Kayaking through this ancient coastal forest in Langkawi is an 'unreal' experience


Photos By FARLY KHALID

Charcoal has been a prized fuel source since the Iron Age.

After wood is baked till all moisture and oils are gone, the remaining carbon burns hotter than anything else known in ancient times.

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