There’s something strikingly beautiful about the abandoned sites, I invited my fellow travel blogger experts to pick their list of some of these places across the world, let’s have a detour and wonder what it used to be as you tumbling through the shambles.
Here are the top five most popular islands around the city of Kota Kinabalu, where you can get to within two hours. Enjoy some sun, chill out on the beach, go snorkeling, go scuba diving, or enjoy all sorts of fun activities!
A day exploring the Mount Kinabalu & it’s surroundings: the Treetop Canopy Walk, Poring Hot Springs, “Corpse lily”, & Desa Cattle Farm. People say you have to be really lucky to see the silhouette of the sacred mountain and did we?
My pick of the world’s best observatory decks – First, the city has to have a spectacular cityscape. Secondly, the observatory deck has the best angle to offer. Also, it has an iconic landmark with the backdrop of the stunning skyline. Some of the choices are tough – So, guess which one is on top and what is your pick?
This is for the Malaysia first-timers and some info and insider tips that you need to know about the exciting country in Southeast Asia. The food scene, cityscape, religion, culture, history, and more!
A day in Melaka is like traveling around the world within one hot day: The city’s Heritage Trail has a rich history from different countries like Portugal, the Netherlands, Britain, China, and more! Check out some of the city highlights, and a list of must-try local food that you will enjoy.