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Dumping ethics for profits

b>Mazilan Musa/bshares some of his depressing experiences travelling to Mukim Hulu Langat of Selangor recently.


Coddled and charmed

Houses on stilts are nothing new in Malaysia. But throw in a beautiful tropical island, with activities and luxury galore, and you wind up with a romantic, relaxing retreat, as LEE SIEW PENG discovered upon checking into the Langkawi Lagoon Resort.


'Lost' scouts 'find their way 'out of jungle

Three scouts, including a teenager, had to spend a night in the jungle with only a compass and some matches after being separated from their group on a hill near Sungai Congkak, Kajang.


July happenings



Sarawak’s living museum

SEE Sarawak in just half a day. That's what they are promise you when you drop in at the award-winning Sarawak Cultural Village, a living museum that condenses the sights and sounds of the Land of the Hornbill into just 7ha.


All play and no studies

The post-exam period is always a difficult time for schools. When the I>Penilaian Menengah Rendah/I(PMR) exams concluded, Form Three students still had four weeks to kill before the year-end school holidays. In order to attract students to school, the Negri Sembilan Education Department directed schools to draw up a diversified list of co-curricular activities.


English holiday camp for 60 pupils

IT was a fun-filled learning experience for about 60 pupils of SJK (C) Yak Chee who took part in an English Holiday Camp in Sg Congkak, Ulu Langat, Selangor, during the recent yearend school holidays.


Getting the STAR treatment

A recent article in I>Newsweek/Imagazine haughtily trumpeted that 'for the truly status-conscious, it's not where you go that matters; it's where you stay.' By that token, the destination hotel in Borneo - with all due credit to the island's attraction and mystique - must surely be the luxurious Shangri-La Tanjung Aru Resort (STAR) in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.


An Asian treasure trove

Ta Wan Gallery, tucked away at the far end of Central Market's first floor, is a jumble of native crafts, antiques and artistic pieces.


A taste of kampung life

DURING the recent mid-term school holidays, 16 junior members of the Young Achievers' Club went on a three-day trip to a kampung in Malim Nawar, Perak.