This Indochina overland plan comprises 4 countries, and yet to be finalized. Based on quick research, I garner all stop points and international border crossings in one place just to get concise ideas regarding dos/don’ts, time, travel requirements and places. Total travel distance approximately 6,000KM with (estimation) 13 gas refills on return. Advertisements
Continuous rain and lack of sun the past few days, that’s is what I call ideal weather. The temperature down to 22c, and feels 21-19c when it’s windy. Great opportunity to experience spring-like weather in Klang Valley. God, thank you for listening, and let it stay this way for couple more days.
We leave Kuala Tahan around 1000 after had a quick breakfast near the river. Before takeoff, we rent a boat for half an hour to roaming around, cost us RM50. Not much time and destination left, we’ve decided to head on to Janda Baik, located 270km away from where we were, as it gets nearer to… Read More 2017 Overland: Day 7, Janda Baik
After had a breakfast, we roaming around the hotel, accompany kids played foosball for our last day in Century Pines resort in 2017.
We limiting activities today to get enough rest for next route which still undecided. It was so relaxed, only with kids activities right after morning breakfast at hotel and afternoon.
We had a complimentary breakfast in hotel prior roaming around Tanah Rata. The truck get a chance to rest while we go around city by walking.
Woke up at 0630, and went out for breakfast around 0830 at Fazil house known for charcoal burning method.
Kids being cranky last night, thus leave us few hours to sleep prior next route. Woke up at 0700, and done packing/preparation by 0930, we stop for a quick breakfast nearby, somewhere around Pulau Pangkor jetty terminal before headed to next stop, Taiping.
Take off from home a bit late (around 1030) than scheduled plan. We took the non-toll route, shah alam – puncak alam – kuala selangor – sabak bernam – lumut for better journey fulfillment.
I’m planning for another overlandtrip to Chiang Rai somewhere around February next year. The journey will take estimately 5000km on return and it’ll be completed in less than 2 weeks.
New project, ask my usual favourite welder to do a custom frame of roofbag for roofrack. My requirement is, the frame can be folded when not in use, it can fit for 2 of my extra large luggages 29′ x 22.4′, separator between rows, light but strong material and easy to operate.
Bajrangi bhaijaan,simply tugs heartstrings. Surprisingly, not many of my indian and pakistani friend have or keen to watch it. Not really keen to ask why.
Assalamualaikum to all family members, and all beloved friends. Sorry for the delay of my response since there’s so many thing to sort out. We are overwhelmingly grateful for all your pray and well wishes.
I’m going to update the detail of each routes in the near future, simply park it here before it slipped from my mind. We’ve done this lenghty route back in december, 2016.