Handsome boy malaysia: How to say “handsome boy” in Malay

Oh and due to his er.. ‘big purchase’, the guy gave him free biscuits. He said…. “Once you try it, you will be addicted!!” Or something along the lines of that lol I tried it and it isn’t exactly HG cookie =x

Shit.. I’m hungry now. Argh!

Malaysia Sugar Mummy, Lois Looking for Handsome Sugar Boy for Outing

THERE are thousands of Sugar Mummies in Malaysia, who are ready to cater for any guy they Love. Most Nigerian big boys in Malaysia are usually feed and cater for by these beautiful Women.

Today on SugarMummy.org.ng, I will be sharing with you, the phone number of sugar mummies in Malaysia, and you can get connected with them, either through Skype chat, Messenger, Facebook, snapchat, Instagram, etc.

Also Checkout: Beautiful and Hot Sugar Mummy Willing to Pay ₦30k Per Round

But before anything, ensure that you know these persons well, before meeting them. If you are selected by any of these Malaysian sugar Mummies, please endeavor to do your research before going.

You can also ask them to look for a job there for you to do, so you can also be a working class guy.

Also See: Rich Miss OluFunke in Ikeja Wants a Strong Guy – ₦900,000 Monthly

Recently, Miss Lois sent us a message on Our Twitter handle, but due to the numerous tweets on our page, I was unable to receive it. But she reached us via instagram, and asked us to connect her with her Nigerian boy.

This is the message she SENT us.

Hello, My name is Lois Henrnendez, and am 34 years old. I reside in the capital of Malaysia, where I do business on Importation and exportation of Local food products. I am looking for a very handsome sugar boy for outing who I can take out.

I usually come to Abuja, almost every year. But I have not reach Abuja  this year. I want to come this year and hopefully, I can also come to meet the guy I will be picking from this website.

I have plans to travel out with my sugar boy if he can treat me right, respect me and most importantly, knows how to perform. I am very rich and can take care of you. If you want to be my sugar son, simply drop your contacts below.

I will pick from the first 20 persons to comment. Make sure you drop your phone number along your comment description, so I will be able to call any guy my heart chooses.

22 Malaysian Slang Words Only Locals Use Like Potong Stim & Kantoi

Malaysian slang words

Malaysian slang words

We Malaysians can get very creative with our word choices. Forget the fancy pants ang moh vocabulary. Not many countries are able to speak a full sentence that combines different languages and still have people understand what they’re saying. But, we Malaysians can. 

We’re so used to speaking Rojak English that some of us can’t speak proper English to save our lives. But that’s what makes us so unique, right? Here’s what I’m talking about.

1. Leng Zai (or Leng Chai) / Leng Lui

Leng Zai (or Leng Chai) meaning

: Leng Zai comes from the Cantonese word 靚仔 which means handsome (boy). Leng Zai is more commonly used among Chinese, while Leng Chai is more commonly used among Malays and Indians, it’s just a matter of pronunciation.

Leng Lui meaning: In Cantonese it’s written as 靚女 which means pretty (girl).

Henry Golding can be considered a true blue Malaysian Leng Chai.
Image credit: @henrygolding

While these words are normally used as a compliment, we Malaysians sometimes call random strangersEh, Leng Zai!

or Eh, you Leng Lui over there”,  to get their attention, rather than the usual “excuse me”.

2. Boss

Meaning: Not to be confused with your actual boss at work. It’s what we call either the workers or the customers at your typical mamak stall – yes, it works both ways. Also works between taxi or ride sharing drivers and riders. 

Image credit: Pelita

Used in a sentence:
Mamak stall owner: Boss, you cannot sit there, now got MCO.
Customer: Sorry

boss. I’ll bungkus instead. 

3. Cincai

Meaning: Pronounced “Chin-Chai”. Literally means “whatever.” 

Used in a sentence:
Customer: Excuse me sir, there are cows lining up outside this bank.

Image credit: @NadiaAzlan

Bank teller: Tak apa, cincai la

4. Yum Cha

Meaning: Yum Cha is another word derived from the Cantonese language. Yum Cha (饮茶) literally means “drink tea”, it is an act of drinking Chinese tea and having dim sum for the Chinese. Nowadays Malaysians use the word to mean “hang out” or to have a high tea of sorts. 

5. FFK / Fong Fei Kei / Fly Aeroplane

Meaning: To back out of a previously agreed upon meeting at the last minute. FFK is basically the shortened version of Fong Fei Kei, but since it’s in all caps, it does the job of sounding much angrier.

“Fly Aeroplane” is an english way of saying it, as in, our friend must’ve ditched us because he went to fly an aeroplane. 

Used in a sentence:
A: Okay, see you tomorrow okay, don’t Fong Fei Kei me.
B: Yes, so excited to meet you.

A: *Next day* Hey B, I’m here, where are you?
B: Eh sorry, I suddenly can’t make it.
A: FFK la you.

6. Walao / Walao Eh

Meaning: A word used to describe the feeling of surprise or disbelief.

Used in a sentence:
A: I think I saw a ghost behind you.
B: *Turns around* Walao eh! 

Image credit: Muhd Urabil Alias

7. Ang Moh / Guai Lou / Mat Salleh

Meaning: A word used to describe Caucasians. Ang Moh and Guai Lou is more commonly used among Chinese, while Mat Salleh is more commonly used among Malays and Indians.

8. Chup 

Meaning: Chup has 2 meanings: On one hand it means “wait”, and on the other it means “I’ve claimed this.”

Used in sentence:
A: Can you chup this seat for me and help me order a drink?
B: Chup, I need to pick up this call first.

9. Chun 

Meaning: It can be used in several ways, but more or less indicates a stamp of approval. 

Used in a sentence:
A: Wah that girl is damn pretty, she’s so

B: I heard she likes you.
A: Chun, I’ll ask her out. 

10. Belanja

Meaning: Belanja is a Malay word that means to treat someone to something – usually a meal or drink.

Most commonly used with buddies who are broke, or if you’re casually trying to ask someone out on a date.  

Used in a sentence:
A: I can’t go out – I spent all my money on bubble tea.
B: It’s okay, I belanja you this time.

