PONTIAN (Sept 26): Tanjung Piai National Park here expects an allocation of RM5 million in the Budget 2020 to re-develop the square and the visitors' routes as the number of tourists is increasing annually.
KOTA BHARU (Aug 12): You’ve heard of people going to a kedai kopi (coffee shop), but ever heard of monkeys, too? And not just that, but to have a brekkie of rice mixed with raw egg or kuih, and milk or soda, before heading off to work to harvest coconuts? Every morning around 7am, monkey handlers and their monkeys from around the area come to “Warung Kopitiam Beruk” in Kampung Melor Lama, Melor which was started by Rohaida Ibrahim almost 10 years ago to fuel-up, talk shop and conduct a monkey trade – almost like a one-stop centre.
KUALA LUMPUR (July 25): More power for women, and more facilities for them too! Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin announced today that Malaysia will have its first women-friendly sports complex in three years, reported Bernama.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 23): The Chinese communities living in new Chinese villages and fishing villages should take advantage of the natural and quaint settings of their settlements by opening up homestay businesses to cater to tourists, especially those from China, according to Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz.