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stephenjgolding posted Living in Kuching on the Malaysia forum on September 29, 2014:
Hi I'm in Kuching this week anybody available to meet up with for coffee. to chat about living here Regards Stephen Golding
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aqsa replied to the thread moving to malaysia on the Malaysia forum:
afrazaara initially posted:
iam moving to Malaysia in sep 2014 plz help me wid average cost of living there and schools as well as accommodation in Malaysia ive never been there
aqsa replied on September 26, 2014 with:
Hello guys! want to share my experience with you If you are looking for an apartment or room wants to rent out your place , you might want to check out PlaceMatch Singapore. Posting an ad is Free and I found it to be useful in finding my place. Hope that helps Cheers, Aqsa Rao
noraliza replied on September 19, 2014 with:
Hi, I am from Malaysia. I would like to know your city location so that I can comment more correctly.
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vicky23 replied to the thread Require 2nd Hand Furnitures on the Malaysia forum:
vicky23 initially posted:
Hi there, I require 2nd furnitures for my condo unit. Good usable ones preferably a coffee table, queen or king size or bed, front load washing machine or a washing machine dryer, a cupboard and a sofa. If anyone is relocating and if you want to sell your items, pls email at vickyshoban@gmail.com. Thank you.
vicky23 replied on September 20, 2014 with:
Jalan Bukit Indah, Johor baru (Malaysia)
noraliza replied on September 19, 2014 with:
Hi, may I know your location city?
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noraliza replied to the thread Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru, Malaysia - Living nearby on the Malaysia forum:
caz0812 initially posted:
I am Australian with 2 young children 4 and 6 yrs. My husband is considering taking a job in Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Where is the best and safest place to live nearby? Are there good international schools? How far is it to live in Singapore and how long would travel times be?
noraliza replied on September 19, 2014 with:
Hi, I am from Malaysia and working in Pasir Gudang. Have you move to Pasir Gudang?
azzam replied on May 09, 2014 with:
try excelsior. Where do u stay
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noraliza replied to the thread Recommedation for nice hotel in Johur Bahru on the Malaysia forum:
hbft58 initially posted:
We are planning to fly into Singapore and stay in Johur Bahru at hotel and take taxi to hotel close to the Causeway.
noraliza replied on September 19, 2014 with:
Hi, I'm from Johor Bahru. If you want to go to Singapore, there are 2 alternatives. One is through Woodland and another one is Tuas. Woodland toll cost is cheaper than Tuas. If you want to use bus or MRT to travel in Singapore, I suggest you to find a hotel located in Wong Ah Fook road. Maybe Hotel Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru is better because you can just walk to CIQ (southern intergrated gateway Johor-Singapore). If your want further explanation, you can email me at nikec17@yahoo.com
mytwocents replied on September 03, 2014 with:
many tourist guides often use the train to bring in people in and out of singapore-johor bahru. you might want to try those because it certainly beat the jam and from the jb & singapore train complex you can get taxis easily. of course cost $ and flexible time schedule. the timing is critical, avoid early morning hours. definitely fully packed but not so at night.
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noraliza replied to the thread Good International schools in Johor Bharu, Malaysia please.. on the Malaysia forum:
mrsmenon initially posted:
We will be moving to Johore Bharu, Malaysia in June.The place we will be residing is at Nusajaya/Nusaindah/Ledang East just somewhere 20minutes away from Singapore We would like to place our son who is 4in one of the good international schools there.Can some friends out thete help us by sharing your views which is the best schools to send where teachers take good careof children, schools with good facilities and syllabus? Thank you
noraliza replied on September 19, 2014 with:
Hi, I am living in Johor Bahru. Have you find the school?
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jarrod85white initially posted:
I came from Australia and I want to work abroad. Where do I apply to work in any country in Southeast Asia, maybe like in Jakarta Indonesia or KL Malaysia?
noraliza replied on September 19, 2014 with:
Hi, I am from Malaysia but regularly travel to Jakarta due to business trip. Both Jakarta and KL are big city with modern style of living. These 2 cities share the same problem, traffic conjestion. But what make Jakarta is worse because they do not have LRT/MRT/monorail/subway to support the public transportation.
noraliza replied on September 19, 2014 with:
Hi, I am from Malaysia but regularly travel to Jakarta due to business trip. Both Jakarta and KL are big city with modern style of living. These 2 cities share the same problem, traffic conjestion. But what make Jakarta is worse because they do not have LRT/MRT/monorail/subway to support the public transportation.
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