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KL Central is 3 stops away on the KLIA Transit (fare RM12.50), journey time: 30 minutes. Its just a short drive and boat ride away from my place and they provide all the cooking facilities and running water. We just have to bring food, drinks, plates, cutlery and a healthy appetite!
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If you like historical sites, there’s Sultan Abdul Samad’s Mausoleum and an old Dutch fort at Bukit Jugra together with a beautiful lighthouse, prawn farms and the best beggar chicken restaurant in Malaysia. Other sites include an old mosque and Palace at Bandar Lama Jugra. I’ll be glad to help you plan your trip to Malaysia and advise on some good places to visit here.