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Masbudi Abdul Malek, one of the many tour guides here who take groups of tourists to watch the nightly “performances” at the riverine mangrove swamp, may not be as famous as the luminescent insects but he is, in his own way, playing a vital role in helping to safeguard their habitat.
This Frenchwoman’s view of history needs to be translated into our national language and be given a place in every home, school, and public library.
The Mossy Forest, close to the peak of Mount Brinchang in Pahang, has been named the most Instagram-worthy jungle in Malaysia.
Malaysian writer Joshua Kam, 23, is the youngest winner of Singapore's Epigram Books Fiction Prize, which opened submissions to Asean writers for the first time.
New Year’s Day celebrations may be out of the way, but the festivities never really stop in multicultural Malaysia.
THE Government announced its most ambitious plan yet to offer high-speed broadband coverage to the masses, with the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP).
Go on an activity trail for some fun places to visit and stuff to do together during the school holidays.
Exhibit featuring late textile art pioneer Sulaiman Ghani's collection provides an insight into his creative life.
Surfing is an increasingly popular sport in Malaysia, and the place to go to is Cherating, Pahang. It is also one of the competing sports in the Olympics and Sea Games.