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    It has been almost a year since my 6 Przejażdżka granicami narodów with my scooter and to start off this year, I rode solo around Peninsular Malaysia Ride to experience the countryside of Malaysia.

    Peninsular Malaysia also is known as West Malaysia, is the part of Malaysia that lies on the Malay Peninsula and surrounding islands.

    Below is the map of the states/routes that I’ve ridden.

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    Peninsular Malaysia States
    Peninsular Malaysia Ride - My Beautiful Country
    Peninsular Malaysia Ride Routes

    Roads Less Travelled

    I’ve been avoiding as many highways as possible and explored Peninsular Malaysia via the old / country roads. I always believe in the roads less travelled are the roads one should explore 🙂

    As the Malay proverb says Hujan emas di negeri orang, hujan batu di negeri sendiri, lebih baik di negeri sendiri co oznacza, że ​​może padać złoto w cudzym kraju, a kamienie wracać do twojego kraju, a mimo to najlepiej jest być z powrotem we własnym kraju. TAk! najlepiej jeździć we własnym kraju!

    Dziennik podróży

    Day XNUMX Routes (XNUMX KM) | KL – Port Dickson – Melaka – Sungai Rambai – Parit Jawa- Muar – Batu Pahat – Pontian Kecil – Kukup – Southernmost Tip of Mainland Asia (Johor) – Johor Bharu.

    Accommodation in Johor Bharu: Haistar Homestay NLXNUMX | RM XNUMX/Night

    Day XNUMX Routes (XNUMX KM) | – JB – Desaru – Penggerang – Renggit – Kota Tinggi – Mersing – Endau – Kuala Rompin – Pekan – Teluk Cempedak – Kuantan

    Accommodation in Kuantan: EZ GuestHouse | RM XNUMX/Night (walk in)

    Day XNUMX Routes (XNUMX KM) | Kuantan – Chukai – Kijal – Kemasik – Kerteh – Paka – Dungun – Marang – Kuala Terengganu – Setiu – Jerteh – Besut – Tok Bali – Bachok – Kota Bharu.

    Accommodation in Kota Bharu: Flora Place Hotel | RM XNUMX/Night

    Day XNUMX Routes (XNUMX KM) | Kota Bahru – Wakaf Bahru – Rantau Panjang – Ayer Lanas – Jeli – Banjaran Titiwangsa – Grik – Pengkalan Hulu – Baling – Sik – Gurun – Bukit Kayu Hitam – Changlun.

    Accommodation in Changlun: T Hotel Changlun | RM XNUMX/Night

    Day XNUMX Routes (XNUMX KM) | Changlun – Padang Besar – Wang Kelian – Kaki Bukit – Kuala Perlis – Langkawi – Gunung Raya – Pantai Cenang.

    Accommodation in Langkawi: Shell Out Chalet | RM XNUMX/Night

    Day XNUMX Routes (XNUMX KM) | Langkawi – Kuala Perlis – Ayer Hitam – Penaga – Alor Setar – Kuala Muda – Bukit Mertajam – Georgetown.

    Accommodation in GeorgeTown: Hutton Lodge | RM XNUMX/Night

    Day XNUMX Routes (XNUMX KM) | Georgetown – Kuala Kangsar – Batu Gajah – Tanjung Tualang – Teluk Intan – Sabak Bernam – Sekinchan – Kuala Selangor – Rawang – Kuala Lumpur.

    • Total Mileage: XNUMX KMs (Inclusive of sightseeing, going to restaurants, Off roads etc)
    • Total Fuel Cost: RM 285.00
    • Total Accommodation Cost: RM 481.00
    • Total Food Cost: RM 175.00 (RMXNUMX X XNUMX Days)
    • Całkowity koszt: RM 941.00

    Najciekawsze wideo

    Some of the videos that I took along this ride are as per below:

    Teluk Ramunia, Johor (Video)

    Teluk Cempedak, Kuantan (Video)

    Bukit Keluang, Terengganu (Video)

    Gunung Raya, Langkawi (Video)

    Questions & Answers

    Masz problemy z motocyklem?

    I had a flat Tyre (front) at Padang Besar which I’ve fixed it at the roadside and my front brake oil reservoir tank was empty but I managed to fill it up by purchasing DOT XNUMX brake fluid at Petronas.

    Performance of the Benelli TRK XNUMX?

    Doskonały! Przez cały czas było dobrze. Jeśli chcesz przeczytać moją recenzję, kliknij tutaj.

    Any other route you would recommend for a ride?

    If you love corners, try Thousand corners of Malaysia.

    Jak wysłałeś swój motocykl na wyspę Langkawi?

    Szczegółowe kroki można znaleźć tutaj.

