Asia

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur is a historic, cultural and economically thriving capital city of Malaysia. It is one of the top listed tourist destinations in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur has several features to showcase to its visitors.

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Cocos Island

Cocos Islands are small emerging coral spots in the Indian Ocean, North West of Australia and are territories of Australia. Cocos Islands are accessible by air transport thus; visitors often arrive at the Cocos International Airport in West Island of Cocos Islands from Perth, Australia.

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Komodo Island, Indonesia

Komodo Island is the only place to find a long lived giant species believed to have existed even in the pre-historic era of the dinosaurs. If you picture the body of the tiny, cream, lizards you see climbing along the wall of your countryside house, extending to three meters of length and its weight increasing over the fifty kilograms level and with scales all over its body.

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Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Kaohsiung is a large lively sea port city of Taiwan. Kaohsiung was a famous trading center from 1863 after being established as a commercial center by Emperor Tong Zhi. However, thirty two years later, the succeeding leader, Emperor Guang Xu, changed the commercial city into a sea port that was given the title, Kaohsiung in 1920.

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Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesia is a nation whose name is commonly mentioned in the global tourism sector. It has many tourist attractions and rich in heritage. In one of the islands of Indonesia is the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta City.

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Dubai, UAE

Dubai is the most developed and richly commercial port city in the world. It has international business men and tourists visiting the region non-0stop. Its high quality in services and exotic accommodation facilities tops it as the highly significant tourism destination.

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Guangzhou, China

The birth of Guangzhou urban centre is told by the myth of the arrival of five gods inform of goats onto the land that was then suffering from lack of food. The gods provided five corns to the starving people hence resulting into a healthy growing population that created the town they called Goat Town.

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Bhutan

The Kingdom of Bhutan is considered to be one of the most unreachable places in the world. The mountainous terrain makes the existence of roads and highways almost impossible. You won't find railways either.

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Christmas Island

Christmas Island is a small island in the Indian Ocean. It is a region under the governance of Australia so it is a territory of the Australian Island. However, Christmas Island offers a lot when dealing in the tourism sector despite is tiny size.

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