Category: Asia

Langkawi

Langkawi is a perfect destination to relax for a couple of days in West Malaysia. Nicknamed “the Jewel of Kedah”, it is the largest and most popular island in the archipelago that is made up of 99 islands and is home to beautiful white beaches, turquoise bays, gorgeous waterfalls, and wild natural parks. According to

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Cameron Highlands

A different side of Malaysia can be found in Cameron Highlands. There are no beaches, tall buildings, or hot and humid weather here. The highlands are close to being in the English countryside with houses built in an English style, surrounded by green hills and a cooler climate.

Malacca

Malacca is a definite addition to any trip to Malaysia and is a place no stranger to many travelers coming to Malaysia. It is highly recommended to spend the next 2 nights here if you are passing through Kuala Lumpur or heading to Penang. This city is filled with history and culture dated back to

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Penang

Situated in the northern part of West Malaysia along the Malacca Strait, Penang is one of the most popular and renowned travel destinations. It was founded by the British in 1786 and was awarded UNESCO World Heritage site due to an impressive collection of more than 1,700 historic buildings. The island was nicknamed the Pearl

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Kuala Lumpur

Welcome to My Own Backyard Say ‘Hello’ to Kuala Lumpur, the place where I grew up and live in. This is the capital and one of the three federal territories in Malaysia. The city’s name literally means “Muddy Confluence” due to its location near the place where the river of Klang and Gombak intersect.

Macau

Macau is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, located on the southwestern corner of Pearl River. It consist of a small narrow peninsula from the mainland province of Guangdong and the island of Taipa and Coloane, which are joined by an expanse of land that was reclaimed from the sea known

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Hoi An

A charming ancient town located in Central Vietnam. The Old Town of Hoi An is a perfect example of a historic district with a well-preserved trading port in Southeast Asia dated back to the 15th to 19th century. The living houses, assembly halls, temples, communal houses, pagodas, shrines, bridges, market, wharf and street plan in

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Hue

Hue is a small and peaceful city in Central Vietnam along Perfume River. It is the one place that most tourists had missed out during their visit at the central part of the country. It is an old capital of Dang Trong Kingdom (1738-1775) and home to 13 Emperors from the Nguyen dynasty (1802-1945).

Danang

Situated in the central of Vietnam, Danang is a lovely coastal city that lies between Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. and the fifth largest city in Vietnam. It is surrounded by mountains on one side and beautiful sandy beaches facing the South China Sea. As part of my Central Vietnam trip, I spend two nights

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Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh City is a place filled with fascinating culture, friendly locals, authentic local food and richness of history. It is known for its beautiful French architectural buildings after their conquest and influence in 1859. Saigon was originally the capital of South Vietnam under the People’s Army of Vietnam and use as the base

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