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Since Sepang is the city that houses the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, visiting this city by plane is the easiest option for tourists. For international tourists if Sepang is in the agenda it should always either be the first or the last stop. For those travelling to Sepang domestically, the train is an excellent option thanks to the KLIA Ekspres andKLIA Transit high-speed ...
... and not everybody has this. For those still keen on exploring the underwaterworld while staying completely dry, the Maldives offers Whale Submarine Tours. In the safe hands of a state of the art Whale Submarine you can now experience an unbridled adventure without the need of the complicated procedures and training. Heck, you need not even know how to swim! The Maldivian Whale Submarine is the largest passenger submarine in ...
... still like it. Today we're off to Yellow Crane Tower and probably one of the museums in Wuhan. We would've started earlier but Rajiv wanted to check with the concierge about what the tourist attractions are in Wuhan. I ask why as I've told him Yellow Crane Tower, Donghu and the museums. More than enough for the day and a bit we have here. He checks anyway and the concierge, after 15 minutes of Google Translate says, "Yellow Crane Tower, the ...
... of merchants and their expansion of businesses within the country. The city has been one of the major trade and transportation centers in China and today, Wuhan is a great place to enjoy a delightful time on a trip. Visitors can embark on river cruises along the Yangtze River and explore the city for many great sightseeing opportunities with great historical value. If you are looking to learn more about Wuhan's illustrious history, then be sure to ...
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 ...