Malaysia is a big country and there is lots to see but, as we would be travelling during the rainy season, it meant the east coast was pretty much off limits. As you know we prefer to slow travel so didn’t want to squeeze too much into our 3 week itinerary for Malaysia. After a bit of research and studying the map to see the best route we decided on this rough itinerary.
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Do you want to travel to New York and experience the big apple first hand? We absolutely loved our stay and managed to fit in a lot of sightseeing, almost too much! So we decided to break it down for you and have hand picked the best attractions and things to see and do in New York.
For me one of my favourite things to do in Marrakech was to simply wander around the souk for hours on end. The huge markets stretch on forever and even if it’s not intentional you will most likely end up lost at some point. The narrow alleyways and endless corners are enough to confuse even the best map reader.
From the very beginning we always thought a month in Myanmar would be a large dent in our budget. Our daily budget for the whole of South East Asia is £12 per person per day (or $18) but we thought it would be impossible to keep to this in Myanmar. We’d read about people just about surviving on $20 a day but they’d resorted to sleeping in monasteries for free and surviving off only street food.
There are a lot of things to do in Yangon, Myanmar, with more and more tourists visiting the city every year. I for one am not usually a city girl but there is something about Yangon that is unique with its genuine people and hustling streets, I definitely fell in love a little bit. If like us, you want to visit Yangon and avoid the main touristy sights and are conscious of how much money you’re spending then we recommend doing these 5 things!