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Mystery bird: barred eagle-owl, Bubo sumatranus

Barred eagle-owl - also known as the Malay Eagle-Owl, Malaysian Eagle-Owl, or as the Oriental Eagle-Owl (photographed in Peninsular Malaysia in Southeast Asia).


Escape to Tioman: where to get wet and wild on Malaysia's adventure island


See I'm looking for somewhere that my journey could begin. We're on a trip around the world, let's make it wonderful -Last time, Labrinth


The Black people who are labeled “The Negritos,” are believed to be the earliest inhabitants of Southeast Asia, remnants of the earliest populations from the Out of Africa migration. Description from I searched for this on


11 things to do in Langkawi to get an adrenaline rush

Langkawi has SO much to do while you’re there. It’s very tourist friendly and many people from KL come here for vacation to find a little adventure in nature. 11 things to do in Langkawi


Malaysia - Area: 330,434 sq km. Two distinct parts: Peninsular (West) Malaysia on the Kra peninsula of mainland Asia (PM), and East Malaysia (EM) consisting of the territories of Sarawak and Sabah on the northern third of the island of Borneo. Well-watered, tropical rainforest. Population: 27,913,990. Capital: Kuala Lumpur. Official language: Malay. 145 All languages


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Batek: The Batek (or Bateq) are an indigenous people (currently numbering about 1,516) who live in the rainforest of peninsular Malaysia. As a result of encroachment, they now primarily inhabit the Taman Negara National Park. They are nomadic hunters and gatherers, so the exact location of their settlements change within the general confines of the area that they inhabit.