Paid parking area (ca. EUR 2/day) on Jalan Ampang, near Petronas Twin Towers, relatively good air. Entrance right opposite Malaysia Tourist Information headquarters (MATIC, wifi, WC during opening hours, bus stop). 10min walk to Twin Towers, huge mall, restaurants, nice park.
Bus line: http://www.spad.gov.my/news-events/announcements/2012/go-kl-free-bus-service-routes
In the recreation area; locals are doing bbq until it's getting dark; quiet at night; up the hill food stalls, at the end of the road veeery dirty toilets and showers; but good natural source water
A nice place where you can park at the beach under the trees. Public clean toilet & shower nearby (0.3 rm). Restaurants at the big parking lot. During the day locals come to picnic, in the night quiet.
Grassy area by the beach, quiet, partly shady, only on weekends the local food stall is open. Access from Georgetown: about 1km before Teluk Bahang, after a blue metal fence, turn right towards the sea. It’s close to a huge abandoned hotel. Bus to Georgetown every 5min until midnight. Restaurants, shops in town (10min walk). Free, water tap at Hindu temple nearby. Ants and termites around.
Paid visitor parking of Pakar Puteri Hospital, 10min walk to Larkin bus terminal (frequent connections to Singapore’s Queen Street terminal), shops, restaurants. First hospital management complained it was only for patients and visitors, but it’s a private commercial parking for everyone, parking guy (at cashier’s) agreed. Safe, sun and shade, quiet. No trucks. Monkeys around. Stayed for ten days.
Long flat grassy area underneath trees right by the sea, just (300m) north of the Pahang-Terengganu border line. Two simple restaurants, WC,shower, sun and shade. Busy on weekends (rubbish everywhere) but quiet during the week. Goats, wild boar, monkeys, termites, ants (on trees, too) around. Access: from road No. 3 about 200m south of Shell petrol station turn towards the sea. Stayed for four weeks.
Long flat grassy area right by the beach, small huts with bench and table, no shade, on the coastal road (little traffic, not road No. 3!). Access: from Dungun northbound across the bridge, then right, to the sea shore. Small restaurants about 30min walk.
Large grassy area close to the beach (5min walk), WC/showers (charge) at square plaza surrounded by restaurants, south of town. Access: From Kuala Besut southbound on road No. 84, across the bridge, after about 1km turn left and continue to the plaza. Free, sun and shade, sand flies at the beach.
When you travel down the Cameron Highlands you will find this nice camping side. Also there: Hotsprings in the river, where you can swim. Really Nice. Toilettes and showers provided. Entry fee: 14 Ringit/day for 2 persons and a car. If you want to stay overnight, you will be asked to pay for two days or leave on the next day before 8 am.