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سوراي هاني 5h
Cara murah ke sini, naik turun Surat Thani then naik ferry. Sewa motorcycle pusing pulau 👍
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In conjunction w/ the upcoming Int. Women’s Day, let's be empowered & have some good fun while at it, with your girlfriends at this stand-up comedy showcase that features 4 Asia's biggest female comedians. To purchase tickets, visit: /WhatsApp: 0102700172
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Bohol is mainly known for its tourism industry, boosted by its wide range of attractions such as the bizarre Chocolate Hills, Bilar Man-made Mahogany Forest and Tarsier monkey. Find out more:
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Koh Samui is an island off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus, located 35 kilometres off coast, northeast of Surat Thani town. Read more:
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: Salam Taiwan Showcases Hidden Gems in the Heart of Asia. Salam Taiwan Ambassador, takes audience on a trip exploring beautiful locales that highlight different facets of the island.
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Tanjung Lesung is a low-key place that still holds little recognition among foreign travellers, but has been an absolute favourite among the Jakartans for many years as weekend getaway destination. Find out more:
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💙⚡ Feb 23
Will defo come back here for longer stay 🌴❤️
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💙⚡ Feb 23
Hopefully one day I can afford to stay a night or two here and let the place take me to the time when everything is much more simple and exquisite. I can only marveled at the regal entrance yesterday and hopefully to see more inside in the future ✊🏻
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Ed Junaidi Feb 23
Kuala Lumpur is a green city & has the world’s only forest reserve (KL Forest Eco Park) to be situated right in the middle of a city! It is also a good place to spot wildlife in Malaysia. Find out other places to spot wildlife in Malaysia. via
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eve Feb 23
my mom's a torajan. which means, i'm a half torajan by blood. i'm always fascinated with the culture and i reallyyy want to visit the place again.
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Gaya Travel Magazine Feb 23
: The people of Toraja has a special way of departing with their deceased loved ones, by having a unique funeral ceremony called Rambu Solo. Find out more: Warning: Graphic content. Age discretion is advised.
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Hasif Hamsyari Feb 22
Berbaloi sangat ke Homestay Kampung Agong, Penaga, Pulau Pinang ni. Kawasan dia luas rupanya & even pergi weekend, taklah packed sampai kena beratur panjang pun. Ada kemudahan toilet & kedai-kedai lagi. Mesti pergi! 👏 • RM5/orang.
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Gaya Travel Magazine Feb 21
Have a great weekend, guys. Be safe and travel safe. Be wherever you are.
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Gaya Travel Magazine Feb 19
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So, what do you think of our list? Reply this thread with your own recommendation where to travel in Malaysia if COVID-19 is a concern. Don't forget to Comment, Like and Retweet our thread! Be safe and happy travels! with
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Gaya Travel Magazine Feb 19
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8. Kota Belud, Sabah Ideal for nature lovers. Visit its camp sites or scenic villages close to Ranau Bypass such as Melangkap, Tambatuon, & Tegudon; all having streams running through originating from Mt Kinabalu. Don't miss Tamu Kota Belud!
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7. Bario, Sarawak Blessed with cool weather with temp that could go down as low as 11°C, undeniably one of the most beautiful rural in Malaysia. We recommend trekking the 25-km Ancestor Trail or just enjoy Kelabit hospitality in the village.
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Gaya Travel Magazine Feb 19
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6. Kenyir, Terengganu The place for anglers, jungle trekkers, mountaineers, campers, bird watchers, horticulturists, photographers, researches & city dwellers. Must visit: Lasir Waterfall, Kelah Sanctuary, Gua Bewah & Elephant Conservation.
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5. Royal Belum State Park, Perak The state park offers travellers unforgettable experiences overnight on a boathouse & indulge in angling, exploring waterfalls, taking a dip together with teeming mahseer & visiting a rustic Orang Asli village.
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Gaya Travel Magazine Feb 19
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4. Kuala Lipis, Pahang A haven for people who are interested in colonial architecture with countless prominent structures such as the Malay Hostel, Kuala Lipis Railway Station, Pahang Club, Resident Guest House and Clifford High School.
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