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Impression of Penang & Penangites

My first impression of Penang is as that i have stepped back in time into historic Singapore, back in the 1970s. Most of its buildings/ shophouses built back in the 1950s/ 1960s are still intact and it is refreshing to … Continue reading

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Moung Agung

Upon arrival at Denpasar Airport at 11pm, we were picked up in a MPV by our friendly English speaking driver Botak to the village at the base of Mount Agung. Along the way, we dropped by a 24-7 convenient store to buy … Continue reading

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Flores Adventure

Day 01 A week before our Flores trip, Mount Rinjani located just across the Straits from Bali erupted and caused flight diversion and Bali airport closure. The situation was not optimistic and we thought that we might have to cancel our … Continue reading

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Mount Belumut and Mount Lambak

Mount Belumut, standing at 1010m,  is the second tallest mountain (after Mount Ophir at 1276 m) in the state of Johor. It is located about 30 Km east of Kluang town. Mount Lambak, standing at 510 m, is a favourite nature hangout … Continue reading

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Mount Ophir

Mount Ophir also known as Gunung Ledang is located in Gunung Ledang National Park. The summit is located between the border of Muar and Melaka. Standing at 1276 m, it is the highest peak in Johor and 64th tallest mountain … Continue reading

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MacRitchie HSBC Tree Top Walk- (From Venus Entrance)

The Tree Top Walk is a  free-standing suspension bridge spanning Bukit Peirce and Bukit Kalang, the two highest points in MacRitchie and offers a bird’s eye view of the surrounding secondary rain-forest and a panoramic view of the nearby Upper … Continue reading

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Lake Toba – Sipisopiso Waterfall – Berastagi – Mount Sibayat

Lake Toba located about 176 km from Medan city is the largest volcanic lake in the world.  It is 100 kilometres long, 30 kilometres wide, and 505 metres at its deepest point. It covers an area of 1,707 sq km … Continue reading

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Bukit Brown

Bukit Brown Cemetery (aka Kopi Sua or Coffee Hill) was officially set up as a public Chinese burial ground on 1 January 1922. It was opened for more than half a century until its closure in 1973. There are about 100,000 … Continue reading

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