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  • About the country

    A Democratic nation with a population of over 10 million people, the Dominican Republic has a territory stretching 48,442 square kilometers (18,704 square miles). That’s just over twice the size of New Jersey, or nearly the size of Costa Rica. Its coveted shores face the Caribbean Sea in the south, and the Atlantic Ocean in the north. As of 2018, 6,6 million overnight visitors and more than 982.329 cruise passengers make their way to the Dominican Republic every year. Quisqueya, as Dominicans …
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  • Beaches in the Dominican Republic

    White sand beaches that seem to endlessly run into the horizon, punctuated with slim coconut trees reaching the skies: it’s what the Dominican Republic is best known for. South to east, and north, you will keep busy finding your favorite plot of sand along our 1,600-kilometer (1,000-mile) sandy coastline. Over 200 beaches—many of which remain uncrowded and undeveloped—line the Caribbean and the Atlantic coastlines, ranging from a brilliant white to a handful of black sand stretching southwest. V…
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  • Golf

    At the World Golf Awards 2015, Malaysia was honored for the second time in a row: The country was awarded the title of “Asia’s Best Golf Destination 2015”. Brilliant swings from everywhere “We are very proud of getting this important award for the second consecutive year. Just like the country itself, Malaysia’s golf culture stands for diversity. I would like to invite every golfer to explore our country through golfing. Be it in airy heights or in the deepest jungle, enjoy a good shot in…
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  • Icon Sights in Dominican Republic

    Known as the cradle of the Americas, the Dominican Republic is full of iconic sights across its cities and provinces. Visit world-famous beaches—such as Playa Rincón, in Samaná. Walk through the first buildings and monuments in the Americas lining the streets of Santo Domingo’s Colonial City. Hike the ruins of La Isabela, in Puerto Plata province, where Columbus built his first and only home on land in the Americas, perched on a cliff overlooking the sea. Hike the DR’s sole UNESCO Biosphere in t…
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  • Kuala Lumpur

    Fashion and style connoisseurs love to visit Malaysia’s metropolises for an extensive shopping tour. What’s better than strolling through the innovative boutiques with your best friend, occasionally stopping at a cute little café and ending the day with an exotic cocktail at a beach bar or partying at a club? #shoppingmadness The most popular city for shipping and one of Asia’s hotspots definitely is the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur (KL). Catwalk of fashion braves and picnic area for go…
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  • Nature paradise

    Malaysia is a nature paradise and a trip to one of the many national parks represents a climax in any holiday spent in this beautiful country. Besides dream beaches and the booming metropolis of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia offers a unique wildlife. Malaysia’s marked rain forest region with its pristine jungle spans 3.8 million hectare. A densely meshed network of reserves is covering the whole country and takes care of its living and blooming treasures. Few other Asian countries have their national p…
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  • Travel Destination Malaysia

    Right into the heart Malaysia is situated in the heart of Southeast Asia, between the equator and the seventh latitude. 40% of its state territory lie on the 750 km long Malaysian Peninsula (Western Malaysia), which stretches right up to the equator, 60% lie in the north of Borneo (Eastern Malaysia). Both landmasses are separated by the South China Sea. In the North, Malaysia borders on Thailand, in the South, the Peninsula is adjacent to Singapore. Sabah and Sarawak, two Malaysian states situ…
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  • Watersports and Golf

    A top Caribbean destination for wind sports, the DR is ground zero for surfing, kitesurfing, and windsurfing. Whether novice or expert, there’s a Dominican coastline ideal for your preferred activity. Cabarete’s steady trade winds have earned the beach town its professional kitesurfing reputation, active with certified schools and instructors. Daytime surfing is followed by nightly entertainment to soothe the muscles. Kite Beach attracts the experts, who are a joy to watch. Surfers of all levels…
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