Where to shoot in Malaysia (for Student)

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I still a student now, so can't afford far and expensive overseas trip. And so, I'm thinking of going Malaysia to shoot. Any good recommandation? Setting off during end of year.

-- ralymond lee (rlee77@singnet.com.sg), May 13, 1999


End of the year isn't a good time for Malaysia due to monsoon, especially the east coast. Anyway, for the west coast, my choice is Taiping (beautiful lake and trees) and Cameron Highland .

-- Wee Keng Hor (kenghor@hotmail.com), May 13, 1999.

I like Penang ....good scenery .......and many old architecture which I find fascinating.

-- Daniel Lee (danlee@sg.indocarrsec.com), May 21, 1999.

I like Melaka, full of color and live. U can stay in the cheap makota hotel and walk to the old streets attractions (quite a long walk but enjoyable)

-- KS Chen (chenks@singnet.com.sg), September 09, 2000.

I agree with the Malacca recommendation though I am sure any place in Malaysia will give you good photo opportunities.

Also, if you stay at Makota, in the mornings from 7 - 8 am, from the pier, you can get very dramatic sunrises. I burned 3 rolls there when I was last there.

-- Benjamin Yap (ben@mostly.com), September 10, 2000.

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