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The United Kingdom is really not a place that needs much introduction. As many may know, the United Kingdom is made up of; Scotland, England, Northern Ireland, and Wales. Within the entire Europe, this place remains one of the most popular locations for tourists and travelers. The country is endowed with appealing scenery and has a very diverse and vibrant historical background, and there are lots of castles, galleries, and museums to visit.

Travelers can’t stop talking about how pleasurable the United Kingdom is, because there are many fascinating locations and structures to explore. Moving around the country does not have much hassle around it, as there are different transportation options.

No doubt, there are lots of places one would love to visit, but then, let’s take a look at the Top 7 Places to Visit in the UK.



London – A city that rings a bell in the minds of millions of people; it is almost impossible to visit the UK without desiring to visit this nation’s capital. There are lots of attractive sites to keep you engaged all through your stay. Tourists would undoubtedly love to visit the very popular Tower of London, which tells a lot about the rich history of the United Kingdom. This tower is located beside the Tower Bridge, along the banks of River Thames. This tower was, at some point, prison and also a palace. Within this tower are; the Jewel House, which is the base of Crown Jewels and a majestic 1,000-year-old White Tower, which is beautified with an array of weaponry and armor.

Have you ever heard of Big Ben? Coming to London, along the Whitehall Road area, you will have the opportunity to see this historic bell. Also along this road are the Parliament Buildings. Visitors who visit this axis, also have the opportunity of visiting a particular venue where lots of royal weddings have taken place.

For the best museums in the London city – Natural History Museum, Albert and Victoria museums – you can ride to South Kensington.

Since the reign of Queen Victoria, the Royal home has been the Buckingham Palace, which is conspicuously located somewhere in London. At Buckingham Palace, you will relish the sight of the guards and a lot more.

London indeed has many other sites you would love to visit.


This Scottish capital city remains one of the loveliest and most popular places in the United Kingdom. It is one of the most visited locations, too, and there are numerous buildings relevant to history.

One of the outstanding historic buildings in this city is Edinburgh Castle. It stands tall high above the city and was built in the 13th century as a royal fortress. This castle has lots of highlights, which include; the Scottish National War Memorial, the Scottish Crown Jewels, the famous One 0’clock Salute, which daily takes place at Half Moon Battery. There is also the well known Stone of Destiny, also known as the Stone of Scone, which is found within the castle. This stone was in London for about 700 years, after which it was returned to Scotland.

Within the Edinburgh city, there are many other ancient sites such as; the Royal Mile, an architectural masterpiece. There are also many art galleries, cafes, shops, restaurants. For some classic dining and shopping, you can do well to visit the broad Princes Street. 

While in Edinburgh, try to make a trip to the ancient Palace of Holyroodhouse, the National Gallery of Scotland, and the Royal Botanical Garden. There are lots of other fun sites too.


This city, which is guarded by a wall, is situated within the area where the River Ouse meets with River Foss. The city has vast historical relevance, and there are many exciting locations within it. Some of these include; the York Minister, one of the strategic buildings in this ancient city. It is a gigantic stone cathedral, which is laced with lots of great artworks. You don’t need to worry about the mode of transportation across this city, that’s why it is known as one of the largest zones for pedestrians, across Europe.


This city of Bath got its name from the famous Roman Bath. It is one of the smallest cities in the UK; however, it has many interesting sites for you to visit.

It is known for its Georgian style of architecture with lots of palatial townhomes, most of which can be found along the glamorous Royal Crescent. One of such homes, No. 1 Royal Crescent, is now being used as a museum, giving one the opportunity of having an idea of what the Georgian times were like.

There is also the famous Healing Waters, which has reportedly existed for about 2,000 years. The water gushes from three hot springs. And the water is known to contain about 43 minerals. There are many other beautiful things to know about Healing Water.


This top-rated site is located within the southwestern part of England. It is made up of earthworks and is a historical spot of note. Of course, it houses many facts and fun.


Located close to England’s border with Wales, this city of Chester is located along the River Dee in Cheshire, England. Existing for over 2,000 years, this city is wrapped around lots of cultures, history, as well as great architecture.


This little county is located in North West England. It houses one of the largest parks in the UK – Lake District. Aside from the beautiful scenery, it is a place you will love to visit for lots of other reasons.


