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... Pelek via Nilai, KLIA, SalakTinggi and Sepang. The easiest mode of getting to Sepang however is catching a taxi. Other than the airport you can access a taxi from any part of the country and they will take you to exactly where you want to go.
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A quaint little city that has been pimped up by the formula 1 race tracks, Sepang has quite the package of interesting places to see. The biggest highlight ...
... that takes you on an underwater adventure at 120ft below the surface.
Local Island Tours,
Although Maldives is a tiny little island, this destination is etched with plenty of color and tradition which is best showcased at a local island tour. In this tour you will be taken to some of the most rural and unspoiled islands in the country where you can watch locals go about their everyday routine. Watch Maldivians ...
... are none there. I think, as crazy as it seems, that it might be too dangerous for them in the fog. Chairman Mao swam across the Yangtze at this point 12 times and now it is a ritual for boys and men to prove themselves. However, I'm not sure if the Yangtze was as busy when Chairman Mao did it and it's astonishing to watch these people swim around 2km across an incredibly busy shipping channel in waters that, at their peak, can travel at ...
... displayed. Of course, you can definitely find a massive array of items to purchase as gifts, eclectic items and great souvenirs to take back home.
Wuhan is truly a diverse city. Not only does it feature a fascinating history and many attractions to explore, the city is no less fantastic as night falls. If you are a bit of a night owl and would love to know what happens at night in Wuhan, you will find a ...
From Badong dock we took a smaller boat for the 15 km up the Goddess Stream or Shennv Xi, Shennong Stream which flows from goddess Peak at Badong. It is a tributary of the Yangtze and with the dam the water levels have risen between 70-100 metres in depth depending on the season. There are steep cliffs where you can see the high water mark plus some farms which have been cut out of terraces. Up high ...