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One of the farthest and most fascinating places Malaysians should aspire to visit are the Galapagos Islands in South America. Of all the extraordinary native animals, the one that stood out were the giant tortoises. The name “galapago”, is an old Spanish word for tortoise.
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? In today’s geopolitics, it would be the United States who seem to be terrified by the rise of China’s economic and technological power and perceive the country as a “wolfish threat”. But many other nations have a different view. To them, China is the golden goose.
Regardless of how and where we travel, the most important thing we must bring along is an open mind. That way, we will gain the best experiences and memories and can even turn a negative incident into a positive one.
As more tourists make their way to the Caribbean island, many wonder if foreign influences will take over Cuba's cultural heritage.
While the best coffee beans with high yields currently come from Central America and South America, as well as China, Vietnam and Indonesia, Prof Han revealed that coffee’s “mother tree”, the oldest living arabica coffee tree, could still be found in Kaffa.
Visiting a foreign country and trying out the local cuisines is fun, but at times, we do yearn for something familiar.
Is Malaysian food tourism not important enough to be taken seriously? Should the industry not get some much-needed financial boost?