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61. Posted by zbdalisay (Budding Member 3 posts) 9y

I'm from -snip-:) I've been living here since birth and I'm happy to be here. I've been into different countries already like Germany, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Australia and more as I really love to travel the world.

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62. Posted by opospa (Travel Guru 1837 posts) 9y

Great!!!
Its nice to know where you guys from and also learn about their cultures.
well, its my turn i suppose.
i am from Malaysian East Coast state of Kelantan. In a small town called Tumpat. Which is very near to Thai border.
So,got influenced by Thailand since we receive Thai channels and also doing business with the Thais at the border. We usually have 2 nationalities (Malaysian & Thai) so its for people at the border to move in and out of both countries.

Beer in Kelantan???need license to sell one. Just cross the border and get yourself a Singha or Chang Beer.

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64. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 9y

Quoting opospa

We usually have 2 nationalities (Malaysian & Thai) so its for people at the border to move in and out of both countries.

Hey, that's illegal!

65. Posted by opospa (Travel Guru 1837 posts) 9y

Quoting Hien

Quoting opospa

We usually have 2 nationalities (Malaysian & Thai) so its for people at the border to move in and out of both countries.

Hey, that's illegal!

LOL,
erm,...but the government make nothing about it.
Once you have both Malaysian and Thai IDs,its very easy for you to move in and out.Without passport and border pass.
In fact,most people at the border in Kelantan never use passport or border pass or ID. They just cross the river easily. Without going through Immigration checking.

Well,as for International Passport,i do use Malaysian passport since Thai Passport needs Visa to go to European Countries.

66. Posted by cortesjc (Budding Member 9 posts) 9y

Hello everybody,

I live in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Some people call the city as Paris of South America.
Most popular drinks are MATE and RED WINE, but beer is also popular, specially QUILMES.
ASADO (beef) is one of the most traditional dishes.

Juan

67. Posted by ViajeraRus (Budding Member 15 posts) 9y

Hi, opospa!
I'm from Chelyabinsk. It's an industrial city in Russia (in the region, known as Ural). It's rather big and nice. We don't have any special traditions or any special food, we have "bliny" and "pelmyeni", "borsch" (a soup, which is actually ukranian but some people consider it as russian) different mushrooms, vodka just like the rest of the country.

68. Posted by sportypat (Budding Member 2 posts) 9y

Athens, Greece
Food: Souvlaki
Beer: Mythos

69. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 9y

I am originally from Iran. For years I live in USA.

70. Posted by paul j (Respected Member 217 posts) 9y

Am from a little dump called Runcorn in the NW of England .
It was living here without a doubt that gave me the motivation to travel far far away .