    Jaki jest Twój bagaż i narzędzia?

    skompilowałem Lista kontrolna podróży motocyklem i przez większość mojej podróży po prostu postępuję zgodnie z moją listą kontrolną podróży i odpowiednio ją modyfikuję, aby pasowała do podróży.

    How was the condition of Peninsular Malaysia roads?

    Whilst most of the roads are Tarmac, some of the area has quite number of potholes but it is passable.

    How do you manage to ride for long hours?

    I sleep for at least XNUMX hours a day, I don’t eat heavy (less or no rice before and during the ride as I tend to be sleepy on a long hours ride), I take chocolates, banana, bread, drink a lot of water and sometimes, energy drink helps.

    Do you do any reservation in advance for your accommodation?

    I usually do reserve accommodation in advance but for this trip, I only reserve it (using booking dot com app) when I arrived at the destination or decided to stop riding for the day. One of the factor that I consider to stay in a place is to have secured parking for my motorcycle. All the places that I’ve stayed has secured parking or atleast someone keeping an eye on it.


    Below are some pictures that I took along the route and if you wish to view the complete Photo Album, please click on this link.

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    Port Dickson’s Beach
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    World Heritage City – Mallaca
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    Southernmost Tip of Mainland Asia – Tanjung Piai
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    Abonded Jetty at Teluk Ramunia
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    Scenery at Kota Tinggi
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    Petronas’ Oil Rig in Kerteh
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    Crystal Mosque in Kuala Terengganu
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    Relaxing at Penarik Beach in Terengganu
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    Ride Malaysia Wording at the beach
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    Hiking at Bukit Keluang in Besut, Terengganu
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    Sungai Golok – My bike is in Malaysia and across the river is Thailand.
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    Beijing Mosque in Rantau Panjang, Kelantan.
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    Titiwangsa Mountains
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    Belum Forest
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    Butterfly on my LSXNUMX Helmet
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    Beautiful morning ride to Padang Besar
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    Rubber plantation in Kampung Batu, Sik.
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    XNUMXKM hills ride in Wang Kelian reminds me the Mae Sariang to Pai Roads in Thailand.
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    Ride Malaysia
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    Langkawi Island
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    Icon of Langkawi Island – Eagle Square
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    Langkawi Island
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    View from Gunung Raya in Langkawi
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    Top of Gunung Raya in Langkawi
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    Beautiful sunset at Langkawi Island
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    Paddy field in Ayer Hitam
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    Tsunami Memorial Monument. December XNUMXth, XNUMX marked a black memory to the residents because of the Tsunami that devastated XNUMX villages around Kuala Muda and the death toll estimated around XNUMX people.
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    Paddy field in Kuala Muda
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    Mosque in Kuala Kangsar
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    Sultan Azlan Shah’s Gallery
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    Kellie’s Castle
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    Palm Oil Plantation at Tg Belanja
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    Menara Condong in Teluk Intan
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    The Kuala Selangor Lighthouse is formerly known as the Altingsburg Lighthouse. This majestic landmark was built in XNUMX to replace the original one constructed by the Dutch some two centuries earlier when they conquered the area. It is a two stage tower with a concrete base and a cast iron gallery, and stands at XNUMXm. It was used extensively during the British colonial period. Today its powerful beacon continues to guide ships on the Straits Of Malacca where its light is visible XNUMX nautical miles from the hilltop.
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    A Monkey enjoying sunset in Kuala Selangor Lighthouse.
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    KLCC – Icon of Kuala Lumpur where I started and ended my Peninsular loop ride
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    Total Mileage travelled – XNUMX KM (XNUMX-XNUMXKM)


    It has been a great XNUMX days for me and I’ve really enjoyed riding around Peninsular Malaysia and I must say, most of the places that I’ve been has less or no tourist and if you’re just like me who enjoys beautiful nature’s scenery, beaches, hiking, riding this loop would be one good adventure that one can look forward to.

    That’s a wrap of my ride and I am looking forward to riding in Borneo (East Malaysia) in the future. If you had something on your mind, go for it, don’t let anything to stop you but do proper planning, research, have some basic troubleshooting/repair skills and most importantly, enjoy every second of your ride. The road is an open highway, go and explore them. It will be your story which will last forever.

    Update: I’ve completed my Przejażdżka na Borneo to complete riding in Malaysia. You might be also interested in reading on best motorcycle routes in Malaysia.

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    Nice sharing, newbie on a XMAX. Hope you have scooter adventure stories some time ahead.


    Much appreciate. Going to be my route next week!


    bro..trip ni malam jalan sekali ke


    Thank you for the information. This would help me a lot as I’m planning to go tour Peninsular Malaysia this coming December.


    Hi Chris,
    Is it safe for a woman to solo ride using your route. Im thinking of doing it with smaller bike CBXNUMXR. Ride slow and casual. Please advise. Thanks

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