, there are many pages devoted to Kuala Lumpur. So, for small towns, I suggest buying a separate guide book.
Kalrajas
It is a tour guide book. It helped my wife find out the basics of what is in and around the city/country of Singapore. Wuree, you can find all the same information online through Google......but it is nice to have one place you can flip through to find out about most of the touristy things to do in Singapore. My wife carried it with her throughout her trip (I was there for business, so she was on her own each day) and it came in handy many times as she found new things to see and visit.
Billy Granson
Used this book along with trip advisor to travel through kuala lumpur and singapore - it's a wonderful reference! We took it w us every time we left the hotel.
Whilingudw
Quite weak in coverage of neighborhoods in KL. but good for a broad brushstroak of the city.
Cordanara
So far everything is ok, I will put the book to the test in the beginning of next year when I'm there. I also think is a book more oriented for backpackers and "tree-hugers" but is good to have an overview of the region.
Purchased this book to get basic information about the Island of Langkawi. Provided great restaurant list and information about getting around the island. Highly recommend this book if traveling to Malaysia.
Lonely Planet Malaysia, Singapore  Brunei ebook
Author:
Damian Harper,Richard Watkins,Simon Richmond
Category:
Asia
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Publisher:
Lonely Planet; 9th edition (February 2004)
Pages:
624 pages
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