11. Perasan

Meaning: Perasan is actually a Malay word that means “notice”, but for some reason it ventured out of its origins and now we Malaysians use it to say “don’t flatter yourself”.

Used in a sentence:
A: Omg that guy can’t stop staring at me!
B: Don’t perasan la

12. Syok/Shiok

Meaning: Amazing, or something that feels good. 

Most fondly remembered as the tagline of any neighbourhood ice cream man selling Mat Kool frozen lollies.

Ice cream on a hot day is truly syok
Image credit: @me.turner

Used in a sentence:
Mat Kool Mat Kool kawanku,
Mari kita ikut Mat Kool,

Main main selalu
Syoknya, syoknya ada Mat Kool.  

13. Potong Stim (or Potong Steam)

Meaning: A term used to describe a good moment being ruined, kind of synonymous to the English word “killjoy”. 

Usually used after something syok has been taken away from you.

Used in a sentence:
A: OMG! I see a parking spot up ahead!
A: Damnit it’s a MyVi. Potong stim

14. Kena

Meaning: Literal meaning is “get”. Can be used in pretty much any context, like to get punished, to fall sick, and even to strike the lottery.

But it’s often used for dramatic effect since it sends chills down any misbehaving kid’s spine. 

MCO violators in Malaysia kena arrested by the police
Image adapted from: Bernama

Used in a sentence: Don’t be naughty, or else you’ll kena

15. Kacau

Meaning: A Malay word that means to tease, disturb or disrupt someone or something.  

Used in a sentence:
Mom: Don’t kacau the cat.
Kid: We’re not. 

Things Malaysians are doing while staying at home.
Image credit: @theghrack

16. Mampus / Mampos

Meaning: You’re in irreparable trouble and there’s an extremely high likelihood that punishment will follow.

Used in a sentence: The cat tore up mum’s tudung while I was playing with it. Mampuslah when she finds out.

17. Kantoi

Meaning: Kantoi is a word used when someone gets caught red handed, or in other words, busted.

Image credit: @thesmartlocalsg

Used in a sentence: I found out you like that girl! Kantoi!

18. Gostan

Meaning: Apparently Gostan is derived from the nautical English phrase “go astern” which means “to go backwards”. Nowadays we Malaysians use it to mean “reverse” (a vehicle).

People just usually shout “Gostan! Gostan! Gostan!when directing a driver without the need for any other words. 

19. Tapau

Meaning: Tapau comes from the Chinese word 打包 (da bao) which means take away (food). It’s pronounced exactly the way its spelt, and is a universally recognised word in Malaysia, especially when someone stands up during lunch and exclaims, “Tapau, guys?”

20. Geng

Meaning: No one really knows what language geng is derived from. But it’s most understandably a sound that people make when describing something as impressive.

Not to be confused with “gang” – as in gang members. It’s pronounced “g-eh-ng”, which rhymes with ah beng

Image credit: @thesmartlocalsg

Used in a sentence: You scored 98% on your exam? So geng ah you?

21. Bo Jio

Meaning: Bo Jio derives from the Hokkien word that means “never invite”, we Malaysians normally use it to people who didn’t invite us to a certain event, outing or gathering. 

Commonly seen on Facebook comments (especially pictures), Twitter and Instagram.

Warning: May cause irritation or annoyance for the other party. Expect a response as such: “Jio you also won’t come lah!”

Image credit: kuanyee 

22. Abuden

Meaning: A sarcastic remark to indicate stating the obvious. 

A: I’m so full.
B: Wah, you ate a lot ah?
A: Abuden

Slang words only Malaysians use

Every true blue Malaysian would’ve used their share of these slang words in a lifetime. And if you’re not Malaysian, this guide will help you understand how we truly express ourselves – proudly, at that.  

You can also check out our guide to Singlish.

Original article published on 7th May 2014. Last updated by Jessica Fang on 24th April 2020.

EPEX Members Profile (Updated!)

EPEX Members Profile; EPEX Members Profile

EPEX [‘i:peks] (이펙스), formerly known as C9ROOKIES (C9루키즈) is an 8 members boy group under C9 Entertainment. The group consists of: Wish, Keum, MU, A-Min, BaekseungAyden, Yewang and Jeff. They debuted on June 8th, 2021 with the 1st EP Album BIPOLAR Pt.1 : 불안의 서.

EPEX’s group name stands for?
It is described as “the gathering of eight youths reaches eight different apexes.” It represents the 8 members forming a collective, powerful new team.

EPEX Fandom Name: ZENITH
EPEX Official Colors:

EPEX Current Dorm Arrangement (Welcome 2 House Episode 1):
Jeff, Wish, Yewang and Baekseung;
Keum, MU, A-Min and Ayden

EPEX Official Accounts:
V Live: EPEX
Instagram: @epex. official / @official_epex
Facebook: EPEX
Twitter: @the_EPEX / @by_EPEX
YouTube: EPEX
Weibo: EPEX_CN
Naver TV (Company): C9 Entertainment
Tiktok: @epex.official

EPEX Members Profile:

Stage Name: Wish (위시)
Birth Name: Kwak Da Wit (곽다윗)
Position: Leader, Vocalist, Dancer
Birthday: June 11th, 2002
Zodiac Sign: Gemini
Height: 184 cm (6’0”)
Weight: 69 kg (152 lbs)
Blood Type: A
Nationality: Korean

Wish Facts:
– He is the seventh member to be revealed.
– He is from Seoul, South Korea.
– He has an older sister.
– Education: YangPyeong High School (Graduated)
– His song/dance during his audition is EXO – Tempo. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– Favorite ice cream flavors: Berrie Berrie Strawberries (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– He’s possessing a charming voice.
– Nickname: Kak Dawit (this is because his older sister can’t pronounce the ‘Kwak’ last name)
– Charming points: he’s cunning, his clumsiness
– He traveled to the Philippines many times already during pre-debut. (K-POP STARS sing in THREE Languages🎤| EPEX | TRANSONGLATION)
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Stage Name: Keum (금동현)
Birth Name: Keum Dong Hyun (금동현)
Position: Rapper, Main Dancer, Center
Birthday: May 14th, 2003
Zodiac Sign: Taurus
Height: 176 cm (5’9”)
Weight: 57 kg (126 lbs)
Blood Type: B
Nationality: Korean

