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Imagine planning a trip abroad, to a country where even the language and culture are foreign to you. It's daunting enough having to decide on which tourist attractions to visit, more so if you do not know where they are located and the distance of one from the other.
SINGLES will soon get a chance to meet Mr or Miss Right over a creamy latte or a soothing earl grey in a cafe. If the Social Development Unit's (SDU) latest move to fire up the dating scene takes off, cafes, coffee joints and hip restaurants could be joining its mission to help singles find love.
Logically speaking, Terengganu, with its rich oil fields, should have been a prosperous and well-developed state by now. But that didn't happen under Barisan Nasional or Pas rule. Now that the BN back in power, MENG YEW CHOONG talks to several townsfolk to find out what their expectations are.
Ipoh city is abuzz with talk that DAP strongman Lim Kit Siang plans to contest in the Ipoh Timur parliamentary constituency. While some question his motives, others look forward to a keen contest the likes of which has not been seen in Perak for decades. I>The Star/Iteam in Perak reports.
SENAWANG Land Sdn Bhd, a member of the Senawang group of companies, wants to set new standards in innovative lifestyle concepts through its property projects in Seremban.
Thailand is a wonderful place. The people are friendly and its beaches are absolutely amazing, writes CLARENCE CHUA.
Enter Bijan. Here's a gem of a Malay restaurant that is set to elevate Malay specialties to greater heights.
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Every suburban centre in the Klang Valley boasts at least a couple of eateries offering Penang food such as I>asam laksa/I>, I>inche kabin/I>, I>asam/Iprawns and I>kerabu/I>. It's no different in Bandar Damansara Perdana where you'll find the Brass Ladle Restaurant and a cook who dishes out authentic Penang food every time.
The brief for this story started off simply enough: How to raise a good-to-eat duck. With that in mind, MENG YEW CHOONG set off to visit commercial duck farms in Perak. What he discovered was an industry struggling to overcome increasingly difficult conditions. But all the farmers' concerns how pale in the face of the avian flu threat . . .