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Which one is tougher?

KL marathon or HK marathon?

In terms of slopes or hills or bridges .....

I think around the same. But hk weather makes it easier to run. KL is like singapore . Hot and sticky .

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Which one is tougher?

KL marathon or HK marathon?

In terms of slopes or hills or bridges .....

I think around the same. But hk weather makes it easier to run. KL is like singapore . Hot and sticky .

Also don't forget the traffic. HK have no worries about traffic whereas KL still have to be cautious when crossing roads even though there is suppose to have traffic controllers.

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Which one is tougher?

KL marathon or HK marathon?

In terms of slopes or hills or bridges .....

I think around the same. But hk weather makes it easier to run. KL is like singapore . Hot and sticky .

Also don't forget the traffic. HK have no worries about traffic whereas KL still have to be cautious when crossing roads even though there is suppose to have traffic controllers.

Registered for the run.

Hope to complete the run within 5hrs ....

Thanks for the info guys ....

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21km and 42km only 5 dollar different.!!! ...i dun want to run full..... but more value for $$.. :(

then go for it lah.

signed up Full also.

+$5 can have a Tee, a powergel and a banana hahaha.

Need to train harder these few months

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wish to join the marathon too.

may i know how to get there and accomdation? as i know over there, they do not provide transport service like what we have here. (24 hours train service).

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wish to join the marathon too.

may i know how to get there and accomdation? as i know over there, they do not provide transport service like what we have here. (24 hours train service).

last year they started the train services early. also they had shuttle buses from a few locations.

easiest is to stay around chinatown.

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Which travel agency to get coach ticket and any recommendation for budget stay? Thanks!

If you book your ticket early, like right now, the budget airfares is in the range of about SGD60-70 only return! I have already booked mine. Cheaper or comparable to some of the "executive" coaches.

As for budget hotels, there are a dime a dozen and best place to stay is in and around Chinatown.

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Have booked airasia over last wkend...return including taxes <$ 8 0 ... staying around chinatown...<RM160 per night.... need to arrange internal transportation though..

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Have booked airasia over last wkend...return including taxes <$ 8 0 ... staying around chinatown...<RM160 per night.... need to arrange internal transportation though..

Which hotel at Chinatown is it may I know ??

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