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Just recently decided that my brother and myself would travel to Asia. We will be travelling to Japan, Thailand, singapore and Malaysia. We will be travelling through these 4 countries during may 24th-June 9th.
Just want to know if people have any advice as to what exactly we should see, ie. specific cities or areas of major interest. japan is covered as i have a friend who lives th

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