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25 Apr. - 26 Apr.
Loved this place.. great location and friendly helpful staff...hotel was very quiet we felt we were the only ones there. Tourism has been impacted by Covid 19. Pool was nice and huge gym. Breakfast was nice but our last day it was moved to the horizon club as I guess it’s saves money? Nicest Shangri-La ...
15 Apr. - 16 Apr.
Excellent and very professional service. Clean room. Originally was given a room with a very poor view facing the roof of the shopping centre at low floors. The staff was kind to change our rooms to higher floors at level 14 which we could have a glimpse of the Georgetown coastal sea. Really grateful ...
Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia divided into two distinct areas. Peninsular Malaysia, also known as West Malaysia, is part of the Asian mainland and is home to the majority of the region’s population and industries. East Malaysia borders Brunei and Indonesia and is known for its tropical jungles and great scuba diving. Malaysia boasts big, modern cities such as Kuala Lumpur, and hosts a strong tech industry, but in many ways it is still a developing nation. As a visitor, that means you can enjoy many modern conveniences, while snagging Malaysia hotels at a low cost.
Sitting close to the equator gives Malaysia balmy weather year-round. This makes Malaysian beaches a great retreat. When you visit, don’t forget your umbrella, though. Monsoon season runs October through February for the northeast and April to October for the southwest. Expect nearly daily rain, though the wet weather usually lasts less than an hour.
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