I am what you would call a jack of all trades, master of none. I love to travel, I love rock climbing, tennis and squash. I also play badminton and table tennis. Did I mention I am a jack of all trades? As you can see from my hobbies, I am exactly that.....haha!
So, this is about me :)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Generally it is safe to drive in Malaysia. However, similar to driving in other countries, be alert and be aware of your environment. Malaysian drivers have this bad habit of not using the left and right signals. A lot of my expat colleagues find this to be most annoying. Buses and lorries tend to speed just because they think they are bigger than cars. If other drivers honk, flash their lights or tailgate you for no reasons, just ignore them and when it is safety, move away from them. So again, be alert. Driving here can be quite scary but you will get the hang of it after 2 - 3 days. Oh ya, if it rains, drive slowly. Phil is right, taxi drivers drive like they have a death wish. If you are uncomfortable with the speed your taxi is traveling at, just ask the driver nicely to please slow down and that speed scares you. My company does this all the time with taxi drivers, reminding them to slow down and not to use mobile phone while driving. I hope you have an enjoyable trip :) over 7 years ago
I would suggest the usual big names like Avis and so on. over 7 years ago
I just saw them in one of the shops inside Pavilion Mall, downtown KL. I can't recall the exact shop name though. I am sure you will find it if you walk around. Hope this helps. almost 8 years ago
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