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TRAVEL GUIDE & ADVICEBus to Malaysia
Buses / coaches into Malaysia (KL / Malacca) run from Brunei, Indonesian Borneo, Singapore and Thailand. Please see the relevant c... moreMalaysia overview
A former British colony, Malaysia, as the rising star of South-East Asia, neighbored with Thailand in the west, Singapore in the S... moreTaiwan Climate
Located in the subtropical climate zone, Taiwan enjoys warm weather all year round. The weather is fluctuated during spring... moreTaiwan Overview
Ilha Formosa – Beautiful Island. This is what a group of Portuguese sailors uttered upon seeing T... more
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Hotel was close to everything, Spanish steps and trevi fountain just 2 mins walking, metro station barberini and termini... morePing An Fu [1 Reviews]
The outlook of the hotel is quite nice, like an old mansion in ancient China while inside is up-to-date decro. Our Room ... moreCarlton Chongqing [1 Reviews]
From airport, it took us more than one hour to the hotel due to the heavy traffic jam. Maybe because it is the first fiv... morePan Pacific Kuala Lumpur [1 Reviews]
May not be the top luxury choice, but the staffs is quite friendly and helpful. The bad side is a little bit far from c... more
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Kowloon is an urban area in Hong Kong, comprising the Kowloon Peninsula and New Kowloon. It is bordered by the Lei Yue Mun strait in the east, Mei Foo Sun Chuen and Stonecutter's Island in the west, Tate's Cairn and Lion Rock in the north, and Victoria Harbour in the south. It had a population of 2,019,533 and a population density of 43,033/km in 2006. Kowloon is located north of Hong Kong Island and south of the mainland part of the New Territories. The peninsula's area is approximately 47 km. Together with Hong Kong Island, it contains 48% of Hong Kong's total population.
The systematic transcription Kau Lung or Kau-lung was often used in derived place names before World War II, for example Kau-lung Bay instead of Kowloon Bay. Other spellings include Kauloong.