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Visit the first rice mill museum in Kota Belud

There’s a new attraction in the town of Kota Belud – its first rice mill museum. Known as Aloi’s Godown, the museum is a tribute to the late Chu Tien Loi, founder of  the Ah Loi rice mill in Kota Belud which has been operational since 1965. Chu’s daughter – Catherine Chu Mui Hiong – was instrumental in setting up the museum in... Read More

Love locks are pictured at the famous iron bridge (Eiserner Steg) in front of Frankfurt

Love locks are pictured at the famous iron bridge (Eiserner Steg) in front of Frankfurt's banking district with its characteristic skyline in Frankfurt. – Reuters pic, April 20, 2014

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