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  1. Frommer's Singapore and Malaysia (Frommer's Complete Guides)
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  2. Frommer's Singapore and Malaysia (Frommer's Complete Guides)

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Additional Information

Swim, snorkel, and explore the clear waters of the Perhentian Islands, off Malaysia's northeast coast. See chapter 13.

  • Detailed maps throughout

  • Exact prices, directions, opening hours,and other practical information

  • Candid reviews of hotels and restaurants,plus sights, shopping, and nightlife

  • Itineraries, walking tours, and trip-planning ideas

  • Insider tips from local expert authors




From the Book: Street Food in Singapore
Food stands at Newton Circus Hawker Centre in Singapore.
Photo by kabl1992/Flickr.com
Like pretty much everything else in Singapore, the street food is clean and served in an orderly fashion. The main difference is that you won't necessarily find it on the street. Instead, you're more likely to eat delicious morsels of Malay, Indian, and Chinese cuisine in government-regulated food malls and markets, which are often inside apartment buildings, office towers, and shopping centers. Despite the geographic technicality, the food is definitely "street" in style. Bonus: You won't have to worry as much about an upset stomach ruining the rest of your trip.

Where to Eat:
The hundred or so stalls at the Chinatown Food Centre; satays and seafood at Newton Circus Hawker Centre; the Hill Street Food Centre for great fried rice noodles; the Muslim market at Geylang Serai; Ellenborough Market for Teochew Chinese food; the old hawker center in Maxwell Road; the Chomp Chomp Food Centre; the Lau Pa Sat Food Centre; and the People's Park Market. Visit the Makansutra blog for updates on the latest eateries.

How Much:
You can eat well, including generous portions of noodles and satays, for less than $10 Singapore dollars ($7) per person.



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Specifications

Country
USA
Author
Jennifer Eveland
Binding
Paperback
Brand
Brand: Frommers
EAN
9781118014356
Edition
7
Feature
Used Book in Good Condition
ISBN
1118014359
Label
*Frommers
Manufacturer
*Frommers
NumberOfItems
1
NumberOfPages
320
PublicationDate
2011-05-31
Publisher
*Frommers
Studio
*Frommers
Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Frommer's info is well-written and clear but 228 out of 299 pages deal only with Singapore and this book has no information at all about Sarawak and Sabah, the best places in Malaysia in my opinion.The info on Taman Negara Park and it's activities, such as rafting were scanty and there was no info on the islands of the eastern peninsula.
I just purchased this book in anticipation of a trip to Malaysia....so my review is written without having yet been on the trip.
However, this book lacks some basic information on Malaysia that I expect in a travel guide in order to plan a trip, for example, more fleshed out information on safety, health, exercise (and more) that is usually found in Frommer's guides and is found in the section on Singapore.
The *ONE* map of Kuala Lumpur is inadequate to even find the things mentioned in the accompanying text.
And when trying to figure out what to do with a few extra days from Kuala Lumpur, there is no information on how to get to the sites suggested, nor how long it takes! No web sites or email addresses listed for the outfitters mentioned - perhaps they don't exist, but I doubt it.
There were other inadequacies I noted in the section on Malaysia as well, but these suffice as examples of why I find this book of poor quality compared to most Frommer's books... Read more
Other reviews have mentioned that Malaysia (especially Borneo) is given short shrift. I agree. The Singapore section is helpful, however. In planning our trip we relied on Lonely Planet more for peninsular Malaysia and Borneo.
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