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Exploring the Middle East (The cradle of civilization)



Exploring the Middle East (The cradle of civilization)

The Middle East is home to the finest ancient architecture and civilization known to man.

In the Middle East, history is not something you write about in books. Here, it is a story written on the stones that litter the region, from the flagstone of old Roman road to the building blocks of Ancient Egypt, and the temples from Petra to Persepolis. This is where human kind first built cities and learned to write, and it was from here that Judaism, Christianity and Islam all arose.

Here the past meets the present. Aside from ranking among the oldest cities on earth, the ancient-modern metropolises are places to look at with the eyes of an adventurer.

Beyond the city limits, the Middle East is a land of mighty rivers (Nile, which is the longest river out of Africa), even mightier deserts (the Sahara and peerless wadi rum) and green landscapes of exceptional beauty. Exploring these wilderness areas,; from the snow caped summits in turkey to the kaleidoscopic waters of the Red sea, lies the heart of the regions appeal.

First stop will be; PETRA, JORDAN.

Originally known to its inhabitants in as Raqmu or Raqēmō  is a historic and archaeological city in southern Jordan. Petra lies around Jabal Al-Madbah in a basin surrounded by mountains which form the eastern flank of the Arabah valley that runs from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. The area around Petra has been inhabited from as early as 7000 BC, and the Nabataeans might have settled in what would become the capital city of their kingdom, as early as the 4th century BC. However, archaeological work has only discovered evidence of Nabataean presence dating back to the second century BC, by which time Petra had become their capital. The Nabataeans were nomadic Arabs who invested in Petra’s proximity to the trade routes by establishing it as a major regional trading hub.

Petra is actually a fairly easy place to visit and not too expensive. There’s accommodation which, ranges from tented camps to five star resorts, there is a good public transport. It is safe and people are incredibly welcoming.

The ancient Nabataean city of Petra is one of Middle East most cherished attractions. It’s a place like no other.

Some of its glorious sites are;


Which happens to be a gorge, entering through the impossibly narrow canyon gives you the feeling that you are on a treasure hunt, and when the sun sets over the honey combed landscape of the tombs, carved facades and pillars all hewn from the rose-red sandstone cliff.


The treasury is the highlight of Petra but it’s only the really the beginning of your visit.  Also waiting to wow you mind is.


Which happens to be the remains, of the Romans invasion. The Romans took control over Petra in 106 AD. Romans that took the archtectuure of Greeks and perfected it. Those Romans where masters at building , and their road still stands today, along with several columns lining the side of the road. Next stop would be the great temple.


These was built in 100 BC and is the largest freestanding building in Petra. Our next stop will be The Monastery (Al-deir). The hike to the monastery is over 900 steps and for a solid 20 minutes or more. Along the way you pass numerous stalls, worked by women, selling souvenir and jewelers. But if you are not a fan of hiking donkeys are available for a token.

Petra also brings to you one of the holiest places in the world,


Aaron, Moses ‘brother. To get there can be equated to the stress of pilgrimage. The highest point in the area gives hikers a view of Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Israel.

Before you bid Farwell to Petra, make sure you see Petra by night. It occurs three nights a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 20:30) the Siq which happens to be a gorge are lit with 1500 candles. This different view of Petra and it’s described as magical.

The best time to visit Petra is March to May and September to November. As temperature aren’t so high and the crowds are smaller. The winter can be bitterly cold night and chilly during the day. During summer the months can be unbearably hot, because it’s a desert nation.

Do not forget to bring back the most prized treasure of Jordan the Dead Sea salt. Petra should be on your bucket list.





And the desert rose takes us toEGYPT;


Egypt is one of the oldest civilizations known to man. It’s a beguiling sight filled with magnificent monuments, the mighty Nile, the seductive desert and the dense delta coupled with its long past and welcoming people, the ever eager story tellers.

As the birthplace of the most prominent ancient civilization, Egypt also known as home of the pharaohs and the ancient queen Nefertiti, Cleopatra, Isis. These alone has been attracting travelers for centuries and remains a popular destination.

Major tourist destinations include the millennia-old monuments in the Nile Valley. Principal among them are the Pyramids and Great Sphinx at Giza, the Abu Simbel temples south of Aswan and the Karnak Temple Complex and Valley of the Kings near Luxor. Attractions in Cairo include the Cairo Museum and the Mosque of Muhammad Ali Pasha. The coast of the Sinai Peninsula has well-visited seaside resorts, in addition to Hurghada city on the Red Sea coast and the Famous El Gouna Resort 25 km Hurghada.

