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Panorama Route - Mpumalanga

Wednesday, December 30, 2009
The magnificent Panorama Route in Mpumalanga is top known for its literary heritage and its spectacular landscapes. Contribution a vast array of thrilling options for the visitor, the Panorama Route hosts some of the best adrenalin attractive adventures in the country as well as some more peaceful pastimes.

Panorama Route

One of the main highlights of the area is the Blyde River Canyon Reserve, home to stunning wildlife and birdlife and some of the best views in South Africa. The Blyde River Canyon is the third leading canyon of its kind in the world. Other highlights include the wonderful waterfalls in Graskop and Sabie, the Echo Caves that speak of Africa’s powerful tribes such as Pedi, Mapulane and Swazi, trails left after by the Voortrekkers in regions such as Lydenberg and Ohrigstad, early artistic footprints left by native peoples of Africa and the Gold Rush land, Pilgrim’s Rest, home to the early gold prospectors.

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International visitor expenditure in the United States: A year in turn down

Tuesday, December 29, 2009
The U.S. Department of Commerce recently declared that worldwide visitors spent an expected $10.3 billion on travel to, and tourism-related behavior within, the US during the month of October-nearly $1.6 billion less (13 percent) than was spent in October 2008. Whole international visitor spending is down $18.6 billion (16 percent) year to date (January-October).

Journey Receipts: Acquire of travel and tourism-related goods and services by international visitors wandering in the United States totaled $8.0 billion through October, a decline of more than 12 percent in judgment with last year. These goods and services take in food, lodging, recreation, gifts, entertainment, local transportation in the United States, and other items subsidiary to foreign travel.

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Amazing attractions - Argentina

Monday, December 28, 2009
Argentina is the land of sufficient natural assets and hence a preferred destination for visitors. Argentina is a land of changeable landscapes. Argentina seems like a wonderland. There are numerous places to vacation in Argentina like architectural buildings, national parks, lakes and rivers and historical buildings. Approach and discover the Argentina tourist attractions, it might well be the knowledge of your lifetime.

Tourist places -

Buenos Aires: This is the capital of Argentina and it’s has one additional name called the ‘Paris of South America’, the city is just wonderful for honeymooners. It is a city of numerous contrasts, presenting a collection of exotic food, wine, architectural styles and the courageous spirit of tango. The attraction of Buenos Aires cannot assist to go away the tourists bowled over.

Iguazu Falls: If you don’t visit world famed Iguazau falls then your tour is incomplete. The falls is frequently called as the gateway to Argentina.

Patagonia: This is a new good place that you include to visit before whole your Argentina tour. It is an wonderful experience to have a meeting with the gorgeous whales and penguins in Peninsula Valdes and the lake region of Bariloche and benefit from the diversity of wildlife there.

Mendoza: This is the top destination place for lovers and admirers of wine and food. It’s also celebrated for adventure sports. The wine regions situated in the western sides of Mendoza are truly charming.

Salta: Located in the charming northern region of Argentina, Salta is the region where the climate conditions stay quite stable throughout the year. It is an earliest, long-standing and the mainly out of the ordinary royally town in Argentina. A train journey through the attractive and remarkable scenery can make you trip a truly pleasant one.

Atlantic Coast: If you not seen Atlantic coast then your tour is imperfect. The beaches on the shore enchant you with their healthy beauty and quiet tranquility.

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Mabul Island

Sunday, December 27, 2009
Mabul Island
Mabul Island is reputed to be one of the best places for underwater macro-photography in the world. Located in the clear waters of the Celebes Sea off the mainland of Sabah, it is surrounded by gentle sloping reefs two to 40m deep. Covering some 21 ha., it is considerably larger than the nearby Sipadan Island and is home to the Bajau Laut tribe, one of many ethnic groups in Sabah.

Diving is the main activity on this island, and it can be done all year round. Marine life that can be seen here includes sea horses, exotic starfish, fire gobies, crocodile fish, pipefish and snake eels. There are over eight popular dive spots, each with its own speciality.

