LadyHermezz recommends… (non bag related)

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Country: Malaysia

RedOrca: Chauffeured transport provider

Getting round in Kusla Lumpur without your own personal driver can be easy as taxies are in abundance, but unfortunately, not when you need them most. Roads are not easy to navigate, so hiring a car is not something we would recommend. So if your time is limited and you need to cover a lot of ground, there is nothing like your own personal chauffeured service.

We met Mr. Lua Bo Feng during our recent visit to Malaysia, we found him by chance doing a search on the Internet. In short,  the service was excellent and friendly, the car was very nice (we had the Jag) and the price is incredibly competitive.

So if you are planning on a trip to Malaysia, we strongly recommend RedOrca.

Details:
Lua Bo Feng
RedOrca Malaysia
Tel:         +60 (0) 12 – 632 6606
Email:    redorca.my@gmail.com
Web:      http://redorcarental.blogspot.com
http://redorcatravel.blogspot.com
Fb:         RedOrca Limousine Hire

Country: Thailand (Bangkok)

Tour Guide : http://www.eastmeetswesttravel.com/

We rarely use a tour guide, but as we were in Bangkok for such a short time and trying to slot in all those client meetings, we decided to use the service affliated to the hotel we were staying at – the Siam Kempinskin Hotel (we would not stay anywhere else, this hotel was just papacial!)

Our tour guide was Mr. Pinramen – who we would also recommend. His command of English was superb, a tall guy wo you will not lose him in the crowd. He took us to the Thai Boxing and then over the next coupld of days, he took us to the temple and a bit of shopping. Of course, they are obliged to take you also to some tailors, gem stores and place where you can buy leather goods, but this is Thai tourist culture.

The tailor he took us to was indeed very good, though I did not think the leather and jewelery was amazing value. The tailor delivered our goods to the hotel and for one specially commissioned overcoat that took longer, it was delivered to me at the airport. Now that is what I call service!