Keum Facts:
– He is the first member to be revealed.
– He was born in Okcheon-gun, North Chungcheong Province, South Korea.
– Education: Okcheon Middle School (Graduated), Hanlim Multi Art School
– His song/dance during his audition is EXO – The Eve. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– Favorite ice cream flavors: Chocolate Mousse (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– He is a former contestant of Produce X 101. (Rank 17)
– Hobbies: listening to music, day dreaming.
– His MBTI used to be ENFP, but it is now INTP.
– His nickname is Keumdongii, Keumdong.
– Charming points: he’s full of unexpected surprises, his smile, his bright energy.
– Training period: 1 year and 10 months.
– Skills: Urban Dance
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Stage Name: MU (뮤)
Birth Name: Suh Kyung Min (서경민)
Position: Lead Vocalist
Birthday: September 14th, 2003
Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Height: 184 cm (6’0”)
Weight: 63 kg (139 lbs)
Blood Type: A
Nationality: Korean

MU Facts:
– He is the forth member to be revealed.
– He is from Seoul, South Korea.
– Education: Pungsung Middle School (Graduated), Hanlim Multi Art School
– His song during his audition is Paul Kim – Me after You. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– He got casting into the company through by Keum.
– Favorite ice cream flavors: Berrie Berrie Strawberries (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– His stage name, MU is from their boss (C9 CEO) because he looks like a Pokemon mew.
– His nickname, given by the members, is kyungmin-ssi or mr. kyungmin
– Charming points: his puppy-like self, he’s cute, he’s sexy
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Stage Name: A-Min (아민)
Birth Name: Cho Min Woo (조민우)
Position: Vocalist, Main Dancer
Birthday: May 22nd, 2004
Zodiac Sign: Gemini
Height: 175 cm (5’9”)
Weight: 54 kg (119 lbs)
Blood Type: O
Nationality: Korean

A-Min Facts:
– He is the third member to be revealed.
– He is from Seoul, South Korea.
– Family: Parents, Older Brother, Younger sister
– Education: Jangnae Middle School (Graduated), Pyeongnae High School
– His song/dance during his audition is Wanna One – Burn it up. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– Favorite ice cream flavors: Rainbow sorbet (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– He is popular at school because of his cute looks.
– Specialty: Acrobatics
– He once attended an acting agency.
– His stage name means “agi Minwoo” [baby Minwoo].
– Nickname: 조참새/jochamsae, (meaning jo quail – the member’s gave it to him because he looks like a quail and he “sometimes speaks as if he’s chirping”), Jo Amin/Amin Jo
– Charming points are: his big eyes, his angelic smile
Show more A-Min fun facts…


Stage Name: Baekseung (백승)
Birth Name: Kim Hyun Woo (김현우)
Position: Rapper
Birthday: October 5th, 2004
Zodiac Sign: Libra
Height: 186.2 cm (6’1”)
Weight: 64 kg (141 lbs)
Blood Type: AB
Nationality: Korean

Baekseung Facts:
– He is the second member to be revealed.
– He is from Seoul, South Korea.
– Family: Parents, 2 older sisters.
— Education: Dangsanseo Middle school (Graduated), Dongsung High School.
– His song/dance during his audition is just sang the national anthem and posed a bit. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– Favorite ice cream flavors: Rainbow sorbet (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– He is a former contestant of Cap-Teen.
– His Hobby is watching movies.
– He can speak Japanese.
– Nickname: 백전백승/baekjeonbaekseung, (meaning the unsinkable)
– Charming points: the mole under his eye, his height, his hairstyle (lock down era)
– He appeared on the drama “Seashore Village Chachacha” (2021).
Show more Baekseung fun facts…


Stage Name: Ayden (에이든)
Birth Name: Kwon Ye Jun (권예준)
Position: Lead Rapper
Birthday: January 24th, 2005
Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
Height: 174 cm (5’8.5”)
Weight: 55 kg (121 lbs)
Blood Type: A
Nationality: Korean

Ayden Facts:
– He is the last member to be revealed.
– He is from Daegu, South Korea.
– Has a older sister (born 2002).
– Education: Daejeon Singye Middle School (Graduated), Daejeon Hanvit High School
– His song/dance during his audition is pH-1 – Homebody. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– Favorite ice cream flavors: Berrie Berrie Strawberries (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– He is the brain of EPEX. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– He knows trivia because he likes to surf the web; the reason why he is called the brain of the team.
– Nickname: Giga Ayden – the members gave him the nickname because “he knows the answer everything”
– Charming points: his moles (he has many throughout his body and face), his boring/dad jokes, his cuteness.
Show more Ayden fun facts…


Stage Name: Yewang (예왕)
Birth Name: Seo Ye Wang (서예왕)
Position: Main Vocalist
Birthday: March 12th, 2005
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
Height: 181.1 cm (5’11”)
Weight: 67 kg (148 lbs)
Blood Type: A
Nationality: Korean

Yewang Facts:
– He is the fifth member to be revealed.
– He is from Seoul, South Korea.
– He is an only child.
– Education: Paichai Middle School (Graduated), Seongdeok High School
– His song during his audition is Kyuhyun – At Gwanghamun. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– Favorite ice cream flavors: New York Cheesecake (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– He can play the guitar.
– Nickname: Yeking [wang means king in korean]
– He claims that his MBTI (ENFP/ENFJ) changes depending the situation.
– Charming points: his big [and pretty] hands, his [romantic] voice, his humor
– Yewang named his fans WangWang/s왕왕이들 WangWang/s. It’s from his name. He came up with that on UNIVERSE app.
– Yewang said he wants to collaborate with CIX Seunghun. (twitter blueroom)
– He said that he is introvert. (twitter blueroom)
Show more Yewang fun facts…


Stage Name: Jeff (제프)
Birth Name: Lee Jae Ho (이재호)
Position: Main Rapper, Maknae
Birthday: April 21st, 2005
Zodiac Sign: Taurus
Height: 179 cm (5’10.5”)
Weight: 61 kg (134 lbs)
Blood Type: B
Nationality: Korean