  • Giza Pyramids, 20 km southwest of Cairo, has several remains from the 26th century BC such as temples and monuments to pharaohs including the Great Sphinx, and the Great Pyramids of Giza. The last surviving of the seven wonders of the ancient world. The pyramids of giza are one of the most recognizable landmarks. Built as a tomb for the mighty pharaohs and guarded by the enigmatic sphinx. Till date these megalithic memorial to the dead kings still a sight as they ever were. An undeniable highlight of any Egypt trip.
  • Saqqara, 30 km south of Cairo is a vast, ancient burial ground which served as the necropolis for the Ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis. It features numerous pyramids, including the world’s oldest standing step pyramid, as well as a number of mastabas.
  • Luxor, about 500 km south of Cairo, is the site of the ancient city of Thebes. It includes the ruins of the temple complexes at Karnakand Luxor, which stand within the modern city. On the opposite side of the Nile River lie the monuments, temples and tombs on the West Bank Necropolis, which include the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens, the Memorial Temple of Hatshepsut. These ancient burial used to be home of the treasures of Egypt before the grave robbers sacked it.

Abu Simbel Temple

  • Abu Simbel, about 850 km south of Cairo (near the Sudanese border) is an archaeological sitecomprising two massive rock temples originally carved out of a mountainside during the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II (13th century BC). The complex was relocated in its entirety in the 1960s to avoid being submerged during the creation of Lake Nasser. They are now situated on an artificial hill made from a domed structure high above the Aswan High Dam
  • Alexandriais a main summer resort, due to its beaches, ancient history and Museums, especially the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, a modern project based on reviving the ancient Library of Alexandria.
  • Sinai Peninsula– Sinai has the beach resorts of Sharm el-SheikhDahabNuweibaand Taba as well as locations mentioned in the Bible such as Mount Sinai (“Jabal Musa”).
  • Saint Catherine’s Monasterymay be the oldest working Christian monastery in the world. This desert monastery is home to an incredible collections of religious iconography, art and manuscripts
  • Ain Sukhna, about 110 km east of Cairo has a number of beach resorts. This is the perfect hangout for beach lovers.
  • Assiut:in south of Egypt has historic buildings from the time of the pharaohs and ancient mosques.
  • Hurghada and El Gouna resort on the Red Sea Coast, 25 km from Hurghada International Airport, are both famous for their beaches, snorkeling and diving and El Gouna is famous for its nightlife.
  • Cruises are offered along the Nile ranging from short tours between Luxor and Aswan to longer cruises that include the northern town of Dendera.



  • Many cruises are aboard a larger vessel that functions as a floating hotel. Other Nile trips can be on a felucca, a traditional sailboat, on which overnight journeys may require passengers to sleep in the open air on deck and the sailors to double as cooks.
  • Between October and mid April the daytime temperatures are cooler and the Nile’s locks are open. From around the middle of April locks on the river are closed in order to manage water levels, requiring passengers to disembark on one side of the lock and transfer to another boat on the other side.
  • ASWAN; Egypt most tranquil town, set upon the slopes of the Nile. Backed by orange-hued dunes. You can take the river ferry across the elephantine island and stroll through the colorful streets of the Nubian villages. Ride a Carmel to the desert monastery of St Simeon of the East Bank.
  • EGYPTIAN MUSEUM; A treasure trove of the pharaonic world, the museum in Cairo is one the world’s greatest museum collections. This museum houses all the fascinating royal mummies’ exhibit. It’s the home of the golden pharaoh Tutankhamen.
  • The white desert, Egypt is blessed with the natural wonder of the white desert. Where you see the unbelievable surreally chalk mountains which created what looks like a snowy land of wonders.
  • ALEXANDRIA; the most European of all Egypt cities, founded the Alexandra the great, home of Cleopatra and the bubble life of the Mediterranean which was more or less the doing of Antony.
  • ABYDOS TEMPLE; in this dusty town of Abdos lies the temple of Osiris. One of the most fascinating artistic treasures. Its huge columns and walls covered in beautiful hieroglyphics and intricate paintings.


With sand- covered tombs, austere of pyramids and the magnificent temples of the old kings Pharaoh, Egypt brings out the explorer in all of us.


