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Traveler Justine Shapiro explores the heart of South East Asia modern Malaysia, with its ancient forests and vibrant mix of cultures, and the beaches of Southern Thailand just across the border. Her first taste of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur. The capital is central to the Government's Vision 2020 policy which aims to make Malaysia a fully developed nation by the year 2020. Justine visits during Ramadan, when Muslims fast each day until sunset. Justine hires a car and heads north through the Cameron Highlands to the Temengorr Dam. The area is home to ancient rainforests and tribes, and Justine and her guide Ruben, who is trained in jungle survival skills, take a boat trip out to a village where the Orang Astli people live. From Temanggor Justine travels to Kota Bharu in the Islamic state of Kelantan. She is invited into a home to celebrate the festival of Hari Raya the end of Ramadan, where she helps out in the kitchen preparing an enormous feast and meets the pet monkey, trained to pick the best coconuts from the trees. Over the border to Thailand by train, Justine makes her way round the coast to the island of Phuket. Tourism is big in Phuket, but a private beach is a great place to enjoy a Thai massage. That evening Justine hails a motorbike taxi to check out the legendary night-life in Patong. However she finds the blatant sex trade in town unpleasant and off-putting and opts for an early night instead. Justine's final adventure begins in the town of Krabi a sea canoe trek back across the bay to Phuket. The Sea Canoe Company is run by an eco-warrior John Grey, also known as Cave Man who fights against the mass tourism which is destroying the lagoons. He takes Justine to the famous cave formations now under threat from vandals, where she sees the beautiful stalactite formations and learns the åÕåÔåÕÌªlook but don't touch' message of respect for the environment.
Runtime: 52 minutes per show
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