In The News 2009

Sedili Kecil

He held the mud crab still with his bare feet whilst deftly tying up the claws with a length of pink raffia. Job done, the fisherman tossed his catch into a bucket. On our request the second fisherman sorted us out half a dozen choice crabs and a bargain was done. Our two boats parted company and we left the fishermen to their work.

Langkawi: Heaven of Ecotourism and Travel Adventure

Some people think the beauty of Langkawi lies in its pristine beaches. Others like the duty-free shopping. But Irshad and his team of naturalists at Natural History Tours reckon that the edge Langkawi has over places like Bali and Phuket is its jungle and wildlife.