Visit Egypt, experience the beauty of the past interwoven with present. Middle East a bridge ,linking the world.





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It is no doubt the pandemic is a hard one especially on lovers of adventures and vacations. However, as the lockdown gradually eases off and many health team try to find a cure to COVID-19, it is time to sketch your bucket list of where to travel especially locally once things get better.

We have decided to help you with a travel- friendly list especially if you currently reside in West Africa, is stucked there (because of the ban on international flights) or will be visiting West Africa. Here goes the list.

Countries you can travel to from West Africa includes:


Known for its colourful cultural wears and music and ranked Africa most peaceful country, Ghana is indeed a nice place to visit and enjoy a vacation in, especially in it’s capital, Accra.

Ghana weather is on the hot side. It can also get pretty hot, reaching about 30°C or 86°F, on most days. The heat is tempered by the cool breezes blowing in from the Atlantic Ocean.

They speak English as an unifying language. Two of the most widespread native languages are the Twi language of the Ashanti people – which is spoken in the southern and central regions – and the Dagbani language of the Dagomba people – more commonly spoken by people in areas to the north.

Ghanian food is a mix of indigenous flavours and outside influences – like European and Indian. You will find tomato-based stews with complex flavours throughout Ghana. The stews usually contain a type of marine or freshwater fish and are eaten with a dough, which is used to scoop up the fish and soak up the fragrant sauce. The dough – sometimes called fufu or akple – is made from any type of starch including cassava, plantain, yam, maize, millet, sorghum, potatoes or cocoyams. Another staple of Ghanaian cuisine is jollof rice: a one-pot rice dish that includes a variety of Ghanaian spices with tomatoes and chili. Peanuts are often used to flavour stews and garnish dishes. You will be sure to find taro leaves and okra in many of their dishes.

Considering trying Ghana for a vacation after the pandemic? Yes! Though ensure you have yourself a Kente cloth (a fabric worn by Ashanti royalty) while leaving. Also remember to change your money to cedi since this is the currency used in Ghana.



Wow! Now, this country, also known as “Rainbow Nation”, is known worldwide for their skills in sports including rugby, cricket, golf and soccer. They have about twelve tourist centres you don’t want to miss out either. You should also note that South Africa is the 24th-largest country in the world. That will help you when you feel you have exhausted all the places to visit while there.

South Africa has a generally temperate climate being surrounded by the Atlantic and Indian Oceans on three sides and is home to the oldest meteor scar in the world – the Vredefort Dome in a town called Parys. It is known for the winds.

At least thirty-five languages indigenous to South Africa are spoken in the Republic, ten of which are official languages of South Africa: Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swati, Tsonga, Tswana, Venḓa, Xhosa, Zulu and Afrikaans.The most common language spoken as a first language by South Africans is Zulu (23 percent), followed by Xhosa (16 percent), and Afrikaans (14 percent). English is the fourth most common first language in the country (9.6%), but is understood in most urban areas and is the dominant language in government and the media. So be sure to keep your English language skills handy.

Don’t leave South Africa without eating their special meals: biltong & droewors, boerewors, malva pudding, chakalaka & pap, braai/shisa nyama, bunny chow, bobotie and melktert. South Africans enjoy not only beef, but mutton, goat, chicken and other meats as a centerpiece of a meal incase you are meatatarian. On weekends, many South African families have a “braai,” and the meal usually consists of “pap and vleis”, which is maize meal and grilled meat.

The South Africa currency is rands which is equivalent to 0.060 USD.



Ethiopia is a landlocked country on the Horn of Africa, in the east of the continent. It is bordered by Djibouti, Eritrea, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, and Somaliland (Somalia). Ethiopia covers Simien Mountains. There is a list things to do there and places to visit like the Rock-Hewn Churches of Lalibela, The Holy City of Harar, Gondar, The Blue Nile Falls, Addis Ababa and The Aksum.

Ethiopia enjoys a mild climate, with average temperatures below 20°C in the highlands. This number can rise past 30°C on the lowland fringes of eastern, southern and western Ethiopia. Generally the best time to visit is between October and June, when it is the dry season.

However, Amharic is the “working language” in Ethiopia together with Oromo, which is one of the two most widely spoken languages in the country though English is the most widely spoken foreign language.