Jeff Facts:
– He is the sixth member to be revealed.
– He is from Seoul, South Korea.
– Family: Parents, Brother
– Education: Gwangjang Middle School (Graduated), Konkuk University High School
– His song/dance during his audition is Justin Bieber – Sorry. (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– Favorite ice cream flavors: Cotton Candy Flavor (Cotton candy in Wonderland) (TO BE WhosfanFriend – EPEX)
– Specialty: Rap making, Aegyo and Composing skills
– Nickname: Hoya – he’s had it since he was young ad doesn’t really know where it came from [it is most likely the last part of his real name (jae’ho’) combined with the korean way of calling ‘ya]
– Charming points: his rap, his eyebrows, his cuteness
– Jeff has a dog called Shouki (쇼키).
Show more Jeff fun facts…

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Hadiah Terindah ✔ – boys intro.


Nama: muhammad Farris imanshah amri bin dato arshad hydar
Umur: 16thn
Kelas: 4 uni keb malaysia(ukm)

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Umur: 16thn
Kelas: 4 uni cambrigde(uc)

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Nama: muhammad farhat farhan bin dato alif hamzah
Kelas:4uni yale. (uy)

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Umur: 16thn
Kelas: 4 uni keb malaysia(ukm)

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Kelas: 4 uni islam antarabangsa(uia)

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Umur: 16thn
Kelas: 4 uni keb malaysia(ukm)

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Nama: muhammad darwish azzuhran bin prof zainal
Kelas:4uni al-azhar(uaa)

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DistroKid Love


DistroKid is the future.

Ludacris is one of the best-selling rappers of all time. He has won Grammy, Screen Actors Guild, Critic’s Choice, and MTV awards. In 2017, Ludacris selected DistroKid to release his single, “Vitamin D (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)”.

Arizona Zervas

DistroKid has been a great platform to release my music over the years!

Billboard magazine wrote that Arizona was “The First Artist in Years to Top Spotify Without Label Support” when his single, “Roxanne,” reached #1 on the Spotify US top-50 chart.

Rob Scallon

I think I heard a full choir break into song the first time I heard about what DistroKid offers. I’ve been aggressively recommending it to other musicians since.

Rob is a multi-instrumentalist, recording artist, and producer. On YouTube, Rob has many millions of views and almost a million subscribers. As Guitar World wrote, Rob is an “Internet guitar dude—and possibly the closest thing to an up-and-coming guitar hero in whatever confusing age we’re living in these days.”

Kei Henderson, 21 Savage

I love DistroKid because it’s incredibly user friendly and there’s no middleman.

Kei manages DistroKid artist 21 Savage. Kei previously managed Key!, now signed to A$AP Rocky’s conglomerate, AWGE. Prior to that, Kei managed Siya, who was featured in the Oxygen TV series, “Sisterhood of Hip Hop.”

Ari Herstand

I’ve tried a bunch of digital distributors and DistroKid is, by far, the easiest and quickest way to get music out to the masses.

Ari Herstand has charted in the top 10 on iTunes, performed on Ellen and has had countless songs featured in films, TV shows and commercials. He is the author of How To Make It in the New Music Business, a staff writer for Digital Music News and the creator of the music biz advice blog, Ari’s Take.

John LaMacchia

The two things I love most about DistroKid are its simplicity, and its affordability. Releasing new music and getting music onto Spotify, Apple Music and iTunes—as well as monetizing YouTube—has never been easier or more affordable for me, than since I began using DistroKid.

John plays guitar for legendary harcore/metal band, Candiria. He also plays with Spylacopa, and runs the independent record label, Rising Pulse Records.

Zach Marsh

I love DistroKid because I release a large volume of content online and DistroKid has no cap. I want a one-stop shop to upload my music to every platform on the market, and DistroKid makes it stupidly simple for me. More people than ever are hearing my music because you can find it anywhere.

Zach Marsh is a composer for TV and film, having written for “Daredevil” and “Veggie Tales” on Netflix. Zach also runs a popular piano tutorial YouTube channel called PiaknowItAll.

Todd Bryanton

DistroKid is the fastest, most reliable way for me to distribute my music. I love only paying a single annual fee rather than paying per release; this saves me hundreds of dollars every year, and lets me upload music whenever I want. DistroKid’s ‘Teams’ feature makes it easy to automatically to split up payouts with other collaborators on a track, so we can focus more on creativity, than on accounting.

Todd Bryanton is a film and TV composer, and a YouTuber who releases electronic music under the name LilDeuceDeuce. The music videos on his LilDeuceDeuce channel have received over 32 million views.

Anthony Vincent

DistroKid is easy to use, efficient, and has super-fast turnaround. Couldn’t be happier.

Anthony Vincent has over 2 million subscribers on his YouTube Channel, Ten Second Songs—where he produces mashups of popular tunes in a wide variety of musical artists’ styles.

Saher Galt

I love DistroKid’s model: Release all the music I want for one low fee. No barriers between me and getting my music to the world. Perfect.

Saher Galt is a singer, composer, and the co-founder of Galt Aureus, an award-winning independent rock duo. Saher also creates music production tutorials and singing lessons on his YouTube channel, which reaches millions of viewers.

Claire Wilkinson

DistroKid is the fastest, most seamless distributor available. As an independent artist, I can count on DistroKid to get my music on all the relevant stores and streaming services.

Claire Rachel Wilkinson, known as Clairity, is a 19 year old singer-songwriter. Clairity’s cover of Coldplay’s “Don’t Panic” was featured in the 20th Century Fox motion picture “X-MEN: Apocalypse” trailer.

Carlos Eiene

DistroKid is the BEST distributor out there when it comes to getting your cover songs & originals on stores at lightning speed. If distribution speed matters to you, there is absolutely no question that DistroKid is the way to go.

Carlos Eiene fuses jazz fusion and other jazz subgenres with video game music. Carlos has a large fanbase on his YouTube channel, insaneintherainmusic, who look forward to his new uploads every Saturday.

