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An attempt to get a bird's eye view of an ancient tradition instead yields something more profound - witnessing friendship between a man and his feathered friend.
It was a soul nourishing experience to discover the wonders of God’s creation in the ancient rainforest of Danum Valley, Sabah.
They’ve survived the dinosaur age and continue to enthral those of a wild persuasion, this new-born nature lover included. Off The Beat columnist goes looking for saltwater crocodiles in Adelaide River in Darwin, Australia.
Being in the midst of gorillas in the mystical mountains of Rwanda has dramatically changed the writer, stressing how vital it is to protect our wildlife.
Theme parks pretty much pay homage to anything, from superheroes to dinosaurs. But religion? This Noah’s Ark theme park in Hong Kong is just so quirky. There truly is something for everyone, after all.
The King of Fruits has transplanted roots in quaint Darwin of Australia's northern territory. Yes, the durian is making its mark outside Southeast Asia!
Intrepid 'Off The Beat' columnist Wong Chun Wai finds the elusive, leathery, speckled five-petalled parasitic plant in the jungle gardens of Sabah.
Sorrow surrounds the infamous Aokigahara Forest in Japan’s Yamanashi Prefecture, yes a sense of intrigue keeps calling tourists of the world to its deep dark secrets.
It’s not about pumpkins or the Reaper in Japan, where Halloween has a distinctly different feeling. Wong Chun Wai goes Off The Beat in Tokyo, where the spooks converge in Shibuya for the annual street party.
Its numbers are fast dwindling, but the kura kura durian – one of the rarest durian in the world found only on the island of Borneo – is going down kicking and screaming.