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9 Days is Singapore, 4 days with a car....Where to go.

Post by Remo909 » Tue, 12 Mar 2013 7:42 am

Hello all,

I have been researching through the tourism section of the forum and have come up with some great ideas of where to take the kids (10 & 13) during our stay in SG.

I have now got a car for four days and I am wishing to head over to Malaysia for a quick look also. One thing that I am really interested in seeing if possible is really old temples (the ones that are made of stone etc and are tourist attractions only). All I can find is the temples in and around Johor Bahru that are still functional so to speak. Can anyone tell me if there is something like I am looking for in South Malaysia.

I do not want to drive too far. To me, too far is more than thirty minute drive to destination. If it is really cool, I might be able to sweet talk the boss (wife) to go further. I really want to give the kids a bit of history culture outside of Australia.

Thanks all for reading this and thank you in advance for any suggestions.


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Post by Michael X » Wed, 15 May 2013 8:12 pm

If you are heading to Malaysia and have time, definitely check out Penang. The food is awesome and they have a UNESCO site called Georgetown. Really cool place.

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Post by ecureilx » Thu, 16 May 2013 11:54 am

NPark have a lot of options like Sungai Buloh, Chek Jawa, and a lot ..

Just look at their website

Some sites that not many would have seen or know they exist ..

Ford Motor Company (WW2)
Fort Canning (WW2)
Changi Prison Museaum / Chapel (WW2)
The Large Malaya Guns at Changi Prison
Tiong Bahru WW2 Shelter
Labrador Park battle park ..
As a project locate the memorial for the Sook Ching Massacre ;)

These can occupy you for a day or so ..

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Post by the lynx » Thu, 16 May 2013 12:05 pm

Malacca, which is 3 hours' drive from Singapore, is also another UNESCA Heritage Site, which boasts of historical sites from Portuguese settlement.

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