Three resorts cater to scuba divers -- two are on the island itself while one is on a converted oil rig platform about 500m offshore. All of the resorts provide day trips for their guests to the nearby Sipadan and Kapalai Islands.

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Endau - Rompin State Park

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Endau Rompin, straddling the Johor/Pahang border, is the second National Park, after Taman Negara. It covers an area of approximately 80,000 hectares of rich and exotic flora and fauna, encompassing the watershed of the rivers Endau and Rompin, from which it derives its name. In other words, this place is huge.

The park is home to a vast range of species of birds, mammals, frogs, insects and exotic varieties of orchids, herbs, medicinal plants and trees. It seems that every time a scientific expedition returns from Endau - Rompin, they discover a new species!

The entry point to the park is an Orang Asli village. Although the natives have been influenced by the modern world, they still practise a hunting and gathering lifestyle. They are also the custodians of fascinating myths and legends about the jungle that have been handed down from one generation to the next.

In existence for over 130 million years, this rainforest holds rare flora and fauna, many of which are not found anywhere else in the tropics. The most prominent of these unique species is the Sumatran Rhinoceros.You can camp, hike, fish, canoe, shoot rapids, explore caves, climb mountains, bird watch and swim in this amazing national park.

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Icewine and freezing waterfalls - Niagara's wonderland

Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Coloured lights and frozen waterfalls
The trip: Head to the Niagara area for winery tours, the fantastic falls, a huge New Year's Eve party or make a date for mid-January and the ice wine harvest.

Holiday shine: Wine and holiday spirit certainly go together. So, what improved way to enjoy a uniquely Canadian holiday than drinking icewine in the scenic Niagara Valley, the world's biggest manufacturer of this sweet dessert wine?

The various wineries in the Niagara Valley suggest tours and tasting all time long, but in the winter, when the cold grapes are hand-picked from the vines and give way one precious fall of juice each, the vintners are particularly arrogant to split their rare and pleasant wines with the public.

It's fun and soothing just on tour around the rural Niagara area or indirect down the tree-lined streets of delightful 200-year-old Niagara-on-the-Lake (N.O.T.L. to persons in the know). Personal companies offer winery visits that comprise tours, food sampling and cellar tasting.

For a whole change of pace, go from the laid-back surroundings of tasting wine to the lively buzz of Niagara Falls. Moreover the amazing falls, the city boasts a excess of attractions, including casinos, the Butterfly Conservatory and a skating rink within view of the falls. During the Winter Festival of Lights, when the city is decked with almost two million lights, there are outside concerts and fireworks - and new for this year, there's even an outdoor rink, right at the edge of the falls.

Excellent For: While Niagara Falls is family-oriented, touring vineyards and wine tasting is not accurately a kid-friendly movement. Build this trip a holiday there for Mom and Dad.

The best moment to go: Particular New Year's Eve actions be plentiful in the region. Peller Estates and Hillebrand Winery are holding New Year's Eve dinners which, of course, contain wine pairings.

Or expend the evening with 30,000 of your neighboring friends at Niagara Falls. Payable as "Canada's largest free New Year's Eve Extravaganza," this happening is televised nationwide and will mark live concerts from STYX and Glass Tiger as fine as two fireworks displays.

If you truly want to celebrate icewine, visit N.O.T.L. between Jan. 15 and 31, through the Niagara Icewine Festival. With the lot from tasting, seminars and winery tours to celebration dinners, receptions and live activity, it's all concerning icewine.

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Osun Osogbo

Monday, December 21, 2009
Osun Osogbo
Osogbo is an ancient town, about 80km north east of Ibadan , the capital city of Oyo State. It is a prominent cultural, craft and art center, as well as a famous tourist destination in Nigeria. The Osun cultural festival is a unique annual celebration in honor of the river goddess, popularly called Osun. The festival has acquired an international status witnessed by both domestic and international tourist. River Osun was believe to have provided the water of life which save the inhabitant s of ancient Osogbo town from hunger, pestilence and religious war centuries ago. It is still believe to provide protective guidance till today. The annual celebration is therefore done in reverence and appreciation to the goddess of fertility.

