If you are wondering why Alor Island should be your next scuba diving destination, I will share with you the information based on my recent trip there in September 2017. First of all, Alor Island is located in the east of Nusa Tenggara, just after the island of Flores in Indonesia. And second, Alor is one of those places that not many people have explored, making this one of truly raw destinations in the world for scuba diving.
It is just early January and the Japan Travel Fair 2018 is the first travel fair in Malaysia to take place this year. Held from 11-14 January and at The Starling Mall in Petaling Jaya, this mini fair is all out to promote the various destinations in Japan. What Promotions Are Available At Japan Travel Fair 2018? The objective of the Japan travel fair is purely to get more awareness to the consumers, namely those living in the suburban areas of Petaling Jaya and its surroundings.
Over the years, there has only been the Malaysia International Dive Exhibition or MIDE which is held mid year in Kuala Lumpur. This was the only Malaysian scuba diving expo to be held for years, and as of 2018, another international player has emerged to bring the popular Dive Resort Travel Expo to Malaysia. When choices are offered, it tends to keep the game up for the exhibition organizers, and many are waiting to see what DRT has to offer.
Have you ever been to a pink colored beach? Truly a natural phenomenon, and you can do so with a little traveling from Bali, #Indonesia. One of the closest pink beaches in Southeast Asia is found at the island of Komodo, at the Komodo National Park in Eas… https://t.co/wRNyFn9yvf
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