Ray Harmony

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Ray Harmony has dedicated his life to using the power of music to inspire positive change in the world, which he does through Revolution Harmony. He’s an award-winning music lecturer, composer, performer, producer, journalist, and author. Ray also makes music with multiplatinum Grammy winners (Serj Tankian from System of a Down, Tom Morello from Rage Against the Machine, and many more)—then donates all the proceeds to charity.

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Megan is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter. During the summer of 2013, Megan began uploading acoustic covers and mashups. Since then, her creative stylings have garnered her 1.5 million YouTube subscribers and over 2 million listeners per month on the major streaming services. Megan has been with DistroKid since her first release.

Dan the Automator

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7 handsome and popular Male Actors Malaysia 2013

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Compilation of Male actors who has large influence in Malaysian movies and Drama.

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1. Farid Kamil – If you constantly looking at Mr. Farid Kamil, you will fall in love with his good looking apperance. So, don look at him especially ladies. He is one of the male actor in these movies Hantu Gangster, Evolusi KL Drift 1 and 2, Lagenda Budak setan. Besides, He got a good acting skill in “Kongsi”


-Born in 5 May 1981
-Director in Rempit V3
-Screen play writer
-Originated place at Alor Setar, Kedah
-Height 184cm
-Spouse Diana Danielle

2. Awal Ashaari – You will never know him if you never been to his Ashaari Facebook. He has 1.6 million fans in his Facebook account up to date Noveember 2013. A successful actor, TV host and model.


-Born on August 1981

– Born at Kampung Baru, Malaysia

– TV Host at Beat TV at Astor Ria channel , newsreader at 8TV channel for Twenty Hundred news.

– Actor in “Diva” film

3. Syamsul Yusof – He has the same talent as his father. His father is a giant film company one of the owner heavily influence Syamsul in his career. Although born in a family that has everything materially, his father always challenging his son to see potential and ability lie inside. In Social Media, He has 200 thousands fans in Twitter account.


– Born on May 1984

– Youngest director to receive winning Malaysian Film Festival

– Director both KL Drift and KL Drift 2

-Actor or Director in Gangster Celop, KL Gangster and KL Gangster2, Aku bukan tomboy.

4. Fahrin Ahmad – A TV host and movie actor. Successfully acquired many TV programme as a TV host in Astro and TV channels. Made his name popular and famous through various variety TV programme. A few brightest TV host in Malaysia.


– Actor, Emcee, TV Host

– Ambassador Tongkat Ali

5. Shaheizy Sam – Made his name in following movies, “Bohsia Jangan pilih jalan hitam” and “Adnan Sempit”  . He also made few appearances in TV series such as ” Jangan Pandang Belakang”, “Kasanova XXL”. His name is recorded inside prominent movie website IMDB and also has few advertisements on Youtube platform on October 2013.

In Social Media Twitter account, He has over 1 Million fans currently following him since November 2013. Just Behind Awal Ashaari.


– Born in September 1982.

– Actor in Malaysia movie as “Kongsi”, “Evolusi KL Drift 2”, “Nongkrong”.

– Most famous star award in Malaysia Movies and Drama winner at Festival Filem Malaysia

6. Adi Putra – He is a Singaporean and married with Aida Yusof. He has been actor in few successful movies such as “Langgar”, “KL Gangster”, “KL Gangster 2”, “Hanyut”. Besides, few TV series appearance such as “Sehangat Asmara”, “Teduhan Kasih”.  


– Full name : Mohamed Hadi Putera Halim

– Born on February 1981

– Model, actor and TV host. He has worked at Suria Media Corp

7. Aaron Aziz – Another celebrity holding Singapore nationality. He is very well known in Singapore and Malaysia. He won most popular male actor in the movie and drama “Adam dan Hawa”, “KL Gangster”, “Ombak Rindu”, “KL gangster”. 


– Made few appearance at TV commercial

– Born February 1976

– His most successful film “Ombak Rindu”

‘La’: The Word Uniting Malaysia and Singapore – Travel


What’s in one word? For Malaysians and Singaporeans, this could mean a common language between two proudly independent countries that were once part of one. This is how the favorite everyday expression “lah” is more than just cute spoken language.

Singapore and Malaysia were once part of the British Malay family, and later Singapore briefly belonged to independent Malaysia.To say that the two countries have a common history is to say nothing, since decades of union have turned centuries of cultural, historical and geographical threads into a tapestry of ties between them. One of their most obvious connections is in everyday spoken language – specifically Manglish and Singlish.

© Holly Pereira / Culture Trip

“La”: General Understanding

Singlish, or Singaporean Spoken English, is a localized form of spoken English commonly spoken on the streets of Singapore.Sentences in a single language are often spiced with the quintessential la, so much so that the term has become the dominant element of spoken language.

For English speakers, “lakh” is a particle or what the professors of English call a “pragmatic particle”. Singlish uses about 11 particles, mostly borrowed from Chinese dialects such as Hokkien or Cantonese, to refer to how something is said. This simple three-letter word can mean an affirmation, dismissal, annoyance, or exclamation in different contexts.For example, “No, la, I told you I didn’t do it,” means annoyance, and a short “Ok, la” is confirmation.

Manglish, or Malaysian Colloquial English, works in a similar way for grammatical structure and some general vocabulary — one of those words is lah. Like Singlish, the grammatical structure of Malay can be used with English words in Manglish, often spontaneously and sometimes for comic effect.For example: “He’s as handsome as he can be your boyfriend, yeah!”

A Singaporean or Malaysian can often tell when the word “lah” is used incorrectly, but cannot always tell you why. Despite the fact that “lah” has a linguistic definition, and its use has an internal consistency and structure, it is largely an intuitive word, born from the context of social situations.

This is why, if you are new to the lah style, do not happily throw it around here and there in every sentence. Your Singaporean or Malaysian friend can instantly notice your bitch (singlish meaning “do something that pleases, regardless of whether others approve”) the word “la”.

© Holly Pereira / Culture Trip

La: A Common History

Singapore and Malaysia share a common history between the 18th and 20th centuries, when they lived under British rule. Prior to this, Singapore was part of the Sultanate of Malacca in the 14th century and the Sultanate of Johor in the 16th century. However, the Portuguese destroyed the settlement in Singapore in 1613 and the island sank into obscurity for the next two centuries.

