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Volunteering your time, energy and effort to a cause while on holiday is one way to expand your horizons, and you can do this virtually too.
Many travellers in Malaysia usually plan their holidays around the sakura season to a handful of countries in the Asian region. Did you know that Malaysia has its own "sakura trees" too?
One of the ways you can 'travel' these days is by replicating food from your past travels or future trips on the bucket list.
Despite all the negative things that happen in life such as the pandemic, it's still possible to be happy, says this adventurous Malaysian.
Human rights activist Firdaus Husni has made it her life's mission to show Malaysians how important it is for everyone to know, pProtect and defend the Federal Constitution which protects the rights of everyone, women, children and all vulnerable groups in society too.
Malaysia certainly has no shortage of beautiful waterfalls that make for wonderful Instagram backdrops. There are over 100 known waterfalls in the country, and many of them offer a refreshing swim or a picturesque picnic spot for the family.
In a press release posted on its official Facebook, Finas states that filming activities as well operation of cinemas are allowed in conditional MCO and recovery MCO states.
Nasir Nadzir was known for his highly curious mind and intense dedication to his wildlife artwork.
The Terengganu government will continue to promote Kenyir Lake as an eco-tourism destination and focus on the conservation of the area’s flora and fauna.
Finas stated that filming at Penang, Selangor, Wilayah Persekutuan, Melaka, Johor and Sabah cannot continue during the MCO period.