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Paradise looks different when you see it from sea-level. PAUL WEST takes to a kayak to explore the coastline of one of Hawaii's most beautiful islands.
Camp Rebutia, Gombak was a hive of activity on the morning of March 29, 2003 when 40 noisy, excited kids got off their schoolbus with camping gear in tow, chatting animatedly as they made their way to the campsite.
It#8217;s a worldwide trend that#8217;s finally arrived in Malaysia: geocaching. STEPHEN BOEY discovers that it#8217;s not just about finding out where in the world you are, but also the journey to that spot #8211; and the good food and wonderful sights along the way.
An 11,000-year-old skeleton is the main exhibit in a unique museum in Kota Tampan, Perak, and it has spurred tourism activities in its vicinity, reports RASLAN BAHAROM.
DR ONG HEAN-TATT claims that the good and bad energy of feng shui are related to positive and negative ions.
Living in a resort in a rainforest has got to be the ultimate in leech-free accommodation. The Mutiara Taman Negara Resort in the middle of Pahang#8217;s jungles is the ideal place to kick back for the absolute R R.
Twelve girls from Shelter Home took part in a weekend camp recently. Hopefully, the lessons learnt would help them cope with life, writes BRAT Meera Supramaniam who was at the camp.