CLEO (Malaysia) - - SMART REPORT -

When it comes to a hol­i­day, I want to: When I am on va­ca­tion, my money is used for: Pay­ing for ac­tiv­i­ties and ex­pe­ri­ences. I don’t mind sleep­ing in a hut as long as I get the mem­o­ries to take home with me. My travel, ac­com­mo­da­tion, and what­ever else I need that re­quires top dol­lar. Ev­ery­thing that I have planned out. I know what each tour and en­trance fee, meal, and sou­venir cost.

I usu­ally go on hol­i­day: Your hol­i­days give you outof-the-or­di­nary ex­pe­ri­ences for mem­o­ries that will stick

with you for life. You’re will­ing to sleep in bus stops and ride on bul­lock carts, and even bungee jump off the high­est cliffs as long as you have sto­ries to tell friends back home. If I don’t need a flight, I’ll: Throw some clothes in a bag and hitch­hike my way to my next ad­ven­ture. Stay home. I’m not go­ing any­where with­out a plane ticket. Make sure other modes of trans­porta­tion are sched­uled and ar­ranged to take me to my desti­na­tion.

When it comes to meals, I: You are the pam­pered jet­set­ter who wants to get away to do noth­ing. Your idea of a per­fect hol­i­day is if ev­ery­thing is within a five-minute walk. If pos­si­ble, you don’t want to leave the ho­tel grounds

at all!

You are the quin­tes­sen­tial tourist. You want to see all the

sights, visit all the text­book tourist traps, and savour all the lo­cal de­lights. You also never miss out on photo op­por­tu­ni­ties at fa­mous spots.

Get in on all the fun. I need my adren­a­line pump­ing! Re­lax, sleep, eat, sleep, swim. Re­peat. See all the sights and visit all the fa­mous spots. When­ever my wan­der­lust takes over. Af­ter a stress­ful pe­riod at work or when I need a re­lax­ing get­away. Af­ter my two-years worth of plans are all se­cured.

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