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Gunung Tahan, at 2,187m above sea level, is dwarfed by its cousin across the South China Sea - the famed Gunung Kinabalu. However, it is Gunung Tahan at the northern border of Taman Negara that is regarded as the most challenging mountain to climb in Malaysia.
A 400-year-old Portuguese shipwreck found in waters off Kuala Dungun, Terengganu, has yielded a bounty of rare and exquisite ceramics made during the Ming dynasty when porcelain production was at its best.
PULAI Springs Bhd is aiming to turn around its recently-acquired property, the Desaru Perdana Beach Resort, by the end of the year, managing director Datuk Chua Jui Leng said.
A long I>keris /I>has been recovered from an estimated 400-year-old wrecked ship laden with Ming-era porcelain in waters off Kuala Dungun here.
The Aryani, which sits huddled among swaying coconut trees on Terengganu#8217;s sandy coastline, is a gem of a resort. LEONG SIOK HUI came away rejuvenated after a three-day stay.