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Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand are called 'Four New Asian Tigers', states whose economies are developing very rapidly in recent years. It is possible to talk about Malaysia infinitely long time – the state is big and task to visit all sites is very difficult. However, we try to do it, because the capital Kuala Lumpur is a powerful transport hub and the main crossroad on the way to Southeast Asia and Australia, and we visit it regularly. During each trip we try to see something new, to travel the country, so it will definitely more our stories about it.

• Kuala Lumpur
Penang Island
• Perhentian Islands
• Borneo Island, Sabah State
• Layang Layang atoll

Let's go!


2023 Malaysia and Indonesia: Part 2. Raja Ampat
2023 Malaysia and Indonesia: Part 1. Malaysia
Kinabalu National Park & Poring Hot Springs. Borneo, Malaysia. May 5, 2016
Proboscis Monkey & Fireflies Tour, Klias river, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia. May 4, 2016
Hunting for hammerhead shark. Layang Layang atoll, Malaysia. May 2016
Layang Layang Island, Malaysia 2011 (by dr. Amit Kakar)


Dive Logbook 2 (April-May-August 2013). Authors: Oleg Lopatko and Svetlana Lopatko. Personal dive logbook of Oleg Lopatko - hand-written version with photos. This book about divings in Malaysia on islands: Perhentian, Mabul, Kapalai, Sipadan; also about divings in Kyrgyz Republic on Issyk-Kul lake (Tossor cape).


201701 George Town, Pinang Island
20160505 Views to MT Kinabalu and around, Sabah, Borneo
20160505 Poring Hot Springs, Sabah, Borneo
20160505 Botanic Garden Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo
20160505 Rainforest Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo
20160505 Kinabalu Park-Base camp, Sabah, Borneo
20160505 Road to MT Kinabalu, Pekan Nabalu, Sabah, Borneo
20160504 Proboscis Monkey & Fireflies Tour, Klias river, Borneo
20160504-07 beach hotel Nexus Resort, Borneo
20160424-0503 Layang Layang atoll
20130509-14 Sipadan Island (diving), Eastern Borneo
20130503-14 Mabul & Kapalai Islands (land), Eastern Borneo
20130503-08 Mabul & Kapalai Islands (diving), Eastern Borneo
20130421-0501 Perhentian Islands

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