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    Colonial Charmer

    The islands of Penang and Langkawi are Peninsula Malaysia’s northern gems, perfect for leisurely getaways or cultural excursions. 

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan

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    Marvels of Malaysia

    Malaysia welcomes almost 25 million tourists annually, and for good reason – this colourful, multi-cultural and multi-religious nation is a multi-faceted gem that lures as much with its quiet graces and natural attractions as its wild, crazy ones. Whatever your idea of a fantastic holiday may be, rest assured, it shall be delivered as the country celebrates Visit Malaysia Year 2014.

    Words: Efi Eqbal

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    Year of Eating Hearty

    Hundreds of new foodie adventures await you in the New Year. From feasting in the sky to dining in the dark, let 2014 tease, tempt and titillate your taste buds. 

    Words: R. Rajendra

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    Palawan: The Last Frontier

    Between Borneo and Manila, there is an archipelago with a biodiversity that is virtually unmatched, both underwater and above. Robinson Crusoe would feel right at home here on this final frontier called Palawan. With a kayak, snorkel and hiking shoes, I cross this boundary and enter paradise. 

    Words and Photography: Daan Vermeer

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  • Residue series

    Marcel Heijnen

    Singapore-based Dutch artist Marcel Heijnen sees beauty in walls. This visual artist tells Travel 3Sixty° about his latest series of photographs titled Residue, which uses a clever technique to capture images of buildings and the textural beauty of otherwise ordinary walls. 

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan

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    Red, Green or White

    Find out why colour vision is crucial for aviators, and if colour-blindness disquali­es all aspiring pilots.

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    On The Dragon’s Back

    Despite Guilin having its world renowned karst formation and spectacular scenes of the Li River, further away, a manmade marvel called the Longji terraces that has survived for thousands of years stand testament to man’s ingenuity in taming his environment.

    Words: R. Rajendra     Images:  Adam Lee &  Guilin Longji Tourism

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