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Kuala Lumpur and Malaysian Peninsula



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Survey the sprawling high-rises of Kuala Lumpur from the Petronas Twin Towers in the morning, walk around Chinatown and the colonial core in the afternoon, and take your pick from a choice of Indian, Chinese, Malay, Thai or Japanese cuisine for dinner. The whole Malaysian peninsula is within easy reach of this energetic capital city. You can travel to the temperate hill resorts and tea plantations of the north, the colonial wonders and rural hinterland of the south, and the idyllic beaches and islands of the east coast. Footprint FocusKuala Lumpur & Malaysian Peninsula provides comprehensive coverage of this fascinating and exciting destination. Essentials section with useful advice on getting to and around the peninsula. Comprehensive, up-to-date listings of where is best to eat, sleep and play. Includes information on tour operators and activities, from diving to fishing trips. Detailed maps for Kuala Lumpur and other key destinations. Slim enough to fit in your pocket. Loaded with detailed information and advice, Footprint FocusKuala Lumpur & Malaysian Peninsula will help you make the most of your trip without weighing you down. The content of the Footprint focus Kuala Lumpur & Malaysian Peninsulaguide has been extracted from Footprint's Malaysia and Singapore Handbook.

Author Biography

Paul Dixon has travelled extensively in Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Indian subcontinent. He has spent the last nine years living and working in Indonesia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia and China as an English teacher. When not preparing his students for exams, Paul writes travel articles for several foreign magazines and travel websites, as well as helping to research and write guidebooks for Footprint.

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