Malaysian had a wonderful time in Turkey before pandemic

A hot air balloon ride is a must at Cappadocia. — Photos: DORAI NARAYANA

I have travelled to many countries for holidays and for work, and each place has its own charm. But one that really captured my heart was Turkey. The history, culture, landscape, and exotic attractions were a real treat for us tourists.

Turkey straddles both Asia and Europe, and has always been the crossroads of major trade routes, as well as the site of major events in history. It is no wonder then that there are tons of impressive historical sites here.

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