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Old 11-20-2016, 09:38 AM   #1
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I returned from a trip to Thailand and Malaysia about a month ago. I picked Malaysia because i didn't know much about it. I spent two days in Kuala Lumpur then flew to Borneo. It is a good place for eco-tourism. I used the city of Kuching as my base city. I booked several tours through the same company to visit some of the national parks. Here are some of the YouTube videos of my pictures.

Kuching and Bako National park
https://youtu.be/TGs91DV_SzY?list=PL...RHOsbaTj_PrzDn

Mulu Caves National Park - UNESCO World Heritage area
https://youtu.be/fOcals7myhs?list=PL...RHOsbaTj_PrzDn

Malaysia is a fascinating country with an interesting history.

Afterwards I returned to Thailand and spent time on Koh Samui, an island in southern Thailand, Pattaya (to visit a friend), and then to the Ayuthaya area outside Bangkok with some fascinating temples.
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Wow, those are awesome photos and it sounds like a fascinating trip. Thank you for sharing.
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Thank you for sharing. Wow, amazing nature. Looks like wonderful trip.
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