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Considered to be the ‘Venice of the East’ by early European mariners, the Melaka River stretches across a distance of 10 kilometres and winds its way from Dutch Square, cutting across the town of Melaka.
Noteworthy attractions along the river include a series of bridges including the Ghostbridge of Melaka, the Chan Boon Cheng Bridge, the Old Market BridgIn Amsterdam, cyclists are the queens and kings of the city. Most of the country is flat, especially the area around Amsterdam and there’s special lanes everywhere. Cycling in Amsterdam is the most authentic way for any backpackers to see the city. Amsterdam is perfectly set up for cycling.
If you’re a pedestrian, however, always look both sides before crossing the road aGdgdgdNew York, USA
Facts and figures about NY.
Did you know the capital of New York State is not New York City but Albany which has less than 1/80th the population of NYC! Singapore
The Butterfly Garden in Singapore Airport is located in Terminal 3.
It is Tthe world's first Butterfly Garden in an airport. There is a tropical butterfly habitat with a profusion of flowering plants. You can actually get quite close to the butterflies and see about 1,000 tropical butterflies from as many as 40 species
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Tioman Island, also known as Pulau Tioman, is a superb island located on the South East coast of Malaysia.
Tioman has sites for swimming and snorkeling in the ocean. You can experience the beauty of the marine life of the ocean. Tioman has a port and the common ferry transporting firm operates between Tioman Island and Malaysia’s ports.
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Have you tried Spam Musubi? It is the local adaptation to the traditional “sushi” hybrid – made with crunchy SPAM!
In Hawaii, the islanders had concocted a timelessly trendy sushi-licious treat featuring the species canned meat.
Hawaii is the biggest consumer of SPAM of the country, and perhaps even of the world. Hawaiians love the stuff! Try the SPAM verHanoi Vietnam
Situated in the centre of Hanoi close to the French Quarter, Maison Centrale was French built for housing Vietnamese political campaigners for independence and was completed in 1913. These campaigners were captured and usually shackled to the floor where they could easily be beaten by guards. Vietnamese prisoners were also executed here by use of a guillotinMadrid, Spain
The Collection of art in the Museo del Prado constitutes some of the best tourism Spain has to offer. Serious art lovers should leave themselves a day or two in order to really enjoy the museum.
A 2007 expansion has made the famed museum easier to navigate. With more than 7,000 works of art representing culture and history from the 12th century to the earlPulau Besar island near Malaka, Malaysia
This island is best known for its ancient Islamic graves, tombs and mausoleums which are scattered around the island. There was an attempt in the 1990s/2000s to create a tourist resort. The resort, was built with a 750 seater ballroom among its many facilities but unfortunately it closed down after only a few years of operation anSingapore Infinity Pool
The infinity pool on the 57th floor, the highlight of the Marina Bay Sands really is a sight to behold. It’s 150m long, and offers a wonderful city backdrop to your swim. How about enjoying your Singapore Sling from a nearby sunbed.
It stretches longer than the Eiffer tower laid down, with an impressive Galena, Illinois, USA
Look at the cute trolley.
This trolley tour is an excellent introduction to Galena and the historic buildings in a beautiful town.
Anyone interested in history will love this tour during the day and anyone likes ghost stories may take the ghost tour in the evening, you can listen to ghost stories and legends.
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A gorgeous little museum showing some of the works of Rubens and his contemporaries. The house is a well preserved gem tucked into the city. Very informative and atmospheric as you move from tiny room to tiny room admiring some amazing art. Enter and you're transported in time. Some art work but mostly very well preserved original houFerrari World Abu Dhabi, UAE
Formula Rossa - 240km/h in 4.9s!Thai eating etiquette
Don’t eat all the food on your plate – While this may seem weird, and even wasteful to some, you shouldn’t eat all of the food in your plate. Doing so insults the host. It gives them the message that they didn’t feed you enough.