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Fluorescent tents, discarded climbing equipment, empty gas canisters and even frozen excrement have long littered the well-trodden route to the 8,848m high summit.
The Penang War Museum’s prime seafront hillside location in Batu Maung affords a magnificent view of the Strait of Malacca. Originally a military fortress built by the British in the 1930s, its scenic location, however, is just a fleeting distraction for visitors.
Check out these colourful drawings by Starchild readers on the topic, Happiness.
Did you know that babies consume millions of bits of microplastics from their plastic milk bottles?
Rolex’s Oyster Perpetual watches are known to be in a class of their own. The collection has recently been updated for a fresher feel, as well as with the addition of a totally new model.
There is more to macrame than meets the eye. Not just a 1970s fad, knotting twine together has become a modern thing – even more so in fashion.
Researchers indicate that locusts can differentiate between TNT, ammonium nitrate and other bomb-making materials, and locate their origins almost immediately.
The British actor narrates a National Geographic special, 'India From Above', which airs Sept 30
As birdwatching tours start to catch on in Malaysia, four enthusiastic birdwatchers share their tales of adventure and discovery.
The British chef's dish – which he learns to cook in the West Sumatra style – meets the hearty approval of the governor.