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Singapore/Malaysia/Thailand itinerary

My husband and I are going to Singapore/Malaysia/Thailand for three weeks in November and December. We will arrive in Singapore on Nov. 24. This is a tentative itinerary for the trip. I'm looking for any comments or suggestions.
Day 1 — arrive in Singapore
Days 2-4 — Singapore
Day 5 — bus to Melakka
Day 6-7 — Melakka
Day 8 — bus to KL
Days 9-10 — KL
Day 11 — Penang
Days 12-13 — Penang
Day 14 — fly to Phuket
Days 15-16 — Phuket
Day 17 — bus Khao Sok National Park
Day 18 — Khao Sok
Day 19 — bus to Phuket
Day 20 — fly to Singapore
Day 21 — flight home
We thought of going to the Cameron Highlands, but it seemed to get mixed reviews on this forum. We also considered going to Borneo, but I know it's the rainiest time of year and I'm not sure if I want to put in the time and expense if we're going to be rained out. That's why I chose Khao Sok. But maybe this is too much travel. Let me know what you think.

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