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      malaysia

      The Malaysia islands look no less than shining gemstones, and the experiences they offer only make them a desirable destination for any type of holiday. Be it romancing

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      One of Malaysia’s most popular beach destinations, Langkawi Island is home to exciting nightlife, stunning landscapes, expansive parks, iconic & historical structures, pristine golden beaches, and a lot more. The archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea is often called the Jewel of Kedah for its rich tourism and an array of exciting places to visit in Langkawi.

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      Sri Lanka a.k.a the Pearl of the Indian Ocean hides a vacation that one tends to remember throughout their lifetime. From exquisite beaches and historic ruins to exotic wildlife and lush green tea plantations, Sri Lanka is a destination like no other. Read more

      Tangalle, the destination in Sri Lanka that makes the summers feel like the best season of the year, is a gigantic beach resort of the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. The wide open spaces and the tranquil, pristine beaches of Tangalle makes this a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Read more

      The Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka, is a destination that welcomes travelers with arms wide open and blankets something to do for anyone and everyone. With mystical waterfalls, pristine beaches, fragrant plantations, and exotic wildlife covering the floors of this destination, Sri Lanka has emerged as one of the most popular choices for a holiday among travelers. Read more

      Looking for a place that would not only help you have an amazing vacation but also make it possible to get closer to the marvels of mother nature? If yes, Sri Lanka is without a doubt your answer. One of the popular districts of Sri Lanka is Badulla sitting in the Uva Province of Sri Lanka. Read more

      Home to some of the most stunning and breathtakingly beautiful natural and man-made marvels, Sri Lanka is nothing less than paradise on earth for photographers. Home to many towns and cities, Sri Lanka is a destination that is known for its historic ruins, fragrant tea plantations, toy train, and stunning natural wonders. Read more

      From pristine beaches and lush green jungles to fragrant tea plantations and toy trains, there are some of the most fascinating places to visit in Sri Lanka that makes this island nation one of its kind. Also known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, this island nation is home to some amazing towns and cities, with each of them reeking of a characteristic of its own. Read more

      Sri Lanka, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, is a destination that is known for its beaches, temples, timeless ruins, tea plantations, and magnificent elephants. Offering something to do for anyone and everyone, Sri Lanka is home to hundreds of districts, provinces, towns, and cities. Read more

      Earning itself a space in the itineraries of almost all those travelers, Pinnawala is home to the magical creatures of wildlife, the elephants. Sitting near the capital city of Colombo, Pinnawala is known for its Elephant orphanage that is one of the cutest things that one has ever witnessed. Read more

      Blanketing a myriad of lagoons, rivers, and swamps, Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte or Kotte is well-connected with the other parts of the nation by virtue of urbanization that led to bringing in the railways, buses, and other modes of transportation. Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte is exactly where the Parliament of Sri Lanka sits, which makes it one of the most important political destination for the nation. Read more

      'Punsada paaya Moratuwa dillenna' the famous theme song that is capable to teleport locals and travelers amidst the Dutch architecture and vast water bodies describes the town of Moratuwa the best. Famous for its places of worship, musicians, and notable cricket players, Moratuwa looks nothing less than heaven on earth when rain pours down. Read more

      Settled in the vicinity of the Colombo which is the capital city of Sri Lanka, Moratuwa is considered to be one of the finest cities. Located in the suburbs of Colombo, this is a place which one cannot afford to miss. Quite an easy to reach location if someone is passing by the Galle-Colombo highway which is located at the southwestern coast of the country. Read more

      One of the most famous and most attractive beach destinations is located in Sri Lanka and is named Mirissa. Sitting in the southern region, Mirissa boasts about some of the most beautiful beaches, amazing surf waves, whale watching, some impeccable bars and restaurants, and laid-back vibes. Read more

      Sri Lanka, a.k.a the Pearl of the Indian Ocean exhibits a fine amalgamation of natural wonders, historic ruins, and man made marvels. This destination is capable of leaving every traveler in awe with its alluring beauty and charming vibes. Read more

      Sri Lanka, the land of fragrant tea plantations, historic ruins, exciting toy trains, deeply rooted history, massive elephants, and peaceful beaches is home to the urban city of Gampaha. Gampaha is the sixth-largest urban city of Sri Lanka is sitting on the north-east of Colombo, the capital city of the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. Read more

      The Pearl of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is a land that reeks of royal history, vibrant culture, and Dutch architecture, making anyone fall in love with the nation. The pristine beaches, enigmatic surfing waves, fragrant tea plantations, and drool-worthy food of this nation is what makes Sri Lanka one of its kind. Read more

      While Malaysia is a land of beautiful wonders, there are many other places beyond Kuala Lumpur which makes this country worth a visit. Tucked away from all the hustle-bustle, Miri is the second-largest city in Sarawak having a population close to a quarter of million. But this was until 1910 when it was the first time the oil was drilled and this place more than just a fishing village. Read more