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Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay

According to local legend this region owes its existence to a dragon protector that magically rose against invaders. Hear the tale as you glide through waters, among more than 1,600 limestone isles and pillars that form the mesmerising seascape of Halong Bay.

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Ishigaki
Ishigaki, Yaeyama Islands

This small provincial town is the main transportation hub for the entire Yaeyama Islands group, offering a major airport and a cruise terminal, plus a good range of shops, restaurants and bars. The island is renowned for its beaches and jungle scenery.

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Keelung
Keelung

Located along the rugged northeast coast, the port city of Keelung is also the centre of Northern Taiwan’s fishing industry. From its Taiwanese aboriginal origins to periods of Spanish, Dutch, Qing Dynasty and Japanese rule, Keelung is steeped in rich history.

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Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur

The Malaysian capital offers great shopping, dining and cultural attractions, plus an interesting mix of modern, traditional and colonial architecture. Apart from the 451-metre Petronas towers, another easily recognized landmark is the Menara Kuala Lumpur which offers spectacular city views. 

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Langkawi
Langkawi

Surrounded by emerald sea, Langkawi has paddy fields, jungle and waterfalls. Learn about local legends, such as the battling giants that created Kuah Town by overturning a pot of curry, and the ancient curse of Mahsuri.

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MacLeod Island
MacLeod Island

Take some time to unwind and recharge in the serene, unspoiled paradise of Myanmar’s MacLeod Island. One of Southeast Asia’s less frequented destinations, the Mergui Archipelago is a vast area off the west coast of Myanmar in the Andaman Sea. It is dotted with more than 800 tropical islands – one of which is MacLeod Island.

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Manila
Manila

A rapidly developing megacity, Manila is as chaotic, loud and energetic as they come. Dive right in to be richly rewarded.

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Miyakojima
Miyakojima, Okinawa

Miyakojima, also known as Miyako Island, is Okinawa’s fourth largest island and known for its lovely beaches and excellent coral reefs. The island’s tropical climate make it a popular year-round destination. The island is densely planted with sugar cane fields.

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Naha
Naha, Okinawa

Once a thriving port city and the prosperous capital of the Ryukyu Kingdom, Naha retains much of its original energy and bustle. Today, the city is the cultural and economic hub of Okinawa, and is also an important transportation hub.

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Penang
Penang

Surrounded by emerald sea, Langkawi has paddy fields, jungle and waterfalls. Learn about local legends, such as the battling giants that created Kuah Town by overturning a pot of curry, and the ancient curse of Mahsuri.

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Phuket
Phuket

Phuket has a rich cultural history, with many Buddhist temples and shrines to visit, plus the glorious architecture of Old Phuket Town. For those who enjoy water sports there is a wide choice of things to do, including yachting, sailing, jet skiing, parasailing and deep sea fishing.

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Subic Bay
Subic Bay

Located on the west coast of Luzon in the Philippines, tranquil Subic Bay is surrounded by rolling mountains and filled with sandy beaches and lush jungles.

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