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Bateq in the frame: Photo exhibit zooms in on nomadic orang asli

Two young Malaysians blaze a trail with their 'Ceb Bah Hep' photo exhibit set in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, giving you more than just a bird’s eye view of the Bateq Orang Asli community.

Perak govt hopes Royal Belum rainforest declared a Unesco heritage site by 2021

IPOH: The Perak government is aiming to have the Royal Belum rainforest declared as a Unesco heritage site by 2021.

Perak’s 5 promises to save forests and tigers

Declaration on Royal Belum is a promise from Perak state government wtih support of Prince Charles to conserve and protect the forests and tigers here

M’sian-British fusion menu for Charles and Camilla

PETALING JAYA: Beef rendang Wellington and a Malaysian fusion of English trifle will be among the dishes served to Britain’s Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, during their week-long visit to Malaysia starting today.

‘Ipoh needs a new airport’

THERE’S no two ways about it. Perak needs a spanking new and larger airport, say members of the public.

What to see and do in Perak, Malaysia

Here are some of the things you can do when you are in Perak, which has been named by Lonely Planet as one of the top 10 offbeat places to visit this year.

Five elephants to be relocated

The painful cries of an elephant calf that got entangled in a wire trap shocked villagers at Kampung Ulu Kuang last Saturday.

Villagers still jittery over jumbos

IPOH: Orang asli at the Pos Kemar settlement in the Belum-Temengor Rainforest complex are still having sleepless nights as the conflict between them and elephants shows no signs of abating.

Back with better travel offers

THE THREE-day Perak Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) Fair held last weekend received encouraging response from the public.

Focusing on foreign tourists

PERAK aims to attract half a million foreign tourists next year in conjunction with Visit Perak Year (VPY) 2017.