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Kah Tao means Turtle Island and is the most popular place to scuba dive in Thailand. The striking coral reefs have plenty of wildlife to meet and greet. The most famous, of course, being the turtles but you will also find schools...
Explore Chiang Mai’s beautiful temples, unique markets, and interesting museums between bar hopping during Thailand’s more popular nightlife destinations. Take a trip to Doi Suthep and learn about its rich history and spiritual significance. If you want an adventure by horse-drawn carriage then take a tour of Wian Kum Kam and learn about the underground ancient...
The capital of Thailand will not disappoint and is ready for any kind of activity. There are floating markets full of local cuisine, temples to explore, night markets when the day is too hot, and rooftop bars to...
The capital city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur and like many capital cities you will notice distinct architecture, towering skyscrapers, and friendly locals. Explore the nightlife and local restaurants but when you are ready to leave the city for an outdoor exhibition don’t forget to visit the Batu Caves. 400 million-year-old hills made of limestone with...
If you can, visit Penang during the month of April during the last lunar New Year celebration for the Hindu god Hanuman. The event is extremely loud and the party goes on all night. Locals parade the shrine of Hanuman around with priests who place flower wreaths on the shrine while smashing coconuts on the ground everywhere....
Malaka (or also spelled Malacca) is a beautiful town in Malaysia and is one of the two old Dutch harbors in Malaysia from 1641-1825. It is rich with history and amazing architecture influenced by the Dutch during their occupation.
Within the grounds of Angjor Archeological Park there are around 50 Hindu and Buddhist temples. Some of these beautiful structures were made in the 12th century in the Khmer empire. The structures that have fallen due to time are...
Old Bagan is one of the most breathtaking places to visit in Southeast Asia. From the 9th to 13th centuries, the city was the capital of the Pagan Kingdom and originally had 4,446 Buddhist temples, pagodas, and monasteries. Today...
Zadar is a charming coastal town on the shore in the north of Croatia. It is a city surrounded by monumental riches of medieval and renaissance times. It is also famously known for the contemporary architectural installment of the Sea Organ. Come and...
The Sedlec Ossuary, (room of bones) is the largest “bone church” in the world. And is located just outside of Prague, Czechia. (Formerly the Czech Republic). The ossuary, contains between 40,000 and 70,000 skeletons of people. And bones have been artistically arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel.

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