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Most visitors make their way to Sabah and Sarawak with one goal in mind: encountering the beauty of nature and variety of wildlife in the states’ national parks. The best parks in Sarawak are ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2011
Natural beauty and affordability combine to make tent camping in Thailand
a popular recreation with native schoolchildren, families, and
international backpackers alike. With more than 70 ...
Situated just to the northwest of Koh Samui sits the idyllic archipelago of Ang Thong National Marine Park . Comprised of approximately 42 islands, the island group is a wonderful way for ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, December 2011
The oldest national park in the province of Sarawak , Bako National Park contains cliff-side views of the South China Sea, pristine coves and headlands, inland waterfalls that empty into ...
Famed for its extraordinary modernity and economic expansion, Singapore
is also steadily gaining a well-earned reputation as a metropolis that
is intelligently planned and laid out; even the ...
Miri has been a bustling economic hub since oil was discovered there in the early 20 th century. Today, it is part of a regional economic explosion in Malaysia .
Since being designated a city in ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2011
Accessible by a short bus ride from Kanchanaburi, Erawan National Park in Thailand
features 200 square-miles of limestone hills, forests, steams, flora
and fauna. Founded in 1975, its most ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2012
With a name that translates simply as “national park,” Malaysia’s
Taman Negara is the largest single swath of protected rainforest
anywhere in Southeast Asia. Extremely lucky visitors will ...
A significant hub for travel in southern Thailand , Krabi Town
makes an excellent gateway to a profusion of exotic islands and
national parks, and is an underappreciated destination in its own ...
Written by Emma, Australia, March 2013
Lake Ashinoko, or Lake Ashi as it is more commonly called, is an ancient crater lake at the bottom of Mount Hakone famous for its spectacular vistas of Mt. Fuji. Editor’s Note: This recommendation ...
Written by Sambo, Australia, October 2010
There's a whole lot of walking tracks around Victoria Peak with some very spectacular views. It's really easy to get to, just take a train to Central then after a short walk you can take the Peak ...
It would be a travesty to travel all the way to Southeast Asia
without interacting with some of the local wildlife. Luckily, such
interactions aren’t difficult to arrange.
For starters, Bangkok ...
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