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Background & Highlights
Sandwiched between Thailand and the northern fringes of Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore are in an altogether higher economic bracket than the rest of Southeast Asia.
Malaysia comprises the lower half of the Malay peninsular to the south of Thailand, as well as the states of Sarawak and Sabah in the north of Borneo. Singapore is ...
Dive Layang Layang
Layang Layang is a wall diving mecca. The ocean floor drops to an amazing 2000 metres from the edge of the atoll. The combination of deep water and pristine walls attracts big fish galore and amongst Layang Layang's most famous are the Hammerhead sharks.
Liveaboard Diving, Gulf of Thailand
During the southwest monsoon that blows between May and October, the conditions on the Andaman coast become inhospitable for liveaboard diving and some boats redeploy to the Gulf of Thailand side which has an inverse weather pattern.
The Red Ape Trail
The Red Ape trail is a remote trekking route in one of the few remaining orangutan habitats left in Borneo that has been established in cooperation with the Orangutan Foundation.
Mosques in Penang
A state in Malaysia located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca, Penang is home to dozens of Islamic mosques and the culture of Islam, as it does throughout Malaysia, colors every aspect of modern life.