In the streets of Kuala Lumpur, you can not escape the giant billboards. (Malaysia, February 2006)
In the streets of Kuala Lumpur, you can not escape the giant billboards. (Malaysia, February 2006)

Malaysia: J-89

Dear English-speaking readers, this page is an automatic Google translation from a post originally written in French. My apologies for the weird sentences and the funny mistakes that could have been generated during the process. If you can read French, the original and correct version can be found here:

  Malaysia: Peninsula and Borneo - July 2006

To kill time while waiting for the big departure, I test the posting of a blog. Takeoff Friday, June 23, 2006: J-89 ... It's not so far!

I offer you a glimpse of the buildings of Kuala Lumpur, the ultra-modern Malaysian capital. Below, a photo taken during my stopover "shopping" between two planes, back from Thailand, last February.

In the streets of Kuala Lumpur, you can not escape the giant billboards. (Malaysia, February 2006)
In the streets of Kuala Lumpur, you can not escape the giant billboards. (Malaysia, February 2006)

Below, a night vision of the famous twin towers Petronas, seen between two buildings, from the sky train. Dizzying height of these twins towers Malaysian: 451 meters.

The light of the Petronas Towers of Kuala Lumpur seized from the moving subway ... (Malaysia, February 2006)
The light of the Petronas Towers of Kuala Lumpur seized from the moving subway ... (Malaysia, February 2006)

To tell the truth, the "shake" is involuntary. But it makes the picture more interesting, finally!

😉

  Malaysia: Peninsula and Borneo - July 2006

  Between Two Journeys

  1. Hello,

    My partner and I are going on a 7 month trip to South East Asia in less than a month (Yiha!).

    I have a question. Since we have booked our plane tickets (and that's it), the trip will be organized as and when. We (I) would love to go to the island of Borneo.

    We will certainly visit there from Singapore. Do you have tips for airlines that are worth the cost (low price, frequency)?

    I await your advice that will be welcome!

    Marielle.

    1. @Marielle: go for a ride on the site of Air Asia, the lowcost Malaysian, which serves low prices full of destinations in Southeast Asia ... I think it is the company with which I accumulate more than flights!
      😉

      If you are in Singapore, I think you will have to take off from Johor Bahru, Malaysia, just in front of you, to take Air Asia flights.

      Otherwise, in Indonesia, you can take Garuda companies or Lion Air / Wings Air, Batavia Air and other local companies (sometimes you have no choice, depending on the destinations you want to join), but avoid if possible the Merpati not reliable at all ...

      Otherwise, on the spot, whatever the country, if you do not find an Air Asia link for a specific route you want to do, you will always find small local agencies to help you locate and book flights, with local companies , may be suitable for you.

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