Malaysia Itinerary

How I Managed a Well- organized Trip?

I met a new travel buddy and I plan to keep it my travel companion forever.

I just got back from my 5 nights/6 days Malaysian trip and I must say, I have achieved a seamless and my most organized trip so far. I was able to make plans along with duration, distance, mode of transportation and suggested locations because Triphobo made these all so easy.

I first stumbled upon this trip organizer online when I was checking for suggested itinerary for Malaysia and my upcoming trip to Hong Kong. In my quest for a detailed itinerary sample, Google brought me to TripHobo (https://www.triphobo.com/) .

So what sets this apart from other trip planners I found? Let me give you top off my list:

  • Travelers could opt to make their trips public so other travelers could check it out
  • This app could be downloaded in your mobile ( yup, I have it in my Android now)
  • Free trip plans are available
  • It gives you suggestions on where to go and how long are you ideally spending in one location
  • It gives you the liberty to move around your plan depending on your pace and your desired location for the day
  • It gives information about the attraction that you want to go to
  • It gives suggestions on the nearby location of your destinations
  • Map and printable version of a plan is available

I could go on telling what I like about this application, but I want you to discover more of this by experience. Please go ahead and check the link or better yet download it on your mobile.

To give you a snapchat, here’s  the link to the itinerary I made via Trip Hobo for 6 days in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. https://www.triphobo.com/tripplans/kuala-lumpur/itinerary-from-kuala-lumpur-57c9e4c94e8231214400097a

I’m now planning my next out of the country trip and surely, Triphobo will guide me all throughout.

Oppss, don’t get me wrong. This is not only for abroad. I also see trip plans within my own country. Look at yours too.

Disclaimer: I am not paid by Trip hobo for this blog. I just felt the need to write this because I want to share how this app helped me a lot in my recent travel.

 

 

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