Besides trekking on the wall, there are side trips to a waterfall and a visit to the home of a local farming family, besides a very long and scary flying fox.
The education minister says the composition of the council reflects the ideals Putrajaya is aiming for.
Iman Research finds that youths did not take the PH’s pledge to resolve certain issues within 100 days seriously but are hoping that it will fulfil these promises, especially the creation of job opportunities.
The lawyer-activist says she is merely a Malaysian voicing concerns about the state of the country and that she has no authority over anything.
The MCA’s Wee Ka Siong, striking back at Lim Kit Siang, says the party’s aim is to produce videos that highlight family values and the importance of the reunion dinner.
It urges Malaysians to engage in constructive debate on public interest issues and not descend to making offensive comments, apparently referring to attacks against #UndiRosak campaigner Maryam Lee.
The PPBM chairman says younger Malaysians who have seen a developed Malaysia, and not the differences in conditions during the earlier and current governments, feel a change in government is not the answer to the problems affecting the nation.
The PKR vice-president also says he is just voicing out the sentiments of the grassroots of those in PKR and Pakatan Harapan.