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BAMBA EXPERIENCE > MALAYSIA BY BUS
MALAYSIA BY BUS
Malaysia by Bus
Malaysia by Bus
Malaysia by bus is becoming popular very quickly. Bordering Thailand in the South, backpackers may be forgiven for overseeing Malaysia. Make no mistake though, as Malaysia by bus is rapidly growing in reputation. Sandwiched between Thailand and Singapore, Malaysia is now growing ever more popular with backpackers doing the classic Bangkok - Singapore (and vice versa) route.
Malaysia by bus is not complete without the island of Penang, which is an attractive backpacking destination because of its beautiful beaches. Georgetown is a historic city called which flourished under British Colonial rule and is home to a smorgasbord of ethnicities and cultures that gave birth to a unique and delicious cuisine. Its not uncommon for backpackers to end up hanging around a few days longer than they had planned.
Melaka, is a favourite for backpackers as it is incredibly rich in history. Once the most important trading post between East and West, Melaka fell under Portuguese control, then switched to Dutch rule, before finally becoming part of the British Empire. Malaysia by bus has grown here recently due to its convenient location, lying between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Although only 150 years old and lacking in historical importance, Kuala Lumpur makes up through modern shopping malls and highways, and cosmopolitan ambience. It’s a great place for Malaysia by bus and backpackers often hang around for a few days to visit the Petronas Towers, Chinatown and Little India.
Asia’s best kept secret is arguably Malaysia by bus in Borneo. Not too commercialized, backpackers keep this area well monitored under their radar. The states of Sabah and Sarawak make up East Malaysia and they are blessed with natural wonders that are perfect backpacking activities. From hiking Mount Kinabalu, South East Asia’s highest mountain, to jungle explorations to see wild Orang Utans, to world class Scuba diving and snorkeling. It’s no wonder that East Malaysia’s reputation as a popular Backpacking in Malaysia destination is growing rapidly.