Getting to Malaysia

 

The central hub of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur served by Malaysia's new international airport  at Sepang,  50km from the city. There is also an international airport in Langkawi. Most tourists either fly into Sepang or arrive overland from Thailand or Singapore.  There are four road border crossings between Malaysia and Thailand.

There is also a rail link From Kuala Lumpur to Singapore and Bangkok. To get to/from Singapore, cross the causeway at Johor Bahru, catch a ferry or take the train. There are some really bargain flights between the two cities.

 

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Getting to Thailand

 

A host of international carriers land at Suvarnbhumi International Airport, Bangkok's major airport terminal. The city is 30 minutes by taxi or coach. Don Muang (Bangkok)  Phuket, Samui and Krabi  also have an international Airports.

A useful  website for flight information is : www.google.com/travel/flights

Overland travel from Malaysia is also popular and there are four border crossings between Thailand and Malaysia. There is a good overnight train service as well as coach services. There are also overland border posts with which Cambodia popular with back-packers.

 

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Getting to Indonesia

 

The principal gateways for entry to Indonesia are Jakarta and Bali. Jakarta is serviced by more airlines but, thanks to its huge tourist trade, Bali gets almost as much traffic. Other popular destinations with international flights are Manado in North Sulawesi and Lombok Island.

A useful  website for flight information is : www.google.com/travel/flights

 


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Getting to Vietnam

 

The central tourism hub of tourism in Vietnam is Ho Chi Min City (Saigon) which is situated in the south. The other major gateway is Hanoi in the North. Da Nang, in central Vietnam, also has an international airport. Most of the major international Airlines fly  or have code-share flights to Vietnam.  

A useful  website for flight information is : www.google.com/travel/flights

Domestically Vietnam Airlines covers the whole country. There are a number of road border crossings from Cambodia, Laos and China. 

For more details go to:   https://vietnam.travel/things-to-do/information-travellers-novel-coronavirus-vietnam

 

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Getting to Cambodia

 

 

There are here are over 20 International Airlines flying to  the capital Phnom Penh. From here most tourists head North to Siem Reap or South to the coastal town of Sihanoukville. There are flights between Siem Reap direct to Sihanoukville. It is possible to fly directly to Sihanoukville from Phnom Penh, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Bangkok, Hong Kong and many other Asian Airports.

A useful  website for flight information is : www.google.com/travel/flights

There are also a number of road border crossings from Thailand, Laos and Vietnam.

  

 
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