What can Malaysians see, do and eat in El Nido, Palawan?


Jane Austen once wrote that sea breeze is softening and relaxing. It’s healing even, she opined.

On any other day, I might have appreciated the poetry of the Sense And Sensibility novelist. But sitting at the back of a pale pink double sea kayak in the South China Sea, my senses are anything but calm as salty sea air violently whips about.

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