• Visiting The Batu Caves- Kuala Lumpur

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    Visiting The Batu Caves- Kuala Lumpur
    You cannot go to Kuala Lumpur and leave without visiting the Batu Caves. Found just outside the city center in the suburb of Selangor, the Batu caves are one of the biggest tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.    What are the Batu Caves? Rising hundreds of metres above the ground, the monument is basically a series of caves and cave temples that were...
  • Waterfalls in Bali you have to Visit

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    Waterfalls in Bali you have to Visit
    There are quite a few things that Bali is well-known for. Beautiful rice terraces, thrilling surf conditions, world-class diving spots, the very “Instagrammable” swings, and, of course, breathtaking waterfalls. Bali is the perfect adventure travel destination. If you’re planning a trip here, the Bali waterfalls should be on your radar. 
  • Paradise Found in Phi Phi Islands

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    Paradise Found in Phi Phi Islands
    Phi Phi Islands – one of the most iconic places to visit in Thailand. If you like the idea of gliding peacefully on a boat through the clear, turquoise waters, between soaring limestone cliffs, then you will love the Phi Phi island tour. You can’t visit Southern Thailand without taking a trip to this breathtaking paradise.    Phi Phi island is the superstar-island of Thailand....
  • The Best Waterfalls in Ubud, Bali

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    The Best Waterfalls in Ubud, Bali
    There are quite a few things that Bali is well-known for. Beautiful rice terraces, thrilling surf conditions, world-class diving spots, the very “Instagrammable” swings, and, of course, breathtaking waterfalls. Bali is the perfect adventure travel destination. If you’re planning a trip here, the Bali waterfalls should be on your radar. So what is the best Ubud waterfall to visit?  
  • Our 6 Favourite Cenotes In The Riviera Maya

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    Our 6 Favourite Cenotes In The Riviera Maya
    A Cenote is a natural sinkhole caused by limestone collapsing. The collapse exposes groundwater beneath making them the perfect place to swim, snorkel or scuba-dive. Most Cenotes are small with tiny openings but other Cenotes are so huge you can actually swim and dive in them. If you are visiting Mexico then visiting a Cenote is a must do activity!
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