Water Sports and an Adventure Holiday: Langkawi in Malaysia

Water Sports, Adventure Holiday, Langkawi, Malaysia

Sharing its borders with Thailand and Singapore, Peninsular Malaysia now gets lots of tourists by air or road. With nearly 60 per cent of the country being rainforests, it has over 8,000 species of flowering plants including myriad kinds of orchids and many types of palm. With Penang and the attractive Langkawi, it has become a major tourism hub. Pulsating More...

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Luxury Rental Villas in Italy
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, October 9th, 2018
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Luxury Rental Villas in Italy

Wimco Villas enjoys a stellar international reputation for providing the most upscale private rental villas in the Caribbean and Europe. The luxury villas represented by Wimco vary in size and relative closeness More...

Langkawi, Thailand
By Paul Linus On Saturday, October 6th, 2018
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Arriving in Langkawi from Thailand

Visitors to the Malaysia island of Langawi arrive by air, or by boat from mainland Malaysia or the nearest Thai border crossing at Satun. In the current climate of Thailand’s airport closures, some travelers More...

Restaurant Dining Tips- Eating Japanese in Japan
By Paul Linus On Monday, October 1st, 2018
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Restaurant Dining Tips: Eating Japanese in Japan

Visitors to Japan will find it extremely difficult to avoid visiting at least a few of the specialised restaurants available. Though it may seem daunting to visit new eating establishments, especially when a new More...

An Intro to Thai Street Food
By Paul Linus On Thursday, September 27th, 2018
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An Intro to Thai Street Food

Cheap, colorful, and delicious, Thailand’s food vendors and carts offer some of the best eating in the kingdom. Perhaps most importantly, Thailand has a reputation for safe street food, since much of it is More...

Traditional Culture & Performing Art in Cambodia
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, September 25th, 2018
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Traditional Culture & Performing Art in Cambodia

Once performed only for the king and his Court, the ancient Apsara dance bore the brunt of the Khmer Rouge efforts to destroy the past and establish a peasant based Maoist regime. Few artists survived the onslaught More...

The Grand Palace, Bangkok
By Paul Linus On Monday, July 23rd, 2018
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The Grand Palace, Bangkok

Bangkok’s Wats (temples) are what the world thinks of as typically Siamese – pagoda shaped, exotic, lavishly covered in gold, and backed by the sound of ever tinkling of wind-chimes. Wat Pra Kaeo and the More...

Sight-seeing in Bangkok - Lesser Known Sites
By Paul Linus On Sunday, July 22nd, 2018
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Sight-seeing in Bangkok – Lesser Known Sites

The striking red and gold temples that catch the sun and dazzle the eye in Bangkok are Buddhist, but there are Christian churches, Indian temples and Chinese and Japanese temples dotted about Krung Thep, the “City More...

Bangkok River Trip
By Paul Linus On Saturday, July 21st, 2018
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Bangkok River Trip

Bangkok can be a fairly muggy, polluted and oppressive city, with no apparent means of escape. One option that is frequently overlooked is the river. Take a 13 Baht river ferry from central Bangkok and an hour later More...

Driving Tips In Mexico
By Paul Linus On Tuesday, June 26th, 2018
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Driving Tips In Mexico

For the more adventurous tourist who doesn’t want to spend their whole vacation at a resort, renting a car is a good option. It allows you the freedom of mobility you will need to see attractions that most vacationers More...