Adventurous Malaysian traveller has a magical time in remote areas

The writer on a Pamiri yak in the Pamir Mountains. These yaks are still used today for transportation. — Photos: ASI MOHAMED

Since childhood, I had crazy ideas of travelling to places which were remote and unexplored, as I was curious about them.

After years of doing research on where to go, I finally narrowed down my choices to three destinations: Spiti Valley in India, Pamir Mountain in Tajikistan and Ruga Tadrart or Tadrart Rogue in Algeria.

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