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After other adventurous Malaysians swam across the English Channel, scaled Mount Everest and sailed solo around the globe, a pilot wants to be the first Malaysian to fly solo around the world.
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.
Mention Tembeling, and most Malaysians would think of the Tembeling village located in Jerantut (at the fringe of Taman Negara). However, Pahang also has a lesser-known Teluk Tembeling, situated adjacent to its more famous cousin, Teluk Cempedak.
What is an air hub? Simply put, it is the jet-age equivalent of a major bus terminus: the place where most passengers get on and get off. It is the most convenient place to catch your flight, and the best place to change planes on a long journey. A good air hub attracts flights, bringing to its home country a massive injection of foreign exchange.
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.