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The tourist’s Johor

Last week,ANDREW SIAdiscovered that 'boring 'Johor had lovelysnorkel-n-swim islands andriver cruises for watchingfireflies.This week,his tour of thestate continues with a tree-houserestaurant,the southernmost pointof mainland Asia,museums and ...the delights of New York.The

Ramsar sites threatened

Although development pressures are closing in on the wetlands of Sungai Pulai, Tanjung Piai and Pulau Kukup in south-west Johor, this could be an opportunity for the state to turn these Ramsar sites into a showcase of how development and conservation can co-exist.

Highland highlights and more

Highlands, lowlands or beaches, Pahang has a wide range of lovely holiday destinations catering for different passions and interests. From lazying on beaches and chilling out on hill resorts to bonding with nature in state parks, you will be spoilt for choice.

For city slickers and adventure seekers

Johor has a wide range of attractions and surprises that await anyone willing to explore its hidden charms.

Surprising Johor

ANDREW SIA visits Johor and discovers why Singaporeans keep on flocking there for their holidays. Maybe the kiasus know a thing or two we don't?

Get stoked!

Hey, time to get off the couch and out of the house. We've stockpiled a list of clubs and adventure operators for you.

Johor Barisan ‘warms up’ for elections

The Johor Barisan Nasional has started its preparations for the general election with the 'warming-up' of its election machinery.

Ministry to promote recreational fishing sites

The Culture, Arts and Tourism Ministry will not only promote well-known fishing destinations in the country but also include recreational fishing in national tourism packages to woo local and foreign anglers.

Priority on conservation

B>Tucked away in the northernmost corner of Perak, the launch of the Royal Belum state park marks a major milestone in the country#8217;s conservation history. As this last tract of virgin wilderness in the peninsula will soon be open for tourism, the need for a detailed park management plan has become a pressing issue./B>

A sylvan hideaway

Work stress, chock-a-block traffic, grating din and raucous crowd define city life. Living amid nature at Mawai Eco Camp in Johor, LEONG SIOK HUI finds her 'ideal' ecotourism model and regains her sanity.