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Hello everyone,,
I will be in Malaysia between 19 and 26 Dec, and was thinking about staying in Cameron Highlands for a day (22-23 Dec) when will be going from Penang to Kuala Lumpur.

Anyone can recommend a place to stay and what to see in that short time?

From what I can see, direct bus from Penang and to Kuala Lumpur are stopping only in Tanah Rata (but might be wrong)

Next month I am going to Malaysia. I am 28 years old and single for the last two years. I'm tired of the attitude of American women and now I want to have a relationship with a foreign girl. So next month, I'm going to Malaysia to spend my holidays. So I hope I'll find a good partner there. But I don't know anything about Malaysian girls and the Culture there. No idea how I'll find a girl for a date. I found an article that is specifically written about dating Internationally. what you think the information in this article is based on facts? Is there anyone who has experience dating there? or know about the most popular dating website in Malaysia? Is it easy to find a soulmate there in Malaysia, or should I change my destination? Your advice will be very meaningful to me.
As I wrote before, I had to cancel my trip to Malaysia due to the lockdown. Unfortunately, evisa is valid only 90 days after the approval (I used to apply for it and find out all details), and I'm not sure, the current situation in the world will allow me to go there until my visa expires (it will be in late August). Of course, I still hope for the best. Anyway, I'm collecting all information that can be useful for me during my visit. So, in case someone can share tips, it will be highly appreciated.
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Taman Negara is an option, but if you are prepared to go for it, then look at Royal Belum State Park. A huge park in the northern parts of Peninsular Malaysia. It is part of the even bigger Belum-Temengor Forest Complex (BTFC). Belum-Temengor Forest Complex (BTFC) that is shared with Thailand – is now one of the least visited ecotourism as Taman Negara becomes touristy. On the boarder with Thailand and some fabulously quiet and real eco-tourism. Elephants, Malaysian tigers, Sumatran rhinoceros, Malaysian sunbear, tapirs, the white-handed gibbon, hornbills and 3 specics of rafflesia, lake Tasik Temenggor. Car rental from Penang or Kota Bharu. Can not be done as a day trip and is better combined with at least an overnight.

No one can yawn at that!

For caving and trekking then you might have to look to Sarawak in the Malaysian bit of Borneo!
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