Singapore and Malaysia were reunited when the British became the dominant power in the Malay Archipelago in the 18th and 19th centuries. The founding of British settlements in Penang (1786) and Singapore (1819), as well as the British capture of Malacca from the Dutch in 1824, was an attempt by Great Britain to control access to the Straits of Malacca (which is important for the tea trade with China). This marked the beginning of an influx of immigrants from China and India and, as a consequence, the development of large and diverse linguistic communities in British Malaya.In addition to British English derived from the ruling class, various ethnic groups have brought about a colorful mixture of different languages: Chinese, Malay and Tamil combined with English, to gradually evolve into the common language of the people.

When British Malaya disintegrated, giving way to the Federation of Malaysia in 1963, Singapore became the political component of independent Malaysia until 1965. The union did not last long due to racial strife, and Singapore achieved independence under Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.

Even so, the shared history of Malaysia and Singapore prior to Singapore’s independence has left an indelible mark on the cultural image of these two countries.

© Holly Pereira / Culture Trip

La: A Shared Heritage

In Multiculturalism in Malaysia and Singapore: Competing Models, scholars Noraini Noor and Chan-Hung Leong note that Malaysia and Singapore are “multicultural by default”. These two nations represent a heterogeneous composition of ethnic groups, with the three main ones being the “groups of Malays, Chinese and Indians.”However, the percentage of each ethnic group varies in each country, as shown in statistics from 2017, where Singapore has far more Chinese (about 75 percent of the total population) than Malaysia (where they make up about 24 percent of the total population). ).

George P. Landow, Professor of English at Brown University, said in “Introducing and Spreading English in Singapore and Malaysia” that children who spoke their different mother tongues, such as Chinese, Malay, or Tamil, at home, when Malaysia and Singapore were under colonial rule, he also attended English high schools founded by the British.The way their native languages ​​influenced their spoken English inadvertently turned the informal Singlish and Manglish into what they are today.

La: The Ties That Bind

The similarities and differences between Malaysia and Singapore are as varied as they are subtle. You Malaysian say leng zai; I am a Singaporean, I say “handsome boy.” I say Ang Mor, you say Mat Salle. But the use of “lah” remains the same in both countries. It is an effective word with different meanings in different contexts, allowing Singaporeans and Malaysians to communicate easily with each other.

This is why lah still unites Singapore and Malaysia. This is a verbal time capsule proving that their stories did intersect at one time, linking the two countries with a complex network woven from the past, spanning the present and most likely future years. There is no such word, yes.

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      Malaysia is not a country of contrasts . This is a special world full of paradoxes: here, high-tech architecture and fishing villages on stilts, high-rise buildings and skyscrapers – and parks of orchids and hibiscus, the emerald sea, coconut palms and impenetrable jungle are amazingly combined here. This is a unique kaleidoscope of sights, smiling people, interesting traditions, holidays and ancient cultures. Here everyone will find something to their liking: diving, ecotourism, hiking in the mountains or a comfortable rest on the golden beaches.

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      Malaysia is home to many different cultures.Mosques and Buddhist pagodas, Christian churches and Hindu temples stand nearby, in an atmosphere of peace and harmony. Chinatowns are always open to visitors who are attracted by the majestic beauty of the bicentennial temples. The Indian tourist is accompanied by the fragrant scents of curry and sandalwood, a pile of signs and bright, colorful fabrics on the shelves. In Malaysia, the village of “bounty hunters” has also survived: the descendants of the warlike aborigines, but much more peaceful than their ancestors, still live on the outskirts of Mount Kinabalu.

      Every city in Malaysia bears the imprint of a long history. Some of the cities still keep the memory of their colonial past, which are witnessed by numerous Catholic churches, houses in the Dutch style or a Portuguese village in Malacca. The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is home to the largest Hindu temple in the country: Indians emigrated to Malaysia at the end of the nineteenth century in search of work and a better life. Georgetown, the second largest city in the country, became the stronghold of the Chinese settlers: and now in its historical center is one of the oldest and largest Chinatowns.

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      Hakken Ryo

      At first, Hakken just watched the idols, and then she decided to try her hand at a new field. The girl started small and with the help of her things tried to create recognizable images, and when she grew up, she began to specially purchase clothes for her hobby.

      First of all, Hakken began to copy female images, but soon she realized that she was not interested in this.Then the girl decided to go for broke and began to transform into a man. Metamorphoses were successful: so well that now it is not easy to recognize a woman in a cosplayer.

      Hakken Ryo Hakken Ryo

      Over time, Hakken began to share photos of her images on social networks, and since then people have not been able to see the young man in her. They can be understood.

      I noticed that more and more girls began to write to me saying what a handsome guy I am. Many of them know that I am a girl, but for some it is really a mystery, – explained Hakken.- This is my hobby, and I’m going to do it as much as I can.

      In addition to cosplay, Hakken enjoys playing the piano, guitar and a traditional Chinese string instrument called the pipa.

      A girl from Pennsylvania also knows what it means to hide behind someone else’s image, because for more than twenty years she has never gone out without a ton of makeup. She thought she was too ugly to have a boyfriend, but as soon as the makeup was washed off, everything changed – now the admiration of men knows no bounds.

      Another young man was surprised by the face not of a new acquaintance, but of her son, but the guy can be understood. Exactly the same features, only in a more adult version, he had already seen in his family photo album.

      Tioman – the most beautiful island in Malaysia

      Tioman island is located 50 km from the mainland in the southeastern part of Malaysia in the state of Johor. Pulau Tioman is a large and mountainous island, almost completely covered with jungle. The combination of impenetrable forests, high mountains and huge rocks on the coast make it one of the most beautiful islands in Malaysia.And also duty free shops on Tioman.

