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Women's Weekly (Malaysia) - - COVER STYLE -

Aileen Chow Se­nior Sub-Ed­i­tor

What is the best/worst thing about trav­el­ling to a new coun­try?

Best thing: Learn­ing about the coun­try’s his­tory and cul­ture. Worst thing: Any­thing can go wrong.

What is your top travel tip?

Re­search thor­oughly es­pe­cially in the area of trans­porta­tion.

Sab­rina Sale­hud­din Fash­ion Ed­i­tor

What is the best/worst thing about trav­el­ling to a new coun­try?

I have a thing about vis­it­ing super­mar­kets or phar­ma­cies; I get ex­cited to see the dif­fer­ent brands that are not avail­able in Malaysia.

What is your top travel tip?

Do re­search on their cul­ture, and stay some­where that’s safe and have easy trans­porta­tion ac­cess!

Kalaivani Vetrivel Se­nior In­te­grated Ad­ver­tis­ing Sales Man­ager

What is the best/worst thing about trav­el­ling to a new coun­try?

The worst about trav­el­ling would be hor­ri­ble ho­tel rooms that are not clean.

What is your top travel tip?

Travel with­out the kids if you need to un­wind and have a lit­tle ad­ven­ture!

Habibah Muham­mad Se­nior Hu­man Re­sources Man­ager

What is the best/worst thing about trav­el­ling to a new coun­try?

The best part is the food and of course the scener­ies.

What is your top travel tip?

Pre­pare food for your kids if you’re driv­ing there and check the lug­gage weight limit as do­mes­tic flights in some coun­tries dif­fer.

Zurien Onn Se­nior Dig­i­tal Con­tent Writer

What is the best/worst thing about trav­el­ling to a new coun­try?

Shop­ping is the best but the worst part is when the stores closes ear­lier than the ones in Malaysia.

What is your top travel tip?

If you’re driv­ing, rent from a com­pany that al­lows you to re­turn the car at the air­port when you depart.

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