Ethiopian cuisine (Amharic: የኢትዮጵያ ምግብ) characteristically consists of vegetable and often very spicy meat dishes. A typical dish consists of injera accompanied by a spicy stew, which frequently includes beef, lamb, vegetables and various types of legumes, such as lentils which are not only healthy and nutritious, but is also a great way to expose children (if you are visiting with your kids) to new flavors and teach them about other parts of the world at the same time.

Be sure to change your money to Ethopian Birr (ETB) in any Ethiopian bank while visiting. It is a plus to know their currency is known to be very strong.

A little extra tips…

While in Ethiopia, you might want to check out:

  • The Omo Valley and the ancient coffee ceremony to magnificent rock-hewn churches and the Queen of Sheba’s legacy.
  • Marvel at the rock-hewn churches of Lalibela.
  • Feel the heat at the Danakil Depression.
  • Be on top of the world at Semien Mountains National Park.
  • Feed hyenas at the historic town of Harar Jegol.
  • Travel back in time at Lake Tana monasteries.
  • Immerse in nature at Bale Mountains National Park.



If you are a humanitarian and love to know people of diverse culture irrespective of socio-economic background and share your life with them, Togo might be a perfect place to visit.

Togo is a sliver piece of land which finds itself hidden on the topographical map between the countries Ghana, Burkina Faso and Benin.  In West Africa, Togo stands to be one of the prominent tourist destinations with quite a variety of tourist attractions to offer to its visitors. It offers some extra-ordinary and interesting sites: Togo has great beaches, scenic spots and busy markets to make any holiday a memorable one.

It’s climate is generally tropical with average temperatures ranging from 27.5 °C (81.5 °F) on the coast to about 30 °C (86 °F) in the northernmost regions, with a dry climate and characteristics of a tropical savanna.

Togo is a multilingual country, which according to one count has 44 languages spoken though the official language is French. Two indigenous languages were designated politically as national languages in 1975: Ewé (Ewe: Èʋegbe) and Kabiyé.

The national dish in Togo is Fufu – ball of cassava served with soup. Other dishes are often staple foods including maize, rice, millet, cassava, yam, plantain and beans. Maize is the most commonly consumed food in the Togolese Republic. Fish is a significant source of protein, and bush meat is often hunted and consumed.


The currency of the Togolese is West African CFA franc.


This North African country is mostly visited by tourists to see the famed Sahara Desert. Other places they want to see may include: Hassan II Mosque, Mint Tea and Pastries, Majorelle Garden, The Islamic Architecture, Todgha Gorge and The Tagine.

The best time to visit Morocco is during spring (mid-March to May) or fall (September to October). The weather is warm but pleasant, unlike the cold temperatures and snow of winter, or the scorching heat of summer. The coastal regions can be visited year-round.

In Morocco there are two official languages, Arabic and Amazigh, which are spoken in the streets and villages of Morocco. Classical Arabic, more commonly known as Literary Arabic, is the administrative language of the country. Generally speaking, you will hear Moroccan Arabic spoken in the streets. However, 18.3 % of Moroccans speak English -English is the second most spoken foreign language in Morocco, according to the most recent data disclosed by High Commission for Planning.



You can say “As-salaam Alaykum” (literally) “Peace be with you” as a form of greeting to a Moroccan, interchangeable for “hello”  and “Walaykum As-salaam” is the response. Meanwhile, “Sbah l’kheir” means “good morning”.

The main Moroccan dish most people are familiar with is couscous. Beef is the most commonly eaten red meat in Morocco, usually eaten in a tagine with a wide selection of vegetables. Chicken is also very commonly used in tagines or roasted. They also use additional ingredients such as plums, boiled eggs, and lemon.

The best currency to use in Morocco is Dirham, denoted as MAD or Dhs. It’s preferable when you go out pay in Dirham currency. The Moroccan currency is the Dirham. £1 sterling is approximately 13 Morrocan Dirhams.

I hope you enjoy your stay in these countries. Bon voyage!

Compiled by: Chisom Juliet Obi

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It is easy to assume that many people know of the country called Malaysia. The Asian country stands out in many regards and ranks very high in terms of diversity. It is a country defined by a blend of ethnicities, religions, customs, and by extension cuisines. The country is geographically diverse, too, being made up of large islands, tropical rainforests, and the fertile highlands. Furthermore, Malaysia is made up of two major landmasses – East Malaysia, situated across the South China Sea within the Borneo Island and West Malaysia, located along the entire southern part of a peninsula shared with Thailand.

