Malaysia practice, know

Farniente, soleil et plages en Malaisie

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Identity Card:
  • Capital Kuala Lumpur

  • People 28,250,000 hab .

  • Constitution : Constitutional Monarchy

  • Language Malay

  • Religion Islam

    Entry requirements:
    • Visa No visa required for a tourist stay of less than three months .

    • Passport : Your passport must be valid at least 6 months after your return date .

      • Currency Ringgit (MYR)

      • Currency rates One euro is worth approximately 3 RM 90

      • Change Banks and airports are not the best places to exchange your money exchange offices in shopping centers offer you the best rates <. / p>

      • Payment Cards : The ATMs are present in large cities, also still have realistic liquid on you .

      • Budget stay 1 Week 250-800 Euro

        • Restaurants
          Cheap : less than 5 € / person
          Average : 5-15 € / person
          Premium . more than 30 € / person.

          • accommodation
            Cheap : less than 15 € / night
            way Price: 15-40 € / night
            Premium : more than 100 € / night


            How to get there?

            • By Air: You will arrive in Malaysia probably by Kuala Lumpur airport. Several international airlines fly to Malaysia, but Malaysia Airlines System, the national carrier, handles most international traffic. The flight from Paris takes 14h, the best deals start at 700 euros return.

            • By Ferry: Ferries run between Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. Most connections are between ports in Sumatra and those of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore.

            • By train: Night trains run between Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand .

              On site:

              • Car : Roads satisfactory, we drive on the left in Malaysia .

              • Bus very dense network that many companies share is, are the safest and Transnasional NICE / Plusliner .

              • train older and slower network, covering the whole of Peninsular Malaysia but not Sabah / Sarawak .

              • plane : Many low-cost airlines will allow you to move quickly in Malaysia Air Asia, Malaysia Airlines, Berjaya Air .

                • Vaccinations : If you go outside major cities, update vaccinations recommended DT-polio. Other recommended vaccinations: typhoid, viral hepatitis A and B .

                • Tips avoid drinking tap water and eating raw vegetables and undercooked meat .

                  • terrorist risk: It is currently (2013) recommended to go to the north and east coasts of Sabah region and near the border with Thailand .

                  • Delinquency: A sustained vigilance is needed especially in Kuala Lumpur in order not to be a victim of pickpockets and snatchers. Caution also in bars and nightclubs, never leave your drink unattended, tourists have been drugged without their knowledge and robbed later.

                    • Climate : Tropical climate, hot and humid all year round with very little temperature difference .

                    • Average temperatures 27 & deg; C in summer and 27 & deg; C in winter .

                    • Best time to reach : The monsoon lasts from October to February, with heavy rains often cause flooding. Not really the best time to visit Malaysia, prefer the rest of the year or the weather is slightly drier but still very hot.

                      Daily life: