Road Map Of Second Penang Bridge (Jambatan kedua Pulau Pinang)

Road Map Of Second Penang Bridge (Jambatan kedua Pulau Pinang)

Map of Second Penang bridge or Jambatan Kedua Pulau Pinang overlay over Google Map http://map.jambatankedua.com.my/ . Original Google Map still not showing the map of the Second Penang bridge.

Second Penang Bridge Road Map KML file can be download from this link :-

Want to embbed the Second Penang Brige map in your blog or website, please get the HTML codes here.

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This article dated 26 Feb 2014



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Last Minute Travel Checklist To Malaysia

Last Minute Travel Checklist To Malaysia

Welcome To Malaysia and in Malay language. "Selamat datang ke Malaysia". you can use Google Translate to help you to translate content in Malay into English or any other language. English to Malay dictionary can be easily bought in any book stores around Malaysia.

Check out this checklist to Malaysia, that contain guides and websites to make sure you have got everything taken care before your travel to Malaysia. For any websites suggested here, please locate the English language button to view contents in English.


(1) Passport and Visas.

1.1) All passports must be valid for at least six months and beyond the intended visiting period.

Immigration Department of Malaysia


Tel: +6038000800


1.2) Malaysian Missions Oversea. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Malaysia.


As at January 2014, Malaysia maintains diplomatic relations with countries and international organisations through 105 missions in 83 countries abroad. Please use the link above to check Malaysia Embassy for your country.

Please visit or call Malaysia embassy in your country for visa information and registration.


(2) Your country's embassy contact information in Malaysia

Ministry of Forgien Affair (Wisma Putra)


Register yourself with your country embassy when you arrive in Malaysia. This will help them to locate you for any emergency alerts.


(3) Debit and credit cards 

All automatic teller machine (ATM) for all banks in Malaysia accepted  Mastercard and Visa to withdraw money. Most of hotels, shops and business premises can accept Visa or Mastercard, debit and credit card.

You need to call your local bank before traveling to Malaysia to check your debit or credit card can be use in Malaysia.

Visit Bank Negara Malaysia website, for information about financial in Malaysia.


Local bank websites list can be view here.

Major local banks in Malaysia.

Maybank


CIMB Bank


local currency is called Ringgit Malaysia (RM)

1 US Dolar = RM2.8 (For estimation only. Rate may vary everyday). Visit local bank websites for up to date information.

(4) Guidebooks and maps

Visit the websites for more Malaysia guide and travel information




Tourism Info Line : 1-300-88-5050 (Within Malaysia)
or +603 2615 8188

List of Hotels in Malaysia

(5) Emergency information

Civil Defence

Emergencies Ambulance/Police/Fire and Rescue Department dial

999

(6) Others

It's hot and rainy in Malaysia. All important documents should be keep in water proof beg or folder. Keep it safe.

  • Doctors prescription.
Remember to bring along your doctor letter of type of medicine you may need to buy in Malaysia.

  • Travel insurance
  • Tickets (air, train and bus)

  • Cold and flu medicine
  • Antibiotics
  • Anti-diarrhoea tablets

This items can be buy in Malaysia mostly at Pharmancy like Guardian or Watson.

  • Lipbalm
  • Moisturiser
  • Sanitary pads
  • Tissues
  • Body and hand lotion
  • comb and brush
  • Shampoo and conditioner
  • Contact lens and cleanser
  • Cosmetics and perfume
  • Lozenges
  • Eye drops
  • Anticeptic cream
  • Slippers
  • Disposable underwear
  • Swimsuit
  • Gloves, socks and caps
  • condom

Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival

The pulsating world of Malaysian shopping.

(7) Safety Tips

Stay alert, use common sense and be aware of your surroundings. If you think you're being followed, step into a store or another public place and wait to see whether the person passed by.

Dress conservatively and inconspicuously - take your fashion cues from local women. In certain cultures, what you consider attractive casual clothing may seen as provocative or inappropriate, even offensive, which could spark harrassment.

Leave behind a detailed itinerary and photocopies of your passport's identification page and your flight and ticket information at home.

Warning. Trafficking in illegal drugs carries the death penalty in Malaysia.

(8) Record your information and keep it with your belongings

- Name, address and phone number of home country
- Identity and passport number
- Person(s) to notify in cases of emergency
- Health status eg, if any chronic illnesses like diabetes or hypertension
- Allergies to any medications, food etc
- Immunization records
- Name, address and phone number of your doctor
- Travel information policy

More websites

Lost In Kuala Lumpur Route One Path One

Making Money Online
http://cybermoney2u.blogspot.com/

First published : 15 August 2008 12:11 PM

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Festival Layang-layang Sedunia (World Kite Festival)

This annual World Kite Festival is held in Pasir Gudang allowing kite makes from over 30 countries to showcase their colourful and creative kite designs as well as their incredible flying skills.



Date : 19 Feb 2014 – 23 Feb 2014

Venue : Bukit Layang-Layang, Taman Bandar Pasir Gudang, Johor

Phone : +607-251 3720/ 21/ 22

Fax : +607-251 5260

Organiser : Pasir Gudang Municipal Council


1001 Inventions: Discover The Golden Age Of Muslim Civilisation

1001 INVENTIONS is a leading and an award-winning international science and cultural heritage brand reaching over 60 million people globally is now touring in Malaysia for 3 years starting at the National Science Centre, Kuala Lumpur.

Exhibition details
Free Entry to the National Science Centre with every purchase of 1001 INVENTIONS tickets.
Opens daily from 9am to 5pm.

Venue : National Science Centre (PSN), Kuala Lumpur
Contact Person :  Ms.Sabariah Daud: +6019 212 9880 / David Oh: +6019 382 7723 / Nicholas Cheah: 012 212 5699

For Group Packages : +6010 403 1001 / +603 7804 5122


Tickets

  1. Adults @ RM20 
  2. Child (7-17yrs) / Students with ID @ RM15 
  3. Senior citizens @ RM15.00
  4. Pre-school (4-6 yrs) @ RM6.00
  5. Family Package (2 Adults + 2 Child) @ RM60 
  6. Group packages – please contact group packages team

Visit Malaysia 2014


Visit Malaysia Year 2014 is the nation's biggest and grandest tourism celebration with Malaysia Truly Asia's endless wonders of events, festivals and activities all-year round. This is the perfect time to see, feel and experience Malaysia!

To know Malaysia is to love Malaysia.... Malaysia Truly Asia :)

Brazil Nut Trees and Nuts At Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM)

Brazil Nut is not like its name, not from the bean family. Brazil Nut Family Tree is from Ericales like cranberries and bluebarry.

Brazil Nut trees are tall and big. The fruits are hard and not easy to be break. Please refer to the picture below.

Brazil Nut

Brazil Nut


If you are interested to see the Brazil Nut trees, please visit the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM). FRIM is Malaysian forestry research center and the famous tropical forest research center in the world. Vast forest reserve area planted with various trees for study and research. Give your support to FRIM in maintaining forest research by visiting the official website of FRIM

http://www.frim.gov.my/

Facilities such as canopy walkway, camping sites, nature trails and other attractions. And do not forget to ask about the Brazil Nut trees.

National Craft Day 2012

See the arts and crafts at Kuala Lumpur Craft Complex. You may be able to find some souvenir here. Fashion shows and cooking demo will be held here as well.

Date : 22 Feb 2012 - 5 Mar 2012
Tel: +6 03 2162 7459
Website: http://www.kraftangan.gov.my

International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2012 Putrajaya

Twelve countries are expected to take part in the 4th Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta 2012.
Urban Well-being Minister Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin said.The countries included Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Poland and the United States.
The fiesta, with the theme “1World, 1Malaysia and 1Fiesta”, will see 25 hot air balloons adorn the sky over Putrajaya.
Khairudin Abdul Rani, chief executive officer of AKA Balloons Sdn Bhd, the main event organiser, said some of the newly introduced activities this year include a street touch rugby tournament for families, a bicycle fest, water sport activities and extreme sports.
“In the 2012 fiesta, we will see the return of the ever highly anticipated “night glow” event where the hot air balloons will participate in a light and sound show on the night of March 17, culminating in a beautiful display of fireworks,” he said.
He said thousands of local and international visitors are expected to attend the four-day fiesta this year compared to about 250,000 visitors in 2011.
Tel : +603 7981 8769

Thaipusam


Thaipusam is celebrated during the full moon of the 10th month in the Hindu calendar. It is normally held in the last week of January or the beginning of February, depending on the alignment of the sun, moon and planets.
A pilgrimage procession takes place to bring the statue of Lord Muruga, who represents virtue, youth and power, on a silver chariot led by more then 60 Kavadis adorned with peacock feathers from Little India to the Nattukottai Chettiar Temple atop the hill of Waterfall Road.

Date :7 Feb 2012