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Places to see in Kota Kinabalu

   Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah state from the island of Borneo located on the east side of Malaysia. The location of this city is a very exotic and captivating one between mountains, tropical islands and lush rainforests. With a population of more than 450000 people this is a fishing center and a major commercial hub in Eastern Malaysia. 

Temples and churches in Chiang Rai

   Chiang Rai is the capital of the province with the same name located in the north area of Thailand. With a population of about 200.00 people this is the largest city in the north side of the country. It has some unique traditions including food which is spicier than in other areas of Thailand.

Places to see in Johor Bahru

   Johor Bahru is the capital of state Johor which is located in the south area of Malaysia and north of Singapore. It is the third largest metropolitan area across the country with a population of about almost 500.000 people. 

Templates in Chiang Mai

   Chiang Mai is the largest city in the north area of Thailand where is located. With a population of more than 170.000 inhabitants this is the fifth largest city in the country. It offers great landscapes because it is surrounded by mountains and lush countryside. The city has many places to explore and the climate is a much friendlier one than in other areas of Thailand.

Places to see in Ipoh

   Ipoh is the capital of Perak state in Malaysia located at a distance of about 200 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur. It is the 4th largest cities in this country and has evolved during the 19th century with the help of British colonial era.

Places to see in Pattaya

   Pattaya is a seaside resort located in the Eastern Gulf area of Thailand at a distance of about 150 kilometers away from Bangkok. The city is quite an exotic one, being famous for its go-go and beer bars. However, in the latest years, the authorities have de efforts to have the families visit and feel comfortable. 

Historical places to see in Georgetown

   Georgetown is the capital of the Penang Island and state which is located on the west coast of peninsular area of Malaysia. Founded in 1786, the city was named after Britain`s king George III and was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in the year of 2008. It is located in the north-east side of the island and has a population of more than 510000 people. 

Places to see in Kanchanaburi

   Kanchanaburi is a city located on the west side of Thailand with a population of about 32000 people. The location of this city is the confluence of two rivers: Kwai Noi and Kwai Yai. The area is great for travelers due to the mountain edge which makes the weather cooler than the one in other areas from center Thailand. 

Sipadan - The oceanic island

   Sipadan is the only oceanic island in Malaysia and promises to be one of the best diving sites from the entire world. The island is located in Sabah on the east coast of Malaysian Borneo. It has not more than 600 meters above the sea level in the Celebes Sea and is was formed on an extinct volcanic cone where living corals have grown in thousand years. The area of Indo-Pacific basin where this island lies it has one of the richest underwater habitats of the world with more than 3000 species of fish plus hundreds of coral species. 

Places to see in Hua Hin

   Hua Hin is a city resort located on the seaside, being a weekend escape for those Bangkok city residents who need to clear their minds. This is also an ex-pat retirement and a wonderful holiday area. It has a population of about 85000 people on a more than 900 square km located in the north side of Malay Peninsula.