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New Year Gift for you! January 2, 2007

Posted by detikdirham in Free Malaysian Wallpaper, Free Wallpaper.
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Here it is…… a special gift for all. A free Malaysian wallpaper new release! You can download and put it on your pc desktop without paying anything.

It is a Mount Kinabalu supported with 3 additional small picture. The picture is suitable for 1024 X 768 resolution. You have any feedback? just email us or put your comment after this message.

Wallpaper - Mount Kinabalu [1024 x 768]

Come and visit us again to get another release of wallpaper!!! See you soon…….

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Tea Plantation – Cameron Highlands Malaysia December 5, 2006

Posted by detikdirham in Free Wallpaper, Visit Malaysia 2007.
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Cameron Highlands is the largest hill resort in Malaysia located at the northwestern edge of Pahang state, at an altitude of 6,001ft (1,829m) above sea-level. Cameron Highlands was named after the surveyor, William Cameron, who in 1885 discovered a plateau at 4,500 feet. At such a height the area enjoys a cool climate, with temperatures not higher than 20°C and rarely falling below 10°C. It was then recommended as a resort but it was not until 1925 that the present location was proposed as a hill resort, and developed.

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Tea Plantation - Cameron Highlands Malaysia

Cameron Highlands is also popularly known as the “Green Bowl” of the country as it supplies large amount of local produce of vegetables to many major cities of Malaysia and Singapore. Tea and strawberries are also grown on the terraced slopes of the Cameron Highlands, and the area possesses notable rose gardens as well.

Cameron Highlands consists of a series of little townships which include Ringlet, Tanah Rata, and Brinchang. The best tourist amenities are sited in or around Tanah Rata but Brinchang is fast catching up with a number of new apartments and restaurants.

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