Why Malaysians should travel in their own country in 2020

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  • Saturday, 04 Jan 2020

Visit a traditional longhouse in Sabah or Sarawak to learn more about the life of the native people there. — Photos: Tourism Malaysia

Deviyah Johti Ravana was determined to start her journey to discover and know more about Malaysia, inspired by her father and grandmother’s trip to learn about their family’s cultural heritage.

Deviyah’s father and grandmother had travelled to India in 2013, where they connected with long-lost relatives.

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