April 25th, 2012:

Travel: Cameron Highlands, Pahang

Cameron Highlands is the smallest district in the state of
Pahang which is located in the north-western corner of the state. One of the
wonders of Malaysia, it is the largest and most famous hill resort in the
country. This highland paradise still retains much of the charm of an English
village with unique architectural styles.

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Travel: Deerland Park, Pahang

The Deerland Park is a privately owned and managed deer park
in Lanchang, Pahang. The park has some 30 Indonesian deer (Cervus timorensis).

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Travel: Tanjung Piai

There are two entry points to the National Park of Tanjung Piai –
Sungai Belukang and Desa Sri Piai. There is an entry fee of RM3 for adults and
RM5 for foreign nationals which must be paid at the Tanjung Piai visitor’s
complex at the park.

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Travel: Mersing, Johor

From Mersing, tourists can visit many nearby beaches.
Beaches in the Mersing area rival beaches on the islands nearby. These are
easily accessible from Mersing town. Other interesting places to visit near to
Mersing town are Endau town, a major off-shore fishing port in Johor (about 33
km from Mersing town) and Penyabung, a very quiet fishing village located in a
beautiful cove by the sea (about 20 km from Mersing town). Another attraction
is the Endau Rompin National Park in the north.

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Travel: Universal Studios Singapore

The first and only Universal Studio theme park in Southeast
Asia, Universal Studios Singapore feature 24 movies- themed rides and
attractions, 8 of which are designed exclusively for Singapore.

Universal Studios Singapore promises to be a truly unique,
world-class movie theme park – designed with careful attention to creating
weather-protected experiences that enhance the natural setting of Sentosa

Seven Unique themed zones will encircle a picturesque
central lagoon. Each zone will feature distinctive architecture, landscaping,
and entertainment offerings. There will be one-of-a-kind rides fro guests to
enjoy, shows that make one laugh, and peaceful gardens to enjoy with family and
friends, as well as retail and dining establishments.

Opening Hours:

Daily 10am to 9pm

(Park Operating hours are subject to change without notice)

Ticket sales at 9am to 9pm



Admission Fee:

Adult (ages 13-64) 

One Day Non-Peak Pass $68

One Day Peak Pass $74

Two Day Pass $118

Child (ages 4 to 12)

One Day Non-Peak Pass $50

One Day Peak Pass $54

Two Day Pass $88

Seniors (Age 65 and above)

One Day Non-Peak Pass $32

One Day Peak Pass $36


Universal Studios Singapore,

8 Sentosa Gateway

Singapore 098269

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