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GEORGE TOWN: After the recent breakdown of the funicular train to Penang Hill, the state government resolved to implement an alternative way to ascend the hill, which is through a modern cable car that connects the summit with the Penang Botanic Gardens.
Occurrence of lung cancer, bowel cancer, breast cancer, and prostate cancer are higher among the elderly.
Planning a trip to the Exotic East? China’s popular cities like Beijing and Shanghai will always be draws, but try peeking into a different side of the country to discover new and interesting locations.
ON Oct 1, 1949, the Five-star Red Flag was raised at the Tian’anmen Square in Beijing for the first time, marking the formation of the People’s Republic of China and a new start for its people.
HANDAN (Hebei): A technical standard for glass walkways at scenic spots has recently been released in Hebei province to better ensure the safety of tourists.
Apple Vacations is becoming the first and only travel operator to be authorised as the main cooperator of the Zhangjiajie Wulingyuan – Malaysia Tourism Promotion Centre.
HEFEI: Tourist sites in mountainous areas are installing glass bridges to attract visitors looking for excitement.
This new bridge in Switzerland, which now forms part of the Europaweg, will have you walking amid panoramic views of the alps.
BEIJING: The world’s longest glass bridge, over a scenic canyon in China, has been closed less than two weeks after it opened after being overwhelmed by a swarm of visitors.
Zhangjiajie: Tourists who suffer from vertigo need not apply. The world’s highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge opened in China’s spectacular Zhangjiajie mountains – the inspiration for American blockbuster Avatar.