William Hd Holiday Guide

Sandakan

Once known as ‘Little Hong Kong’, Sandakan is the second largest city in Sabah today. This city served as the capital of British North Borneo back in 1880s to 1940s. Sandakan largest town in Sabah It was then the largest town in Sabah due to

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Pulau Layang-Layang

Malaysia has some of the most beautiful islands in the world. If you are looking for a place to unwind where you can enjoy the sun and sea, you can head to many of these islands which are around the country. Pulau Layang-Layang a great

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Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is located at the western region of Sabah and is the most important administrative center in the East Malaysian state. It is the capital of Sabah where it houses the main transportation gateway for domestic and international flights through the Kota Kinabalu International

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Sabah

The east Malaysian state of Sabah welcomes millions of tourists each year, hence it is common that one would be able to find a wide range of budget accommodations here catered to the backpackers, business travellers as well those who are here for vacation. The

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Pulau Pinang

Penang is a state at the north of the Peninsular by the west coast. It is made up predominantly of an island and some parts of the mainland in Seberang Prai which was formerly known as Province Wellesley. Known as the ‘food paradise’ of the

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Perlis Indera Kayangan

Perlis is the smallest and northernest state in the Peninsular Malaysia. It is the last state from the country before heading out to Southern Thailand. The state houses more than 210,000 in population with Arau as its Royal Seat while the capital is in the

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Taiping

Taiping, reputed as one of the wettest towns in Peninsular Malaysia literally means ‘great peace’. With an average rainfall of 4,000 mm, visitors and tourists can find a large collection of beautiful flora and rain trees in the panoramic Taiping Lake Gardens. This second largest

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Perak Darul Ridzuan

Perak, is located at the northern corridor of Peninsular Malaysia and is the fourth largest state in the whole Malaysia after Sarawak, Sabah and Pahang. It is one of the most frequented travel destination in the country due to its sereneness and vibrant landscapes. Its

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Kuantan

Kuantan situated along Kuantan River and facing South China Sea is the state capital of Pahang. To be exact , the city is situated right between Singapore and Kota Bharu. Reputed as the 9th largest city in the country, it has over 600,000 people with

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Gunung Tahan

All across Malaysia, mountain climbers and jungle trekkers will be able to find some of the most breath-taking places to climb. Along the way of these trails, you will come close to some of the most natural wonders of nature, often close to wildlife and

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