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A year of hard work paid off for a class of Year Eight students at Garden International School (GIS) who took part in a project called I>Handshakes Around the World - Virtual Homestay/I>.
In the history of the Malay peninsula, Malacca is where it all began. Founded in the 14th century by Parameswara, an exiled prince from Sumatera, it thrived as a port-of-call for merchant ships from China, India, Arabia and Europe.
If you have yet to explore the 'Pearl of the Orient', be sure to do it this holiday. And if you live in Penang and think you have seen all there is to see, we have things for you as well. In a nutshell, Penang is an amalgam of the old and new - alongside monuments from its historical past are skyscrapers that reflect the rapid development that has taken place over the last 10 to 15 years on the island.
You#8217;ve heard about them and read about them, but have you ever WALKED on a glacier? Check out the Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers of New Zealand!
The dense forest along the Kinabatangan, Sabah's longest river, offers a breathtaking view of the last remnants of Borneo wilderness. The river and its surrounding wetlands make up one of the richest ecosystems on Earth. Eager to tap the floodplain's growing nature tourism market, villagers are beginning to open their doors to paying guests.
You're in Kuching and have two or three days to play with. You want a bit of everything: some snorkelling, pristine forests, lovely beaches, fresh food and a touch of local culture. I>Semua pun mahu/I>! (Everything also want!) That's your rallying cry as a value-for-money-seeking Malaysian. So where do you go?