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Festival of Wings

Community event

Summary

Festival of Wings is a unique annual community event within the Kuala Selangor Nature Park to celebrate its biodiversity which includes migratory and resident birds, synchronous fireflies and mangrove forests.

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Mangroves of Peninsular Malaysia

This handy reference is a perfect companion during a guided mangrove walk or an outing with friends and family.

A Guide to Commonly Seen Species

The compact guide measuring 8.5 x 4 inches fits neatly in the palm of your hand. Unfold it into a beautiful double-sided full colour visual map of what’s amazing about our mangrove forests! Interested to see the plant that produces salt? Or the crab that climbs trees? Now see how many plants and animals you can spot with this helpful guide!

A year in the making, this guide wouldn’t be possible without the generous contribution of time, knowledge and photographs from academicians, photographers and MNS members of which the Marine Group would like to extend heartfelt thanks to: J.W.H. Yong, Chew Ming Yee, Andy Paul, Loh Wan Yeng, Wong Wee Liem, Terence Ang, and H.Y. Leong.

  • CLIENT:

    Malaysian Nature Society’s Marine Group (Selangor Branch)

  • PUBLISHED

    March 2014

  • ROLE:

    Writer, Editor & Designer

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Dublin’s past remembered

Who doesn’t love the Irish and their gaiety – but this writer gives the famous Irish stouts, ales and whiskeys a miss, and instead explores Dublin’s sombre past.

Dublin's Past Remembered

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  • CLIENT:

    Star 2 - Star Publications (Malaysia) Bhd

  • PUBLISHED

    16 November 2013

  • ROLE:

    Writer + Photographer

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Paddling the Baram

River journeys are always exciting, like this eye-opening expedition via the Baram River.

Paddling the Baram

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  • CLIENT:

    Star 2 - Star Publications (Malaysia) Bhd

  • PUBLISHED

    10 December 2011

  • ROLE:

    Writer + Photographer

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Insight Guides

Be inspired by our new edition of Insight Guide Malaysia, which has been comprehensively overhauled, with hundreds of brand-new, specially commissioned color photographs that bring the destination to life. New chapters on Malaysia’s astoundingly rich biodiversity, contemporary state, and multicultural people complement the detailed coverage of the country’s history, dazzling architecture, and fabulous cuisine, while special travel photography features focus on hawker food, Sarawak longhouses, and more.

Malaysia

The first part of the book details Malaysia’s rich natural landscape, fascinating history, and dynamic modern culture. The Places section contains descriptive region-by-region accounts of where to go, complemented by attractive, detailed maps linked to the key sights by numbered dots. At the back of the book, the Travel Tips section provides all the practical information you’ll need to plan a memorable trip, as well as selective listings giving our writer’s pick of the best places to stay and eat.

ISBN 978-178-005-107-9 | 15.3cm x 22.8cm | Paperback 424pp | Book sample is viewable with an Adobe Flash player-enabled device.

  • CLIENT:

    APA Publications (UK) Pte Ltd

  • DATE:

    2011

  • ROLE:

    Co-Author

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Berlitz Pocket Guide

Berlitz Pocket Guide Malaysia is a concise, full-colour travel guide that combines lively text with vivid photography to highlight the very best that this diverse country has to offer.

Malaysia

The Where To Go chapter details all the key sights on a tour of both Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysia Borneo, from the dazzling architecture of Kuala Lumpur and the World Heritage Sites of Georgetown and Melaka, to the natural splendours of Mount Kinabalu and the world’s largest orangutan sanctuary in Sabah. Handy maps on the cover help you to get around with ease.

To inspire you, the book offers a rundown of the Top 10 Attractions in Malaysia, followed by an itinerary for a Perfect Tour of the country. The What to Do chapter is a snapshot of ways to spend your spare time, from shopping and sports to traditonal Malay dance and theatre.

You’ll also be armed with background information, including a brief history of the country and an Eating Out chapter covering its mouth-watering cuisine. There are carefully chosen listings of the best hotels and restaurants, and an A-Z to give you all the practical information you will need.

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ISBN 978-178-004-058-5 | 10.5cm x 14.5cm | Paperback 192pp | Twelfth edition 2013

  • CLIENT:

    APA Publications (UK) Pte Ltd

  • DATE:

    2011

  • ROLE:

    Author

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Trans-Himalayas

First 4×4 Expedition to Everest Base Camp – ‘The Malaysia Book of Records’

The Expedition

This coffee-table book showcases a 4×4 expedition comprising 62 participants and 23-vehicles on a thrilling journey to the greatest mountain range on earth – the Himalayas.

The 43-day expedition covered a distance of over 15,000km and took the team across varied rugged and challenging terrains from Malaysia through Thailand, Laos and China to the Everest Base Camp of the Himalayas, before finishing in Shenzhen, China.

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ISBN 983-41321-5-8 | 25.3cm x 25.3cm | Hardback with jacket 175pp | 2005 | Pages have intentionally been cropped to highlight the content.

  • CLIENT:

    Adventure Sport Management Sdn. Bhd.

  • DATE:

    2005

  • ROLE:

    Author

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