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Diving in Malaysia - Sabah

“I have seen other places like Sipadan 45 years ago. Now we have found again an untouched piece of art”. – Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Sabah is unquestionably home to the best and most number of diving sites in Malaysia. 522 more words

Swimming

A Guide to the World's Best Island: Palawan, Philippines

“The water is unbelievable! I’ve never seen anything like this before,” we heard an American woman comment on the El Nido waters. Of course, as Filipinos those were overwhelming to hear not only because we heard them from a foreign person but more so from someone who’s been talking about how she’s been to several places in the world already. 1,883 more words

Little Beach Underwater Fun

Little Beach in Port Stephens, NSW, Australia is a magic marine spot. First of all, it has a great restaurant bar in the Little Beach Boathouse – being a favourite venue for my wife and I to enjoy without the two munchkins. 127 more words

Travel

rekomendasi sewa kapal di labuan bajo

Labuan Bajo mungkin adalah salah satu tempat yang menarik hatiku di Indonesia. Gugusan pulau-pulaunya yang membentang dengan lautnya yang biru cerah membuat hidup di kapal selama tiga hari menjadikan hati dipenuhi kebahagiaan. 1,754 more words

Accomodations

The Travel Diaries: Caye Caulker, Belize

Lonely Planet describe Caye Caulker as follows: –

‘No Shirt, No Shoes…No Problem.’ You’ll see this sign everywhere in Belize, but no place is it more apt than Caye Caulker. 1,220 more words

Travel Diary

This place is absolute paradise.

I’m currently on Caye Caulker (pronounced: key calk-er), an island about 45 minute from Belize City. The motto on the island is ‘Go Slow’ and it is a place you can definitely get trapped in a time warp on. 509 more words

Travel

Honu in Honolua Bay

A local person, or kama’aina, can tell you where to swim with the turtles. The Hawaiian word for turtle is Honu. It’s also the name of a… 499 more words

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