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Driving in Peninsular Malaysia on the expressway is very pleasant. It's a wonderful experience as you can stop anywhere in your own time. The scenery is lush and green and you can always stop overnight at any of the towns as there are always a number of hotels available throughout the journey.

Driving outside the cities can be great fun and a excellent way to view the country Especially if you use the country roads. These pass through Kampungs, villages, orchards plantations and settlements will enables you to view the countryside.

Driving can be a hazard though especially so if you are not used to driving on the left side of the road and also with young motorcylists who often ride with a reckless disregard for their own safety. They can make driving a little difficult in the built up areas as they often speed through the car lanes. You will get a first hand view as you arrive and enter the city.


Almost 80 percent of Malaysian roads are paved. An overland journey from Thailand to Singapore can be made easily through Peninsular Malaysia by driving through the North-South Expressway on the west coast and through the East-West Highway to the east coast. Buses, taxis and coaches, both interstate and local, also ply between various destinations.

The speed limit on the Expressway is usually 110km/hr, but in some areas it is only 90 km/hr. Expressway users pay a toll based on the distance travelled and the type of vehicle. They collect a transit ticket from the entry toll plaza and pay the toll at the exit toll plaza.

Located along the Expressway are several Rest and Service Areas with food stalls, toilets, public telephones, petrol stations and parking areas.



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To drive on Malaysian roads, you require a Malaysian Competent Driving Licence, Probationary Driving Licence or an International Driving Licence. To use a foreign licence, get it endorsed by the Road Transport Department. Please note that all vehicles move on the left-hand side of the road and that the use of safety belts by passengers is mandatory.




Express Buses
Express bus services are readily available to all destinations and virtually connect to all parts of the country. Fares are reasonable and the buses are air-conditioned and relatively comfortable.

Standard bus is AC, 42 seats; "Business" VIP 24-25 seats;  "Executive" Super VIP has 21-24 seats with WC, snacks & nonstop.


Taxi's
There are also taxis available though it may be expensive and not always readily available when you want one. If you are taking a taxi to go out of the city or town and do no want to hire the whole taxi, you then would probably have to wait for the taxi to get enough passengers before it is able to proceed.


Transportation & Transfer Services
Here we offer services which includes, bus coach hire, limousines, MPV, Car and Van Charter with driver. Car Rental services are also available.

 


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