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A delegation of press members from Perak visited the enchanting Langkawi island in Kedah over the weekend (1st - 3rd March) at the invitation of the Ipoh City Council (MBI), an initiative by the council to further strengthen ties between the two parties. This "weekend retreat" kick-started a series of programmes in 2019 for media friends, ... continue reading »

More than two years after an official trip to Medan, Indonesia by Perak media at the invitation of Kelab Sukan & Kebajikan Media Perak (in English: Perak Media Sports and Welfare Club) and sponsored by Persatuan Kontraktor Melayu Malaysia Negeri Perak (Perak Malay Contractors Association Malaysia), Persatuan Wartawan Indonesia (PWI) Provinsi Sumatera Utara (Sumut) made ... continue reading »

It was a farewell gathering, not a party, as departing from friends who are like family is never easy. That's the feeling we all had with Club President Wan Asrudi Wan Hasan (Odi) being transferred to the Harian Metro bureau, Kuala Lumpur in a few days' time. The gathering, jointly organised by KSKMP and P.O.R.T., was ... continue reading »

Media Trip to Kuala Razila Adventure & Resort, Gopeng

Oct 19, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Sports

You may remember me writing about my adventure in Gopeng last year. Yes, Perak is huge and offers tourists many different vacations. Those who love nature adventures usually head to Gopeng. Well, Gopeng now has another provider of adventure holidays: Razila Adventure & Resort. Also known as Kuala Razila Adventure Resort Riverside, it is located in ... continue reading »

Having spent only about five days in Jordan, I do not claim to know everything about The Hashemite Kingdom. The following are just my perceptions and I wish to share them with anyone who is planning a trip to this fascinating country. Limestone boxes Almost 99% of the buildings in the places that we visited in Amman ... continue reading »

If you visit Jordan, you must fit the Dead Sea into your itinerary. Otherwise, your tour of Jordan is not "valid"! Trust me, one must experience the Dead Sea to believe its phenomenon of not sinking! Most importantly, on your way to the Dead Sea, remember to stop by for a photograph at the zero sea ... continue reading »

This historical site at the centre of downtown Amman on Jabal al-Qal'a (Hill of the Citadel), the highest hill in the city at about 850m above sea level, is the site of ancient Rabbath-Ammon. Due to its vantage point, Amman Citadel boasts a wonderful view of Amman's Roman Theatre, a famous landmark in the Jordanian capital. ... continue reading »

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