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#54 – The Culture – Malacca, Malaysia (Part 2)

Christ Church Melaka 1753. Malacca was founded by the Last Raja of Singapura (Singapore) aka. Parameswara in the late 1300s-1400s.  Then later came a series of powers which either exchanged hands at Malacca or was a vital ally in which fortifications

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#51 – Mt. Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Mt. Kinabalu (UNESCO World Heritage Site, 2000) is in Kinabalu National Park located on the island of Borneo in the state of Sabah belonging to East Malaysia!  I haven’t ever heard of Mount Kinabalu, nor was I planning to visit

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#41 – Mandalay, Myanmar

Myanmar or Burma as it is commonly known as is the 2nd largest country (by land space) in South East Asia, and the 24th most populous in the world topping 60 million people.  By perspective, Canada’s population rests at 35

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