Wednesday, December 31, 2008


Marang Town

Fisherman village


Fiji Holidays are a wonderful way to escape to a tropical paradise filled with leisure and excitement all in one vacation. Whether you wish to create your own holidays in Fiji or travel during Fiji’s public holidays you will have the time of your life.
Many visitors love Fiji Island holidays at the Malolo Island Resort home on the Mamanuca Islands. The Malolo Island Resort offers white coral sand beaches, blue seas, magnificent views and of course above average accommodations. Staying at the resort for your Fiji Island holidays gives you a private bure on the beach with many exciting adventures for those that love water sports such as snorkeling and scuba diving to view the coral reefs.


Tanjung Balau is a planned fishing village located near the beach 70 km from Kota Tinggi town. Its Fishermen Museum displays various equipments used by the fishermen to support their livelihood, such as glass buoys and traps. The colourful and beautiful fishing boats exhibited in the compound of the museum are a testament to the artistic skill
and craft ingenuity of the fishermen in the area.


The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) World Heritage Committee has inscribed Melaka and George Town, Penang, into the UNESCO World Heritage List on 7 July 2008. The two Malaysian capitals noww join the ranks of Gunung Mulu National Park and Kinabalu Park, both inscribed into the list in 2000.
Malaysia’s inscription into the UNESCO World Heritage List joins other iconic landscapes and monuments such as China’s Great Wall, India’s Taj Mahal, the US’s Grand Canyon and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
“These Malaysian Towns have developed over 500 years of trading and cultural exchanges between the East and the West in Straits of Melaka. The influences of Asia and Europe have endowed the towns with a specific multi-cultural heritage that is both tangible and intangible”,said UNESCO.


Aquaria KLCC Kuala Lumpur, offers visitors the chance to dive safely with sharks in their oceanarium. Not only do visitors get to swim but they also get opportunity to feed the sharks (and no, you’re not on their lunch menu).


Look like “ Dragon With Long Tail”

Distance / Long = 3.25 m

Area = 986,000 m2

Cost = RM 14 Billion (in Ringgit Malaysia)

Built Interval = 4 years

Check in Counter = 300 counter

± 10,000 people from 9 villages must move to other place

3 workers died during the construction


1-Find out about the trail and surroundings, be sure that you have enough time to complete the entire route before darkness falls. Do not stray off the path. A compass would be handy, just in case.

2-Use good judgment regarding the fitness level required for the trail, and know your physical limits.

3-Always let someone know of your plans and destination for the day, especially if going alone.

4-Bring enough water and pack some light snacks to keep energy level up. Unless biking with a knowledgeable partner, it is not advisable to eat jungle fruit or drink from any water source.

5-Be prepared for sudden rain showers by carrying appropriate rain gear.

6-Always check your bike before starting out. Pay special attention to tyres, which can damage more easily due to the rough terrain.

7-If you wish to camp overnight as part of your biking expedition, read the ‘Camping’ section under ‘Jungle Discoveries’ for camping tips.


Redang Island

Scuba diving to appreciate the rich marine environment is common, with outstanding dive sites such as Sipadan Island and Layang-layang Island in Sabah, as well as Tioman Island, Redang Island and the Perhentian Islands on Penisula’s East Coast.

Redang Island, 45km off the coast of Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu, also offers exellent spots for diving thanks to the sheltered waters of the Redang Island Marine Park. Rockcod, nudibranch, batfish, and Yellow-tail barracudas are among the marine life that abound in Redang Island. Among the popular dive sites here are Tanjung Tokong were Green and Hawksbill turtles have been spotted and Tunnel Point. Tanjung Lang is the shallowest, offering fans, whips and other corals in waters with a maximum depth of 18 meters.
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