Things to do in Malaysia range from meeting orang utans in the wilds of Borneo to enjoying delectable Malaysian food in bustling
Manitoba’s vibrant capital city, Winnipeg was an Aboriginal settlement for more than 6,000 years before European settlers began to develop it. The city centre is easy to explore on foot and highlights include the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Forks National Historic Site, Winnipeg Railway Museum and the Manitoba Museum, covering the province’s past 12,000 years of history and culture.
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This inspirational and thought-provoking museum consists of various galleries and exhibitions, with its 10 core galleries focusing on human rights themes. Stories relay the importance of rights for all using the latest technologies, the power of art and old forms of storytelling. Examples include 'Inspiring Change' , which incorporates objects and images from events that have promoted human rights and is intended to spark personal reflection on how we can contribute to positive social change. Another gallery, 'Breaking the Silence', explores the role of secrecy and denial in many atrocities around the world, with its centre piece being a digital study table that presents images and documents relating to mass human rights violations.
Surprisingly, for a seemingly small island paradise, there are numerous things to do in the Seychelles. The Seychelles are world famous for
Thailand has a fascinating Buddhist culture with a number of beautiful temples and stunning, lush mountain scenery in the north, spectacular beaches
Truly exclusive and exceptionally luxurious.
Very high class accommodation with superb facilities and service.
High standard accommodation, service and facilities.
Good standard accommodation, service and facilities.
Clean and comfortable with en suite bathrooms but limited facilities.
Very modest with shared bathrooms and minimal facilities