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A study by a heritage association has found that there was an ancient route that connected two villages in the southern part of Gunung Lanno, Simpang Pulai near Ipoh, Perak, which is believed to have been last used by the villagers more than 100 years ago.
The issuance of the license will be reevaluated following allegations of damage to fossils that are millions of years old after filming was done by a production company at Gua Matsoorat recently.
Despite all the negative things that happen in life such as the pandemic, it's still possible to be happy, says this adventurous Malaysian.
A kopitiam and a char koay teow stall are part of the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants' Essence Of Asia list.
Dr Anjhula Mya Singh Bais is an activist, feminist, international psychologist trauma specialist and thought leader on a mission to affect real change.
The saying “it’s the journey, not the destination” holds true for some travellers. And being at the airport is one of the best parts of their holiday.
Certain groups of people have less access to healthcare due to multiple socioeconomic factors.
Visual Poetry Project blurs the lines between abstract nature paintings and beauty of words
Carlsberg Malaysia’s food aid campaign lessens the burden of the poor.
The sleepy town of Teluk Intan has many interesting places to check out.