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INCREDIBLE PLACE IN MALAYSIA: JOHOR: RAWA ISLAND

 

Sun, sand and sea is always a good choice for a buddy getaway. Off the coast of Johor, Pulau Rawa is a little known island in Malaysia that still preserves its tranquility with pristine white sand and untouched coral reefs. Kick back and relax together in one of their adorable white chalets and hang out by a hammock for a much needed holiday.

 

Getting There: From Singapore, take a coach to Mersing, then take a boat to Pulau Rawa from Mersing jetty.

 

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