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    Kuching, Sarawak in Malaysia. I really enjoyed my stay there, part to my friend Adrian who showed me around. The cultural village was very cool but I missed the Orangutang Preserve this time. Next time for sure.

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      Kuching, Sarawak in Malaysia. I really enjoyed my stay there, part to my friend Adrian who showed me around. The cultural village was very cool but I missed the Orangutang Preserve this time. Next time for sure.

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