      Tioman photo

      Tioman island overview

      How to get there

      • From Kuala Lumpur, take a bus to Mersing. Travel time 5.5 hours. You can buy tickets in advance here: 12Go Asia or here: Easybook. We recommend the Transnasional bus at 17:00 with wide seats in 3 rows.
      • Next by ferry for 1.5 hours. It is now impossible to fly to Tioman by plane.
      • It will be more convenient to spend the night in Mersing at the MG hotel, and in the morning to go to the island than to go by the night bus, since it arrives too early, you will have to walk somewhere in the dark about 3 hours before the first ferry.
      • The ferry schedule changes every month, the departure time is different every day. You can find out here. More about the route.

      When to go, season and weather on Tioman

      The air temperature is always approximately the same, about + 30C. Therefore, I will not insert here unnecessary graphs by months. The most important thing to know about the weather on Tioman:

      • The season on Tioman in summer. Ideally, travel from June to September, in summer there are no waves and it is sunny.We went in September, also the season, there were no waves, the sun and a light rain were alternating. Officially, the season is from March to September, inclusive, but the best time to go is summer.
      • Winter on Tioman is the rainy season of storms. It is not recommended to travel in December, January and February. There are big waves at sea, cloudy weather, it often rains.

      Route through the most beautiful places in Tioman

      We have been preparing for the trip for a long time, carefully studying the information on Russian and English-language forums, blogs, travel guides, watched many videos and made up an ideal route for ourselves for 3 days.Our thoughtful plan allowed us to visit the best beaches in a short time and see all the most beautiful on the Pulau Tioman island.

      This independent route through Tioman is convenient and cost-effective in terms of travel.

      1. Hotel Tunamaya and the best view on the island

      We reserve a room in Tunamaya. The hotel provides a free speedboat transfer from the ferry. We write by e-mail to the hotel to be met and for how long the ferry will be. The hotel is not cheap, but believe me, it’s worth it, the money will pay off twice.

      Probably 1% of all tourists get to this part of the island. The view is such that you can stand for hours on the pier, looking at these majestic mountains. For the sake of this view alone, it is worth going to Tioman. More details.

      Tioman, Malaysia, Tunamai Beach

      2. Berjaya is the most popular hotel on Tioman

      On the second day, transfer to the western part of the island to the Berjaya hotel. In the morning from Tunamaya on a free transfer at 12 o’clock we get to the Tekek pier. Convenient and saving tens of dollars on taxi boats.From the pier we take a free Berjai bus to the hotel.

      Rest in the famous Berjaya Beach Resort on the first line. A long beautiful beach with palm trees, a swimming pool, a restaurant, you can go to the duty free in the village on foot. More details.

      Malaysia, Tioman, photo of Berjaya beach

      3. Juara Beach and The Barat Tioman

      On the third day, transfer to one of the best beaches in Tioman and check into The Barat hotel. New hotel on the first line with a swimming pool and an inexpensive restaurant.How to get to Juara Beach from Berjaya – order a transfer at the Barat hotel. Price RM30 per person ($ 8). A fun 30 minute jeep ride on a mountain road through the jungle.

      On Juare we relax, swim in the sea, walk along the beach, enjoy the views of tropical nature. More details.

      Juara Beach. Pulau Tioman, Malaysia

      We traveled along Tioman along this route, lived in the three best hotels and saw the most interesting, in our opinion, places.For the sake of completeness, I’ll tell you briefly about all the other beaches of the island.

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      Tioman Beach

      There are about a dozen inhabited beaches in total, where there are hotels or villages. And a dozen more wild ones. Briefly about all the beaches of Tioman clockwise from bottom to top:

      • South side of the island. Hotels Tunamaya, Bagus, Minang Cove. Bad beaches, rocky bottom, but the best view of the cliffs for which this part is worth visiting.
      • Genting Beach. The first stop of the ferry from the mainland. You can swim. There is cheap housing. The mountains in the south of the island are not visible from here.

      • Paia Beach. The beach of the Paya Beach Resort and several other guest houses. Second stop of the ferry.

      • Beach of the Berjaya hotel. A long well-groomed beach with beautiful palm trees on the shore. The entire beach is occupied by the Berjaya resort. Access to the beach is free. More details.
      • Tekek Beach. The largest village on the island.The beach is normal, the water is clear. Developed village, there are ATMs and duty free. More details.

      • ABC Beach or Air Batang. Recommended by all guidebooks. But in fact, according to recent reviews of tourists, the beach is bad, the bottom is rocky, there are many abandoned hotels and shops. The only plus is cheap housing from $ 15-20.
      • Monkey Beach. A wild beach accessible by water taxi or walking from the neighboring ABC and Salang beaches. The road through the forest will take 1.5-2 hours one way.
      • Salang Beach. According to numerous reviews, Salang beach is one of the best beaches in Tioman. There is also a developed area with duty free and a good selection of accommodations. The final stop of the ferry.
      • Juara. One of the best beaches in Tioman. The only beach on the opposite eastern side of the island. It is cheaper to get by taxi on the ground. Read more about the beach.

      Our impressions of the beaches

      The beaches of Tioman are not ideal. But they are beautiful in their own way.All beaches have a lot of greenery, trees, in some places there are hanging palms, huge blocks of stones. Visually, the beaches can be given the highest was. We expected such landscapes from Perhentian, but did not wait, but Father Tioman was out of competition in this regard.


      The sea cannot boast of its beauty. On Tioman, the water is clear, without debris, but … ordinary. You can compare the sea with the island of Koh Lanta in Thailand or Phu Quoc in Vietnam. You can swim, but don’t expect bright blue water and white sand.One thing is good that at least there are no waves at all, swimming is comfortable. During the season, of course.

      Ebb at Tioman

      Ebb tide every day. In September, the tide is early in the morning, and somewhere after 10 am the tide begins and you can swim fully. In the evening, the tide is low again. After 6 pm, all rocky beaches look ominous


      Tekek and Juara village are the most developed areas. Local people live here. There are schools, mosques, a hospital (accepted with and without insurance), an ATM.The districts of Genting, ABC and Salang are also well developed.

      On all developed beaches there are always cafes, dive centers, excursion tents, boat transfers to other beaches and islands, tents with souvenirs and tourist clothes. Whichever hotel you check in, there will be no special difficulties.

      Of course, there are beaches where there are only one or two resorts, there are no shops and everything is expensive. For example Japamala Resort. But these are, as a rule, high-level hotels, you don’t even want to go somewhere else to eat, because the food in your restaurant is delicious.

