The Rough Guide to Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei

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Rough Guides, 2000 - Brunei - 688 pages
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This Rough Guide features coverage of Malaysia's pristine beaches and age-old ruins, Singapore's glittering malls and culinary delights, and the unique attractions of oil-rich Brunei, such as the spectacular Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque. Exhaustive listings for both modernized city centers and the kampung (village) areas cover everything from five-star hotels and restaurants to budget guest houses and noodle stalls. The authors also give you the lowdown on each nation's popular culture, traditional arts, religious feasts and history.

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Contents

Getting there from Britain
3
Getting there from the US and Canada
9
Getting there from Southeast Asia
17
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Mark Lewis, CCIE® No. 6280, is technical director of MJL Network Solutions (www.mjlnet.com), a leading provider of internetworking solutions that focuses on helping enterprise and service provider customers to implement leading-edge technologies. Mark specializes in next-generation network technologies and has extensive experience designing, deploying, and migrating large-scale IP/MPLS networks. He is an active participant in the IETF, a member of the IEEE, and a certified Cisco Systems® instructor. Mark is the author of Troubleshooting Virtual Private Networks, published by Cisco Press.

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