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36th Tourism fair put to kick off tomorrow

Sunday, December 20, 2009

CHENNAI - The 36th version of the yearly festival event - India Tourist and Industrial Fair - organized by the Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation (TTDC) at Island Grounds, Chennai would be launched by Chief Minister M Karunanidhi on Tomorrow.

Declaring this on Sunday, V Irai Anbu, Tourism Secretary said, ‘tourism celebrates diversity’ would be the subject for this year’s fair. “Regarding 44 government pavilions have been raised with effective models to instruct the public about a variety of government welfare schemes.”

While various departments suggest blood test, ECG and testing the superiority of water at a nominal fee, preparations have been made to share out Prasadams of famed temples at the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment pavilion, he sharp out. He also said the major entry facade has been intended with a model of the National Art Gallery in arrange to honor the 150th year of the gallery. Similarly, Anna Auditorium, the site for cultural programmes has been formed with the setting of the Thanjavur Big Temple in sight of its 1,000-year achievement, which is a UNESCO heritage site, he renowned.

Visual pleasure: The tourism pavilion has the model of world famous monuments of Arjuna Penance and Five Rathas and Shore Temple of Mamallapuram. While the Krishna Mandapam of Mamallapuram shapes the major entry of the pavilion, Tiger Cave has been formed on the side of the entry.

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Newham's Thames fence leaves further tourist attractions high and dried out

Friday, December 18, 2009
Two Newham attractions have been highlighted as must-sees for tourists in London. The Thames Barrier and the Olympic 2012 site - much of which is in Newham - were named in the top 100 tourist attractions by Visit London, the official visitor organization for the capital.

Cllr Jo Corbett, Newham Council's Executive Member for Culture, said: "We are delighted that Newham has been recognized in this prestigious campaign. We are home to the Thames Barrier - one of London's most iconic structures - and yet that is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to tourist attractions and ambitious regeneration projects in this borough."

They include:
  • The Royal Docks. This is fringed with striking landmarks including the Thames Barrier. The table on which the Abolition of Slavery Act was signed is in Newham's heritage collection and is currently on loan to the Docklands Museum.

  • Green Street. One of Britain's most celebrated Asian shopping centers.

  • Stratford is preparing to welcome over a million visitors to the 2012 Olympics. It is on the brink of a major transformation thanks to the blossoming of its cultural quarter and bold plans for Straford City.

These include a new £4bn metropolitan centre, with more than 100 shops and three big department stores.There will be a new commercial district with landmark towers and leisure facilities. New urban districts will house an extra 11,000 residents and 30,000 workers. It will also house most of the 2012 Olympic athletes.

Cllr Corbett added: "Visit London's recognition clearly shows that Newham is a go-ahead borough, a real place of progress. Stratford International station will open soon and work on Stratford City and the Olympic and Paralympic sites is under way. This regeneration is at the forefront of progressing Newham's priorities - even in today's tough economic climate."

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PolyU launches Tourist Satisfaction guide to determine the fulfillment level of tourists

Thursday, December 17, 2009

The School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has beginned the PolyU Tourist Satisfaction Index (PolyU TSI) today (December 17) to estimate the approval point of inbound tourists in countries and regions.

Spearheaded by Professor Haiyan Song, chair professor of Tourism and associate director of SHTM, this original scheme aims to plug in the gaps by creating a complete system, which will give authorities anxious and industry workers with much-needed in order for decision creation and preparation purposes. The research project is maintained by the Niche Area Research of PolyU.

The guide was compiled standed on interviews of 3,000 respondents from a wide range of countries and regions. According to Professor Song, “We have put the focus of the empirical study on Hong Kong, where tourism has been seen as one of the major economic pillars. The project has currently produced satisfaction indices for the seven important regional source markets of the six tourism-related sectors in Hong Kong.”

Some cities inside the Pearl River Delta Region, with Macau and Shenzhen, also confirm importance in using the guide to charge their power as a tourism destination. Of particular interest to Hong Kong will be the aptitude to target the limited indices against those of further destinations. The range of this project is likely to develop in the future.

