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Located in the southern part of the state of Selangor in Malaysia, Sepang is a quaint little town famed above all for the Sepang F1 International Circuit. Below are a few details about this destination
Like the rest of Malaysia, Sepang has a tropical climate where there is no particular season any time of the year. The temperatures are warm falling between 20 to 30 degrees Celsius and the air is ...
Sea Plane tours are perhaps the most popular tours in Maldives for seaplanes in this part of the world is like trains everywhere else. Flying on a sea plane you get a chance to appreciate this archipelago of islands and watch how it majestically ornaments the ocean. With specks of Emerald green on sparkling blue, this is one sight that must not be missed.
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As the sun hides into ...
... the mental driver and then run before they ask for more details. The moped crossed 3-lanes of traffic, 2 of them going in the opposite direction, to get to the lane beside us, where our driving is doing 50 when everyone else is doing 50 (it is somehow possible in China for this to occur), straddling the line between lanes mostly and then quickly darting left or right to gain a few metres. The moped just happened to appear to the left of us ...
... Mao Zedong located on the East Lake bank is another great place that must be visited.
Wuhan is a great place to shop for some amazing things. Two of the best places that you can visit on a shopping spree are Han Zheng Street and the Hanjiang Road. These two roads contain beautiful shops set up in traditional Chinese style buildings. You can simply walk through these streets to admire the architecture and the ...
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 ...