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Other Activities for my Malaysia Trip?

In the middle of March (just over 3 weeks from now) I head off to Malaysia to watch the 2015 Petronas Malaysian Formula1 Grand Prix.  But with a couple of days in the itinerary spare I figure I’ll do some other stuff. We all know that I’m heading to Penang and Johor Bahru during the trip, so naturally Legoland is on the cards but what else could I be doing?

Target Activities in and around Malaysia

  • Petronas Towers – I’ve been to Kuala Lumpur something like 4 times and never been up the Petronas Towers, unfortunately the Online Booking System is offline due to the impending implementation of GST in Malaysia.
    Petronas Towers
    Petronas Towers

    I can’t wait to have some pics from the Skybridge!

    Petronas Towers
    Petronas Towers
  • Singapore – When in Johor Bahru it would be silly to not “hop” the border and count around Singapore.  It’s also essential to one of my other plans!
    Singapore by Night
    Singapore by Night

    Singapore by Night
    Singapore by Night
  • PANDAS – By now you’ll have read the Panda Story and by travelling to Singapore  Zoo River Safari and Malaysias Zoo Negara I have the opportunity to take my Panda Tally to from 4 (Hong Kong 2012) to a massive 8!  That means 8/49 Pandas out of China spotted!
  • Monkey Beach – It’s in Penang and not far from Georgetown where I’ll be staying. It’s got lots of these guys, and I’m not the greatest fan of them, but it’s also an opportunity to tick off a “No Reservations” location.

     

  • Royal Malaysian Airforce Museum – This is apparently by many reviews to be considered a fairly rough and ready affair but I’m still keen to take a look.

    RMAF Museum
    RMAF Museum
  • Mall Crawling – Visit the 4th, 8th, 11th, 19th, 40th and 56th largest Malls in the world (Australias biggest ranks at around 70th) – Yes I’ve already been to the 8th and 19th largest before)

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Aaron

Geek, Car Guy, Former entrepreneur looking for the next big thing while doing the things I should have done 20 years ago. Key pusher and thinker for a large organisation who dreams to be doing something else.

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