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10 Architectural Landmarks - World's finest Tourist Attractions

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty



Christ The Redeemer

Christ The Redeemer

Vatican Museum

Vatican  Museum

Wat Phra Kaew

Wat Phra Kaew

St. Peter's Basilica

St. Peter's Basilica



The Great Bath and The Roman Bath

The Great Bath and The Roman Bath

Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia

National Mall & Washington Memorial Park

National Mall & Washington Memorial Park

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Mexico sees Tourism improving since 2009 flu gust

Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Mexico City
Mexico is face a $1.6 billion fall in tourism incomes for 2009, thanks to a lethal flu eruption, but the drop is lesser than first feared and visitors must go back in 2010, the government supposed on Monday.

Tourism is Mexico’s No. four basis of foreign money behind oil exports, refugee remittances and foreign straight investment, and visitors used up $13.3 billion in 2008 visiting its dirty beaches, regal towns and archeological leftovers.

Other than this year the H1N1 flu outbreak joint with tall drug group killings and a worldwide financial brake to make a poisonous mixture that bleached Mexico-bound flights and caused large wounded in the hospitality industry.

"We’ve never had what we had this year," Tourism Minister Rodolfo Elizondo told a information discussion. "The economic fall, influenza, the drug trafficking issue ... factors that combined to create a difficult year." The fall in tourism profits was fewer drab, though, than early forecasts of approximately $2 billion or yet $4 billion.

Among January and October, Mexico logged foreign profits from tourism of now over $9 billion -- a 17 percent fall compared to the similar stage previous year. Elizondo predict next year’s information recurring to approximately the $13 billion seen previous year.

Mexico, ordered by the United Nations’ World Tourism Organization (WTO) as between the world’s peak 10 visitor destinations, saw its global picture destroyed in April and May by an eruption of H1N1 flu that paralyzed Mexico City and upset foreign visitors.

Several foreigners are also frightened by raging battles flanked by competitor drug trafficking gangs and the armed which have killed other than 16,000 people as late 2006. The Mexican government is prognostic a financial reduction of regarding 7 percent this year.

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New modernization and larger business - IMEX 2010

Monday, December 14, 2009

At the present in its 8th year, IMEX 2010, the award-winning worldwide exposition for the worldwide meetings, events and inducement travel industry will put together on the achievement of last year's exhibition with an amplify in long-haul hosted buyers, new exhibitors and a extra varied expert education programme.

IMEX 2010 has its sights put on long-lasting its physically powerful expansion and business path evidence, which will be established by an increase in the number of mediators bringing hosted buyers to the Frankfurt demonstrate. More than 20 fresh buyer groups have previously been established from the US, Asia Pacific and Middle East delivered by mediators with Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Mandarin Oriental, Rocco Forte and Starcite.

Contribution from US organization buyers is also predict to be mainly well-built this year as a outcome of new mediators in this market. Lots of have also been involved by the possibility to contribute in the IMEX Association Day on May 24th, the day before the show opens.

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South Cotabato

Sunday, December 13, 2009
South Cotabato is endowed with numerous natural sceneries which are high potentials for tourist attraction, and blessed with creative people who maintain and develop the beauty of these places.

As the province progresses and moving towards agri-industrialization, more people in and out of the country is getting more interested of South Cotabato. At present, more potential tourist spots are being developed in the province.

Waterfalls - There are many waterfalls found in the province. The most popular is the Lonon Falls which is popularly known as the Seven Falls in Lake Sebu. Other noteworthy waterfalls are Saravia Falls in Koronadal; Matimus Falls in Tantangan; Lambusong Falls in Norala; Nongon and Traankini Falls in Lake Sebu.

Of these, the Saravia Falls in El Gawel Koronadal, is now developed into a swimming resort. The place is now becoming more popular and frequently visited by local residents. The municipal government of Koronadal is still on its way of making the place more inviting.

Lakes - It is in the municipality of Lake Sebu and T'boli where most lakes can be found. Among them, Lake Sebu is one of the favorites of tourists and local residents primarily because of its picturesque location. The lake is located between elevated hills and mountains, with tilapia fish cages scattered all over which makes it extra ordinary and captivating. It has an area of approximately 354 hectares. Adjacent to this lake, are lakes Lahit and Siloton with an area of 24 and 75 hectares respectively.

