Istanbul

Istanbul is a transcontinental city in Eurasia, which separates Europe and Asia between the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea. Its historic sites lie on the European side and the land was once conquered by the Roman, Byzantine, the Latin and Ottoman Empire. This is Turkey’s biggest city and is served as the main

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Penang

Situated on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia. George Town was founded by the British in 1786 and was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status on 7 July 2008. The city has an impressive collection of more than 1,700 historic buildings within the Core Zone align on the four main streets of Pengkalan Weld, Lebuh Pantai, Jalan

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated sovereign territory in the world with millions of people living in the land area of just 1,106 sq kilometers. It was colonized by the British Empire and returned back to China in 1997 The city has so much to offer, from street markets to luxurious shopping

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Foshan

Foshan, the central of Guangdong province is part of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone and their native dialect is Cantonese. The city is famous for Dragon Boat,  Lingnan Kungfu, Martial Arts and Lion Dance. With a long history of over 5,000 years, the city got its name from the three Buddha statues unearthed here

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Guangzhou

Guangzhou also was known as Canton as part of Pearl River Delta served as a major terminus of the maritime Silk Road, major port and transportation hub into the mainland China. It is the third largest Chinese city in China, behind Beijing and Shanghai with an estimated population of 13 million people in 2014 and

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Phang-nga

Phang-nga is located immediately north of Phuket, covering an area of 4,170 sq kilometers. The province’s main attractions stem primarily from its geological formations and have an extraordinary number of islands, caves and rocky outcrops. Its most notable landmarks are the national marine parks of Ao Phang-nga, Mu Ko Similan and Mu Ko Surin. Phang-nga’s

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