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Best Beaches in Sydey

Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities with amazing beaches along its 70km of coastline. To explore all the hidden beaches in lovely spots in detail requires a couple of days. Most beaches are very well maintained and ideal for swimming. Popular spots like Bondi, Coogee and Cornaull have a lifeguard on duty and have strict regulation for swimming and surfing. 

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Best honeymoon destination in Malaysia

Malaysia is ranked as one of the best locations from honeymooners from across the world especially from the middle east and Asian countries. Rich cultural heritage, amazing ethnic mix, modern lifestyle and world-class holiday destination make Malaysia a very likeable choice if you are are looking for a dream honeymoon destinations.

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Mosques of Malaysia

The Malaysian population is an interesting mix of various ethnicities including Muslim, Indian and Chinese. Muslim population make approximately 61% of this ethnic mix. With a total population of Muslim exceeding 19 million in Malaysia, the strong presence of Islam is reflected in all aspects of social life including the architecture of Malaysian buildings. 

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ipoh in perak

Ipoh is around 250km north of Kuala Lumpur. The driving distance from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh is around 2.5 hours using the freeway AH2 which connects Kuala Lumpur to some of the major cities in the  Mainland Malaysia. I have undertaken several road trips from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh and Cameroon Highland in last 3 years. The best way to enjoy these interesting destinations is to organize a minimum of two nights stay that will give you enough time to explore all areas of interest in these towns. 

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travel Putrajaya

Putrajaya is the administrative capital of Malaysia and an iconic city designed with a mix of modern and traditional Malay and Middle Eastern architectural designs. For lovers of Islamic and Middle-Eastern History and Architecture, this city is a must-visit for a day trip or even weekend stay at one of the finest hotels in the city. 

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Restaurants in KL

Kuala Lumpur is an interesting mix of modern and traditional restaurants catering to international as well as diverse ethnic population. During my various visits to Kuala Lumpur, I have explored some very interesting restaurants at all prices ranges. An interesting fact about Kuala Lumpur is that food is quite cheap as compared to other international cities. Most shopping malls have food courts where you can find local food at very affordable rates. Some of the 5 and 4-star hotels have a variety of restaurants offering international and fusion food. Here is a list of some of my favourites restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. 

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Jalan Alor Changkat

Bukit Bintang is the heart of tourist activities in Kuala Lumpur. The famous food street Jalan Alor is located in Bukit Bintang and is a must-visit location for food lovers. The food stalls and restaurants stay open until the early hours of the morning. Changkat is the heart of the nightlife with a number of sports bars and clubs. A visit to Kuala Lumpur is incomplete without visiting these locations. 

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Visit Subic Olangapao

Staying in Manila for a couple of days and planning a day trip to the outskirts of Mania? There are plenty of things to do around Manila. A popular day trip spot is Subic Bay which is located 160 KM north of Manila. The driving distance between Manila and Subic Bay is 2.5 hours. Subic and Olangapao region has plenty to offers for solo travellers and families. Here are my trip notes from an interesting trip to Subic Bay.

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Kuching Sarawak

Kuching is one of the most interesting destinations in Malaysia located in the Southern end of Sarawak in Southern Malaysia. The flight time from Kuala Lumpur is approximately 1 hour. AirAsia flights operate daily with price ranging from 40RM to 100RM (between A$10 -30). Best way to utilize your day is to book an early morning flight from Kuala Lumpur to Kuching. Kuching is home to rich tribal history and colonial occupation in the last century. My knowledge about the history of Sarawak region was very little and I decided to pick and a new destination in Malaysia. Kuching, to my surprise, was a unique adventure and amazing dive into the rich cultural history of Malaysia. Here are some interesting recollections from my three amazing days in Kuching.

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KUALA lumpur to singapore by buy

Travelling by bus from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore is an interesting way to explore mainland Malaysia and travel to a fascinating destination of Singapore within 6 hours. The driving distance from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore is approximately 350 km which can be covered 5 hours. The bus covers this distance in 6 hours with a half an hour midway stop and one hour for border clearance between Malaysia and Singapore. Travelling by bus can sometimes be quicker than catching a plane from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. The bus can be booked from Penang, Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bharu. 

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