Wanting to go on a solo trip around Malaysia but unable to afford her own campervan, Farah Nabilah decided to transform her Myvi into her very own ‘campervan’! The transformation costed her less than RM500 to set up!
“It’s not really a big modification. I wanted it to be simple, easy, and portable so that whenever I drive my car, it still looks like it’s in its original form. Only when I park, then I can set it up as a camper.”
When it came time to bed down for the night, she converted the back seat of her car into a portable bed. She keeps a make-shift table in the car, which is used for cooking, eating, and placing other items like a mini fan. To make it more liveable, she loved sprucing her space up with curtains, lights and even a dream catcher!
Farah shared that she started her 10-day road trip from Melaka. Then onward to KL, Perak, Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, and Selangor, before heading back to Melaka. Along the way, she’d stop by at paid campsites or ask for permission to park at private properties that provided toilets.
“I love going to beautiful beaches and islands. On this road trip, I included Pulau Perhentian as one of my destinations and I also visited my friend’s kampung in Batu Kurau where we enjoyed eating durian,” she said.