In addition, Lake Maughan in T'boli is part of the approximately 50,000 hectares area proposed to be set aside as provincial park and wildlife sanctuary.

Other Attractions - Other potential tourist attractions include the sprawling pineapple plantation of the Dole Philippines, Inc. with the imposing presence of Mt. Matutum in Polomolok and Tupi, Mambucal Sulfur Spring in Koronadal and the Nature's Bounty resort in Polomolok.

The celebration of town fiestas are likewise attracting tourists. Most of the towns have colorful fiesta celebration, usually held on their foundation anniversaries and feast days of their patronal saints.

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The Paddy Museum

Friday, December 11, 2009
Paddy Museum
It is the first paddy museum in Malaysia, and the fourth to be opened in the world after Japan, Germany and the Philippines.

The unique architecture of the Paddy Museum represents bushels of harvested rice stalks. Rice motifs are repeated throughout the building, on staircase banisters, the museum gates and the fence surrounding it.

The museum showcases the paddy cultivation process in Malaysia and displays all kinds of tools and equipment which have been used in the trade over the years. Through beautiful murals, the art work of 60 artists from North Korea, the history of paddy cultivation in Malaysia is revealed.

It honours the history, culture and significance of paddy farming in Kedah and is dedicated to the hardworking and simple paddy farmers, whose blood, sweat and toil have contributed to the objective of achieving self sufficiency in the rice industry.

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Poland is a perfect place for investment and business expansion. The 2008 Ernst & Young European Attractiveness Survey shows that Poland is very popular among foreign investors who consider the country as one of the most attractive investment destinations in Europe. Tourists, in turn, are enchanted by Polish hospitality and friendliness, Poland’s cultural heritage and the country’s natural wealth.

Poland’s 38-million strong consumer market is one of the biggest in Europe. The country’s favourable localisation, in the centre of Europe, where the main communication routs intersect make it possible to export goods to all European countries and thus reach over 500 million consumers. Poland’s major trade partners are, among others, Germany, Russia, France, Hungary, Ukraine, Spain and China.

Poland is a country with a number of tourist and sport opportunities. The diversity of landscape and natural wealth together with the wide range of recreation forms ranging from sea sports through lake yachting, skiing and mountain climbing attract tourists from all over the world. Recreational tourist opportunities may effectively be completed with elements of Poland’s rich cultural heritage and history.

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Mount Fuji

Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Mount Fuji
Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan at 3,776 m (12,388 ft). Along with Mount Tate and Mount Haku, it is one of Japan's "Three Holy Mountains". An active volcano that last erupted in 1707 C08, Mount Fuji straddles the boundary of Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures just west of Tokyo, from which it can be seen on a clear day. It is located near the Pacific coast of central Honshu. Mount Fuji's exceptionally symmetrical cone is a well-known symbol of Japan.

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Richard Branson reveals initial tourism spacecraft

Monday, December 7, 2009
Richard Branson
Richard Branson has revealed the first marketable passenger spacecraft, the spacecraft Two, a shiny black and white vessel planned to fly in 2011. The spacecraft is Branson’s luxurious gamble on creating a profitable space tourism business. Current in the promotion of spacecraft Two at its shed in Mojave, California be the 300 people who give their first deposits of $20,000 each to Virgin enormous, an outcome of Branson’s Virgin Atlantic Airways. Space-ride tickets will cost $200,000.

A twin-hulled airplane will carry spacecraft Two to an height of about 60,000 feet (18,288 meters) before discharging it. The spacecraft will then fire its onboard sky rocket engines, hiking to about 65 miles (104 km) over Earth. “One time in space, [travelers] will unbuckle their seats,” Branson said. ”Present are huge windows, which no spaceship has had earlier than, for them to seem reverse at the Earth. They can drift around and turn out to be astronauts.” After practicing “zero-G fun,” the spacecraft, with the six paying travelers on board, will move smoothly back to Earth and ground in New Mexico, where it was started.

