11-03-1986 – Hidupan Liar Yang Diperlindungi Di Malaysia – Siri II / Protected Wildlife of Malaysia – Series II

Pheasants The pheasants are large and attractive birds in the primary rain forests of Malaysia. There are eighteen species of pheasants in Malaysia with some thirty recognised subspecies. Of the eighteen species three are considered as internationally endangered, one species is believed to be extinct in Malaysia while seven other species are in a vulnerable…

05-06-1986 – Buah-Buahan Malaysia / Fruits of Malaysia

Malaysia has more than a hundred known species and varieties of edible fruits representing a rich pool of genetic resources. The fruits can de divided into two groups – the first groups consisting of non-seasonal fruits such as the papaya, the banana and the pineapple which are available throughout the year and the second group…

14-04-1986 – PATA Conference / Persidangan PATA

PATA ´86 Pacific Area Travel Association Conference Founded in 1951, the Pacific Asia Travel Association is the recognised authority on Pacific Asia travel and tourism. By dedicating itself to the promotion of this last remaining tourism frontier, PATA’s uniquely structured organisation and its far-reaching efforts have helped unite the many facets of tourism in the…