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  • Broché: 636 pages
  • Editeur : LONELY PLANET; Édition : 11th edition (4 mars 2010)
  • Collection : Country Regional Guides
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1741048877
  • ISBN-13: 978-1741048872
  • Dimensions du produit: 19,6 x 12,7 x 2,5 cm
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Par Jay sur 22 mars 2012
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Good book giving you all the information you need on Malaysia and Singapore.
Plein d'info sur Malaysie et Singapore. Bien.
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Good guide to nice countries 18 mars 2005
Par Smallchief - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"The Lonely Planet" customarily puts out a very competent well written guide to a country or countries -- and this one is no exception. One problem, however, is that Malaysia and Singapore are hardly "lonely" in the sense of being out of the way, remote places. The Kuala Lumpur skyline may be the most impressive in the world. Malaysia claims that the Petronas Towers are the tallest buildings in the world. Singapore is simply the best run city in the world.

This is by way of warning that I wouldn't put too much stock in the "Lonely Planet's" recommendations on hotels and restaurants in tourist-heavy places like KL and Singapore. For example, I went to three restaurants "Lonely Planet" recommended in KL. One was closed; one was awful; one was a notorious tourist trap. My hotel, the Corus, wasn't mentioned in "Lonely Planet" but was a bargain at $49 per night (booked on the internet) just down the street from the Petronas Towers. (Should it be mentioned in the next edition of "Lonely Planet", the price will go up.) The guidebook also waxes lyrical about the delights of Singapore Airport. I thought it was crowded and unremarkable. Now, KL's airport is really special...

All this to emphasize that you shouldn't depend on the "Lonely Planet" for hotel and restaurant recommendations in big cities. The strength of the guidebook is the detail it gives you about the countries -- their historical and cultural background, the practical emphasis on how to get from one place to another, descriptions of the small out of the way places you might miss otherwise, the sidebars that tell interesting tales.

"Lonely Planet" has become perhaps the best known of all travel guidebook series. They're at their best when they are in fact about "lonely" places.

Smallchief
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A Good Guide to the Major Destinations 17 mars 2007
Par Laszlo Wagner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei are the most developed countries in Southeast Asia, and tourism is a long-established business in the first two. English is widely spoken and travel is easy. More than anywhere in the region, you could even get by without a guidebook - local tourist offices are pretty good for info.

That said, if you do want a guide, this is probably the most reliable one for practical details. The 10th edition, published in January 2007, actually seems to have been more thoroughly updated than some previous ones, with some new attractions and accomodation options added - unlike in certain other LP guides, where only prices are changed from edition to edition. Of course practical details may change even by the time the book is published (remember it was researched in early 2006), but in general these 3 countries are pretty stable and inflation is low. Sure, the odd errorous/outdated info did slip in, but is far outweighed by all the useful stuff.

My only complaint about this book might be that it still pretty much concentrates on established, popular tourist attractions and major cities/towns. Don't expect to find many tips on locating hidden gems or exploring remote corners of the country, particularly Borneo. For that kind of info, I found the Rough Guide to these countries better than LP, though RG's practical info is often more dated. Decide what's more important to you!

If you are going to these countries for the first time, and only have a few weeks on hand to spend there, you will probably find the information provided by this guide both sufficient and largely accurate.
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Wouldn't buy it again 4 septembre 2011
Par Kartick Vaddadi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It's hard to read this book because of the tiny font, even at home, to say nothing of reading it when you're in another country, sweating in the oppressive heat, and in a hurry. I can do better with wikitravel -- print it out at a readable font size.

Then there's Lonely Planet's penchant for describing everything in glowing terms -- when everything is awesome, you wonder if you can trust the source, and it defeats the point of buying a guidebook.

Consider wikitravel first -- print out the Singapore page, and ones for specific areas in Singapore, like Riverside or Orchid.
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Even has good food picks! 15 décembre 2005
Par Joe Blow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Went to Penang with this last month. Typical quality LP job in describing the country and how to get around. What made this one a cut above is that it actually had useful restaurant recommendations, as opposed to the typical LP approach (i.e.: Here's the address of a place that serves food; hope you don't get hepatitis). Hotel recommendations were spot-on as well.

As always with LP, my one regret is they aren't opinionated enough about which sights are worth your time and which ones aren't.
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Always a good travel guide brand 6 juin 2007
Par C. Cappelletti - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It was Lonely Planet Vietnam that got me hooked on their series, and after traveling throughout Southeast Asia, I maintain Lonely Planet are the best travel advisor books, with the Rough Guide series a close second. I like that I can find what I need as a backpacker, but know where, when and on what to splurge. This particular one is not quite as strong as their Vietnam one, but I think will improve in the next version.
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