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Here are some simple and interesting ways to visit attractions in Malaysia.
Malaysian children share their patriotic drawings for Independence Day on Aug 31.
Replanting initiatives have sprouted up since the start of the 21st century as urban development goals have shifted and alarm about global warming has grown.
Newcomer author Daryl Kho’s debut book is a story about family and the distance you go to save a grandparent
Gunung Alab Substation, situated along the Kota Kinabalu-Tambunan road in Sabah, has become a popular spot for nature tourism, more so because it sits within the protected forest area of the Crocker Range Park.
Today is World Bicycle Day, which celebrates the popularity of this clean, sustainable means of transport. And as gyms are closed during the MCO, these Malaysians are hopping on their bicycles to keep fit.
Lata Kinjang is one of the tallest waterfalls in Malaysia. Located in Chenderiang, Perak, the waterfall is 200m tall, and can be seen from the North-South Expressway.
Maliau Basin in central Sabah encompasses 58,840ha or 588sq km of pristine forest, and was once described by a website as “one of the few remaining relatively untouched wilderness areas in the world”.
Malaysia has a long list of national and state parks, and forest reserves, though the ones in Sabah and Sarawak are more popular, especially among international tourists.