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What to see on Penang
Penang is a resort island opposite Malacca, the most “Chinese” in all of Malaysia. The population here is mixed, but the Chinese are most. Religions are represented by everything: Islam, Buddhism (each national community has its own temples), Hinduism, and Christianity.
Penang tourism is the main source of income, most of the population is engaged in the service sector, so tourists are loved and appreciated here. The island has many beautiful beaches, interesting diving, and the local food is officially recognized as the best in Asia.
The huge temple complex Kek Lok Si Temple, built in 1890-1930. Continue reading
Divorce in Italian, French, Turkish …
I am a supporter of positive thinking.
However, by popular demand, I decided to “highlight” this topic.
There are two polar opinions about cheating tourists:
1) All of them are “bad people.” They want to cash in on visitors (and not necessarily foreigners).
2) It’s my fault.
I am categorically against such a division! The truth, as always, is somewhere in between.
Let’s see together where the “dog rummaged.” Continue reading
Top 7 most underrated and inexpensive countries for curious tourists
If you prefer to relax exclusively in Europe, but have a very modest budget, then you should not change your plans or refuse to travel at all. Passion.ru has chosen several countries with no less rich history and culture than, say, Italy, Germany, France or the Czech Republic, which tourists undeservedly deprive of their attention.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
If you dream not only to admire the numerous monuments of architecture, to taste local delicacies, but also to enjoy stunning picturesque views, having spent at least your budget on all this, then you should visit this small country in southeastern Europe, in which about 4 million people live . And start your journey, perhaps, with Mostar – a unique city located in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where two cultures, European and Asian, coexist wonderfully. Continue reading