      As for the beaches, where there are many hotels, everything is perfectly developed there. You can eat both in the hotel restaurant and in the cafe on the street. Don’t like the price in your hotel, go around the corner to eat 2 times cheaper.

      Tioman Prices

      • Food prices: in the restaurant of a good hotel the cost of meals is on average 30-40 ringit ($ 8-10). In cheap cafes on the street, prices are 3 times lower, dishes for 8-12 ringit ($ 2-3).

      Expensive -> cheap

      • Hotel prices are also perfect for any traveler’s budget.The island has both cheap bungalows for $ 15 and resorts for $ 150 with a pool on the first line. It’s up to you to choose.

      Expensive hotel

      Cheap hotel

      Very cheap accommodation

      Duty free

      Tioman is a duty free zone. Duty free shops are located in Tekek village and maybe elsewhere. Alcohol prices are pleasant. We could not even resist and took a bottle of wine and champagne. Dyutiki accept bank cards. Examples of prices in the photo below.Course 1 $ = RM4. More about duty free


      Traveling between beaches by taxi boats – that’s what for some reason is unreasonably expensive. There are no such prices as on Perhentians. For a boat one way per person, the price can go up to 100 ringit ($ 25). Flights in Malaysia sometimes cost so much

      There are almost no roads on the island, and walking along forest paths for several hours in one direction. So you have to pay a lot of money for a boat-taxi, or sit only in your hotel and see only your own and maybe a neighboring beach.

      Therefore, we advise you to create your own travel itinerary in Tioman. Or use ours. Changing hotels every day and moving around here and there is even free (due to a transfer in an expensive hotel as a compliment).

      Rent a bike on Tioman

      If you check into Tekeka, Berjaya Hotel or Juara Beach, you can rent a bike. Motorbikes are rented for a day and there is an hourly rate. This is the first time we see this.

      • Scooter rental is expensive compared to Thailand or Vietnam.The average price is 30 ringit per hour or 50 per day ($ 8-12). An automatic machine is more expensive than a manual transmission. Gasoline is filled.
      • No helmets, no police, no questions asked.
      • In order not to leave your passport as a deposit, take a moped at your hotel. In the village, local bike rental is cheaper, but it can be with a passport and without gasoline.
      • The most active movement in Tekek. Locals run around on bikes and even have cars.
      • There is no place to ride here, so taking a bike for 1-2 hours is fine.On Tioman you can’t run over a lot, except that you can drive from Berjaya in duty free.
      • There is a road through the forest from Tekek to Juara, but it is not advised to ride on a bike, the slope in some places is at 45 degrees and at the same time there are still turns.


      Tioman in Malaysia is a huge island and there are few tourists on the beaches. The contingent is Europeans of all ages, Malays, tourists from Singapore, Chinese. We visited five different beaches. There were 10 more beaches on the boat, there were at least a minimum of people everywhere.A couple of people on the shore, somewhere there is no one at all.

      Even the most popular Berjaya hotel with 400 houses was almost empty. Therefore, you can safely come to Tioman during the season, during peak months, all the same, the beaches will be without crowds of people. If possible, you should avoid weekends, as well as Malay and Singapore holidays, otherwise the picture may be like this:

      Cat Island

      Muslim island. Therefore, there are practically no dogs, but there are many cats.

      Tioman reviews

      Tioman we have awarded the honorary title of the most beautiful island in Malaysia. Tioman island looks more impressive than many islands in other countries. But I would like to clarify what kind of beauty we are talking about.

      Tioman is not the best island for a beach holiday. The beaches are more for contemplation than swimming. For a beach holiday with blue water, white sand and a gorgeous sea, you need to go to Redang Island. On Tioman, the beaches are long and deserted, but there is no unreal beauty of bright turquoise water here.

      So why is Tioman Island the most beautiful:

      • Nature! Wild tropical nature here is full of strength and power. We have not seen so much greenery even in Taman Negar. The jungle of Tioman is very unusual. Dense equatorial vegetation that never seems to get through. Wildlife Island. All this tropical beauty overshadows the simplicity of the beaches so much that you stop focusing on them.

      • And the mountains! We still need to look for such mountains.In places the views are reminiscent of Tahiti. All Tioman is surrounded by high mountains. The most famous rocks “Donkey Ears” and “Dragon Horns” cause a storm of delight. Therefore, we named this view as the most magnificent that we have ever seen on the islands. It’s like from the movie Jurassic Park. The whole Tioman is insanely photogenic.

      Should I go to Tioman

      Yes. If you have the financial ability and you are traveling in Malaysia in the summer, then do not be lazy and visit Tioman.It’s not a short road, but it’s definitely worth it. Especially if you have already traveled around 20-30 islands that way and you want something original and unique.

      Tioman or Perhentians

      The beaches on the Perhentian Islands are better for swimming. More precisely, there are a couple of beaches with perfect blue water, which cannot be found on Tiomanchik. Taxi boats are cheaper on Perhentian. But the hotels are worse and there are more tourists. At prices, the islands are the same.

      We liked Tioman better due to its views and wildlife.If the priority is swimming in the sea and a beach holiday, then choose Perhi or Redang. Better yet, visit all these islands for yourself and make up your own opinion. If you have already, write your feedback in the comments.

      Trip budget

      • Transport: 418
      • Products: 94
      • Duty free: 84
      • Cafe: 298
      • Hotels 1117
      • Other: 112 (entrance to the national park, bike, other little things)

      Total: 2148 ringgit (520 $) for 2 people for 3 days for everything, including the round trip from KL.If you do not translate into rubles, then not so much. The amount can be halved if you choose a budget hotel and eat in a cafe for locals.

      Tioman on the map

      Map of Pulau Tioman Island with roads, hiking trails, paths between beaches and trekking to waterfalls:

      How we prepare for the trip

      • We buy tours on Travelata
      • We are looking for tickets at Aviasales
      • We rent hotels through Booking, and apartments for Daily rent.ru
      • Making insurance on Cherehapa
      • Airport transfer via Kiwitaxi website
      • Card with cashback for travel ALL Airlines
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