NORI’m Hayat.. simple person with good attitude.. really like explore the nature and other things
abbeyscorpio sun massive swiftie collects crystals, vintage watches, books, and jewellery
LynI love exploring the suburbs, budget friendly staycations, and going on local getaways every weekend. I like spicy food, local fruits, trying home cooked meals.
Can host for 3 daysI am a very friendly and sincere Chinese lady . I like to meet people and learn their culture.
Can host for 3 daysI’m 36, turning 37 in a month. I’m a journey to find myself. Not sure if you can call it the mid life crisis but I really love to just travel and see different culture, open to new experience. I like just chilling and strolling down new streets and go on a adventure.
Can host for 2 daysI love exploring the suburbs, budget friendly staycations, and going on local getaways every weekend. I like spicy food, local fruits, trying home cooked meals.
AnwaarAnwaar, emphasis’ on the “aa”. Yemeni Talent Acquisition Specialist in Cairo who loves to explore, observe and see different sides of the world 🌏. In my free time, I do Yoga, meditation, go for long walks, read books and plan my next trip! I’ve been in Egypt over 3 years now so don’t hesitate to reach out if you need advice or a buddy.
AnnaI am a mural artist, painter, illustrator and creative workshop facilitator. I enjoy all aspects of creating, yoga, surf, walks and deep talks !
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I spent 2 weeks in Malaysia alone as a young female first time solo traveller. I've felt very safe throughout. Locals were amazing and so were the other backpackers I met along the route. Long distance busses were very safe and clean in my experience.
I went with my female friend and we got hassled really bad every place we went, KL, Penang, Langkawi and Borneo. There were some nice spots but nothing that made me go WOW even when we did a JetSki tour out to the islands in Langkawi when we parked up on an island to swim a boat with just men pulled up and surrounded us and were sitting on our jet skis. We tried having drinks on the beach in Langkawi at a beach bar and the locals were creepy and kept asking to come back to our hotel. Had people try scam us for money in Penang. I don’t know I go off the vibes and some parts were pretty but as soon as I don’t feel safe somewhere that’s it for me. I’ll never go back
Yes, Malaysia is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is always important to take the necessary precautions when traveling alone. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Malaysia is a great destination for solo travelers. The country is generally safe and welcoming, and there are plenty of attractions and activities to keep you busy. The locals are friendly and helpful, and there are plenty of places to stay that cater to solo female travelers.
Malaysia is generally considered to be an affordable destination for solo travellers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all relatively inexpensive, and there are plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Malaysia. Check with your local Malaysian embassy or consulate to find out what the requirements are for your specific situation.
The official currency of Malaysia is the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR). Make sure to exchange your currency for MYR before you arrive in Malaysia.
The official language of Malaysia is Bahasa Malaysia, but English is widely spoken in the major cities.
Malaysia has a tropical climate with high temperatures and humidity year-round.
Malaysia is generally a safe country to visit, but it is always wise to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings.
Malaysia has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, trains, and taxis. It is also possible to rent a car or take a tour.
The best time to travel to Malaysia is between March and October, when the weather is generally dry and sunny. This is also the peak tourist season, so you can expect higher prices and more crowded attractions. If you're looking for a more budget-friendly option, consider visiting during the monsoon season (November to February), when the weather is still warm and humid, but prices are lower.
Yes, Malaysia is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, it is always important to take precautions when travelling, such as being aware of your surroundings and avoiding travelling alone at night.