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Pulau Tiga Marine Park

Sunday, December 6, 2009
Pulau Tiga Park
Pulau Tiga is the largest of the three islands that make up Pulau Tiga Park. Its beautiful landscape and unspoilt natural environment has attracted CBS TV Network of the USA to use this island as the main location for the popular 'Survivor' Programme, dubbing it the 'Survivor Island'.

This island was formed through the eruption of several mud volcanoes. The last explosion happened in 1941 and since then the volcanoes have remained relatively passive.

Several small mud volcanoes spewing cool, mineral-rich mud can still be found near the summit of the island. The notion that this mineral rich mud is good for your skin makes mud-bathing a must-do activity on this island.

The island's lush green jungle serves as a soothing backdrop, while the fine, white sand beaches and the clear unpolluted water are a wonder for nature lovers.

The coral reefs encircling the island are home to many species of fish and other marine life. Among the activities that await you here are diving, non-motorised water sports, trekking, bird watching and mud bathing.

The Park Headquarters is situated on the southern side of the island, not far from Pulau Tiga Resort, the only resort facility available on the island.

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Boqueron, Puerto Rico

Friday, December 4, 2009
Boqueron is a beach village positioned in the town of Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. The village is one of the main tourist attractions in the southwestern division of the island. As of the US 2000 Census, the barrio population was 4,963.

Boqueron beach is a public beach and resort managed by the Puerto Rican government. It's rated as one of the best beaches in Puerto Rico beside with Luquillo Beach. The beach was awarded blue flag beach rank by the Foundation for Environmental Education.Further beaches in Boqueron are Buye and El Combate.

The village is residence to two protected wildlife refuge. The Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge, an environment for a number of native bird species including the endangered Yellow-shouldered Blackbird also known as La Mariquita de Puerto Rico or Capitán. The Boqueron State Forest is one of the seven state forests managed by the Department of Natural Resources of Puerto Rico.

According to local legend, after the Puerto Rican pirate Roberto Cofresí shared some of his wealth with his family and friends, he would hide what was left over in a cave located in "Barrio Pedernales" which is just south of Boqueron Bay. Throughout the years no one has originate any treasure in the cave.

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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Ruifang Township is a renowned township of Taiwan’s northeast. It is known for its roots in the mining industry, which gradually evolved into other industries. Jiufeng, a part of Ruifang, was Taiwan’s gold mining center in the past. It is a small mountain village with ever changing scenery of both mountain and sea that still retains the simple lifestyle of the past. In 1893, gold dust was discovered in the surrounding area, drawing a river of gold seekers into Jiufeng and launching Taiwan’s own gold rush. By the end of the second world war, following Taiwan’s independence from Japan, the gold rush had diminished and the crowds began to scatter, finally coming to an end in 1971. Jiufeng has become a place where the busy urban dweller can finally find a place to relax his or her mind.

Jiufeng is located on a hilly area that faces the ocean and is surrounded on three sides by mountains. It is a mountain colony stretching over high and low, with its people still maintaining their original simple lifestyle. Because the houses and buildings are built close together, residents interact frequently, lending this place a warm and rich human touch. With the changing of seasons, the scenery also varies greatly, presenting different aspects of Jiufeng. In the past, Jiufeng was the dreamland of gold diggers; as of now, it has become a sanctuary for many artists.

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Layang Layang Island

Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Layang Layang Island
Layang Layang, meaning kite, is fast becoming another one of Malaysia's premier dive destinations after the world-famous Sipadan Island. This oceanic atoll is situated in the South China Sea about 300km north-west of Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah.

The little land mass supports a luxurious 90-room dive resort, a Malaysian Naval base and a nesting colony for several sea-faring migratory birds. The reef topography is essentially made up of a rich growth of hard corals; some so shallow that they break the sea surface during low tides, but most begin at depths of about 5m right down to the ocean floor.

Some of the marine animals observed around the 14 dive sites include black-tip sharks, hammerheads, jacks barracudas, bump-head parrotfish, lionfish, moray eels, turtles, nudibranches, gobies and the ghost pipe fish.

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