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KOTA KINABALU: Plans to carry out a "dark tourism" concept for the supposedly haunted Agnes Keith House in Sandakan will be put on hold pending a thorough review, following concerns that it might affect the heritage value of the colonial structure.
KOTA KINABALU: The reportedly haunted Agnes Keith House in Sandakan, already a popular tourist attraction under the State Museum, will be further developed under a new "dark tourism" concept.
Dark tourism – still largely untapped in Malaysia – offers travellers a glimpse into a grim past worth learning about.
A more casual form of dark tourism in Malaysia involves visiting places that are populaly rumoured to be haunted, and boy do we have many of those around the country!
Malaysia has been selected to host a virtual travel experience by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) in conjunction with the Dream to Travel Festival.
The Covid-19 pandemic will become our shared, if not contested, heritage. Commemorating it can help us deal with our pain and signal warning to future generations.
Big shoals of acetes, which are just a few centimetres long, crippled the water pumping stations and caused a unit to go into automatic safe shutdownThe same thing happened the next day with all units powered down, but the safety regulator says they are now in a ‘safe and controllable condition’
Emmy-winning TV series 'Chernobyl' is attracting tourists to the nuclear disaster zone, but guides say many are more interested in selfies than learning about what really happened.
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