Attractions in Borneo, Malaysia

Attractions in Borneo, Malaysia

Borneo, located in the Indonesian archipelago, is the third largest island in the world – with almost 5,000 km of coastline, most of which are relatively inaccessible due to mangrove swamps and where there are only a few bays. The real scenic attraction of Borneo is its dense jungle… with an incredibly colorful and lively nature, which has a lot to see in both flora and fauna. There are over…

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Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia is a region in Asia that is usually set to include the countries south of China, east of India, and north of Australia. According to Countryaah.com, the region of Southeast Asia includes the following nations: BRUNEI BURMA CAMBODIA PHILIPPINES INDONESIA LAOS MALAYSIA SINGAPORE THAILAND VIETNAM EAST TIMOR Republic of the Philippines The Republic of the Philippines is an island state in Asia, as well as a member of…

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Malaysia Arts and Literature

Malaysia Arts and Literature

Literature, drama and theater The area has a rich traditional folk poetry. In the classical literature there are both Hindu and Islamic elements. Among older texts, the historical 15th-century chronicle “Sejarah Melayu” deserves mention, as do numerous hikayat- stories or stories. The emergence of modern literature is linked to Abdullah bin Abdul Kadir Munshi, especially through his autobiography “Hikayat Abdullah” (1849). In addition to Malay, there are significant poems in…

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Malaysia Sightseeing Places

Malaysia Landmarks

Malaysia climate The equatorial, tropical climate in Malaysia is hot and humid all year round, the temperatures rarely drop below 20 °C even at night and usually climb to over 30 °C during the day. The climate is shaped by the monsoons, but only the east coast of the Malaysia peninsula has a real rainy season between October and April. The wettest season on the west coast of the peninsula…

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