KAPAS island: the golden compromise for snorkeling, trekking or just relaxing.

Dear explorers, Christmas is round the corner and I have finally gotten some time to dedicate a post about Kapas island which is situated on the east coast of Malaysia. East coast map This island is easily reachable by taxi cab from Kuala Terengganu via Marang jetty as shown in the screenshot of the map, …

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Langkawi: one day spent on the waterfalls by facing troubles with the wild monkeys

One day later than the riveting kayaking experience that I described in my previous article, at a good morning time I went for the Temurun waterfalls which are situated in the north-west side of the island, although the way to get there might seem long and juicy I had no rush since after the kayaking …

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Langkawi: a riveting kayaking experience to watching the red eagles at Klim Geopark.

It was a Saturday morning during my stay  on Langkawi when I went to one of my favorite place for a Malay-style break fast with a Roti Telur and a black tea, I sat on table in which on the opposite side there was a Swedish guy Adam, I really didn't think twice to sit …

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A volunteering day among eastern Malaysia poor villages

One day during my journey spent in Malaysia, a local friend who I had just met one day before proposed me to join him for a volunteering activity which consisted of distributing boxes of freshly-prepared food to the poor families residing in Batu Rakit village, which is situated in the region of Terengganu. I didn't …

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