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Climbing these five types of mountains in South-East Asia can be a worthwhile and unique experience.
ENJOYING a picnic while watching the sunset on the roof of a restored 1973 VW Kombi camper van sounds like something on an exotic location from a movie scene.
Our reader pays tribute to these fathers and grandfathers who, despite their advanced age, are still active and continue to make every day an adventure. They may be a little slower, stiffer and more forgetful, yet they have made adjustments to their lifestyles to keep up with the changing times.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah conservationists are strongly against extraction of natural resources in the state.
KOTA KINABALU: A group of Sabah conservationists has come out strongly against the issuance of mining licences for the extraction of natural resources in the state.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah environmentalists are calling for an independent monitoring watchdog to keep close tabs on a gold mining operation in Tawau.
Adventure enthusiasts usually dream of scaling the highest peaks elsewhere in the world, but South-East Asia offers many surprisingly wonderful climbs too.
SERDANG (Bernama): The pitcher plant (periuk kera in Malay) has a hot topic lately because of the popularity of lemang periuk kera.
Beautiful beaches and islands where you can swim, snorkel or dive, and majetic mountains that you can climb, are not all that Sabah has to offer. There are also hot springs like Poring in Ranau.
This Raya holiday, how about going on a Malaysian food trip with your nose (and stomach!) as your guide? We’ve tracked down some signature dishes from the many states in the country to start you off.