Putting into perspective the natural attraction sites, cultures, history, and many factors, we make a list of the TOP 7 PLACES/SITES TO VISIT IN MALAYSIA.



This is one of the oldest destinations of attraction in Malaysia. It comes with a gentle atmosphere, an escape from the heat the lowlands are known for. It is located within the Titwangsa Mountains and is a beautiful tableland with a touch of English garden lure. The area is the major flower and tea producer in Malaysia.

Top attraction sites and fun activities in the Cameron Highlands:

  • Tea plantations, forests, lakes.
  • Time Gallery; a museum that throws more light into the development, history, and people from the region.
  • Brinchang and Tana Rata; the most popular and historic towns.
  • Honey bee farms, vegetable farms, and fruit orchards.
  • Mount Brinchang; one of the most outstanding mountains of the Camerons, offering impressive views.
  • Mossy Forest

While in the Camerons, you can take a car drive to the mount, partake in the wildlife recreation, or take a boardwalk across the standing plants and trees.



This Island of Penang is a well-known destination for tourists and visitors. It is located within the Strait of Malacca off the northwestern coast of the western part of Malaysia. It is known for its list of colorful cultures, which is attributed to the location around the busiest shipping routes around. It is popularly known as the food capital of the country.

Top attraction sites and interesting activities to do in Penang

  • George Town; a historically diverse location and the capital of the island
  • Botanic gardens.
  • Bird Sanctuary
  • White Beaches
  • Butterfly Park
  • Jerejak Island (which was a prison and leper colony)
  • Temple of Supreme Bliss



Across the entire Borneo Island, Kuching is the largest city. It is a well-known destination because it is a nice base for combing the state of Sarawak and Borneo’s rainforest. There are a lot of remarkable sites that would be of interest to visitors and tourists.

Some of these top attractions sites in Kuching are:

  • Astana Palace and Fort Margherita; historic landmarks,
  • DUN complex; a classic structure
  • Sarawak River
  • Main Bazzar; the oldest street in Kuching.
  • Planetrium
  • Picturesque



The Taman Negra stretches across three states along the northern part of West Malaysia. It is known as one of the oldest tropical rainforests that can be seen anywhere in the world. Also, it is a known popular destination for adventure and ecotourism. Taman Negra is a national park that bubbles with wildlife. Some of this wildlife range from Malayan Tiger (rare species), Asian elephants, Sumatran Rhinoceros, and exotic birds.

Some of the top activities to do in Taman Negra, Malaysia includes; canopy walk, hiking, fishing, jungle hikes, climbing the Teresek Hill. You can well as use the guided night safaris to see nocturnal animals like leopards, owls, water dragons, and cats.



This is the capital city of Malaysia and was created about two hundred years ago. The city was calm and bare, but today, it is full of life and activities and is the largest metropolitan city in the country. KL, as the natives call it, is a melting pot of culture. It is also known for the high-rise buildings, exotic shopping centers, and exciting nightlife. The diversity of the cuisine options are admirable too.

Top sites of attraction in Kuala Lumpur include;

  • British colonial buildings
  • Petronas Twin Towers
  • And many others.



This particular site is known for its outstanding formation of karst limestone as well as the unique cave systems. Coming to this park, you will get to see for yourself why it is known as one of the most glamorous sites in the entire country. In it are some of the largest cave systems in the world. Some of these include:

Sarawak Chamber, which is one of the most extended cave chambers in the world. It is so large that it can contain up to 40 Boeing 747 aircraft. Furthermore, the park is located along the sparkling rivers, rainforest, deep ravines, and rugged mountains. Owing to the Gunung Mulu Park location, the most efficient mode of transportation to this place is by air, through the Mulu Airport.


The Langkawi is situated off the northwestern coast of Malaysia within the sea of Andaman. It is an archipelago of 99 islands.

Some of the top beautiful sites in Langkawi include:

  • Beaches, rainforest, forest-clad mountains and mangroves
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Limestone cliffs
  • Furthermore, Langkawi allows tourists to witness the natural beauty of the archipelago.


In conclusion, Malaysia is a unique country with a deep sense of diversity. The rich culture, lush scenery, exotic cuisines, and outgoing natives should be enough reasons for you to make a trip to this beautiful Asian.

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