Time flies when you’re having fun, eh? We’re already in the last three months of 2022, and while it feels scary how fast things are moving again, it’s also exciting lớn think of all of the possibilities và exciting holidays 2023 will bring.

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It is often said that the real perk of living in Malaysia is its multi-racial và multicultural society. It has enabled its citizens lớn be really proud of their local cuisine, but also to be entitled to a generous number of public holidays. It’s only fair that all races get equal opportunities to lớn have time off khổng lồ celebrate their important traditions.

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The Dol Hareubang stone statues of Jeju island are carved from the island’s porous volcanic rock. It’s become an iconic fixture of the island in South Korea.

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At this rate, the possibilities are endless – maybe a road trip around the country? At this time of writing, Asian countries such as Hong Kong, japan and Taiwan are gingerly opening their doors again. In a year’s time, we can expect the strict guidelines lớn be quite relaxed. As they are some of the last few in the world to mở cửa their borders again, it’s the perfect time to lớn explore Jeju Island in South Korea or the winter wonderland that is Niseko in Hokkaido, Japan!

Borders opening aside, the best part about getting lớn travel again is having something khổng lồ look forward lớn – even a year in advance! Sometimes, planning a trip can feel more exhilarating than the trip itself. That is definitely a luxury we took for granted previously..

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