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The outdoor junkie comes from all walks of life. Whether academic, homemaker, corporate leader or former DJ, the love of adrenaline and the outdoors is shared by many. LEONG SIOK HUI finds out what fuels their zeal.
Champions are often a breed apart. And they are treated differently, too. At the Stal Tops in Valkenswaard, the Netherlands, some of the world#8217;s most expensive award-winning horses are kept in stables that resemble resort hotels, complete with gold-plated trimmings. Here the prized stallions are given star treatment as they are grooemd to be runaway successes on the track.
A 100-year-old inner city building caved in and at least five landslides were reported as heavy rain hit Penang for a second day, resulting in more parts of the island being flooded yesterday.
In November 1960, Malaysia lost one of its best artists. His works were then sold at auctions and, subsequently, dispersed all over the world. The National Art Gallery (NAG) will hold a centennial exhibition entitled I>A Hundred Years of Abdullah Ariff, /I>in honour of the artist who was born in 1904.
Perlis may be the smallest state in Malaysia, but it has much to offer to visitors. Along with its cultural and historical heritage, its rustic charm makes it the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of urban living.
To step into Kelantan is to go back in time. Modernisation and evil western influence seem to have bypassed this state.
From scaling South-East Asia's highest mountain, Mount Kinabalu, to white water rafting, Sabah, the Land Below the Wind, is the perfect back-to-nature holiday destination.
When you discover an unspoiltdestination,do you tell the worldor keep mum? LEONG SIOK HUIreluctantly shares her mountainbiking trip in the Kelabit Highlandsof Sarawak.