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Kota Bharu

Kota Bharu is the capital of Kelantan, situated in the northernmost part of West Malaysia. The name Kelantan means ”land of lightning” in the Malay world and is often referred to as the “cradle of Malay culture”. It shared its border with the kingdom of Thailand, which makes this town a transit point between the two countries as well as a getaway to the popular Perhentian Island.

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Johor Bharu

Johor Bahru commonly called “JB” by the locals, is the state capital of Johor. The city is situated in the southern Peninsula Malaysia and separated by a causeway to the neighboring Singapore.

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Ipoh

Ipoh is the capital city of Perak and located in the rich tin-mining valley of Kinta. It is one of the underrated cities in Malaysia because people tend to overlook the city of Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and Malacca. This quiet little town is a perfect off-the-beaten destination for a Malaysia trip.

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Hoi An

(Last updated on 6 September 2022)

Located in Central Vietnam by the estuary of Thu Bon River, this charming Old Town of Hoi An is a perfect example of a historic district with a well-preserved trading port in Southeast Asia.

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Bali

Bali is one of my top favorite destinations in Southeast Asia, surrounded itself by sandy beaches and a tropical climate all year round. Apart from its beautiful beaches, Bali has a richness of culture and history, which makes the island very distinctive from any part of Indonesia, with more than 80% of the island population adheres to Balinese Hinduism.

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Guangzhou

Guangzhou also known as Canton as part of the Pearl River Delta served as a major terminus of the maritime Silk Road, a major port and transportation hub in 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 become one of the most populous metropolitan cities in China.

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Phang-nga

Phang-nga is located at the north side 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.

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Phuket

The beautiful island that I had for in love with. Its coastline is fringed with white sandy beaches and quiet coves, bathed by the turquoise water of Andaman Sea and set against a backdrop of green hills, coconut groves, and rubber plantations. Being the largest island in Thailand and situated 867 km from Bangkok city, it is blessed by nature and the smiling hospitality of its people that you can’t forget.

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