Tourism Ministry should be looking into similar adventure programmes to re-introduce Malaysia to the younger generation (of the world) who may not know of Camel Trophy and the muddy terrains of our hinterland.
We must go back to basics since we are fast losing our 'unity in diversity' attraction to unbridled freedom and reckless democracy.
I don't think tourists would be interested in street protests and students breaking into universities, so we need to take tourists and our young back to the jungle. Our Orang Asli in Semenanjung and Orang Ulu in Sarawak could teach these outsiders a thing or two about peace, unity and respect.
Take tourists to the rural areas and jungles before they get entangled in our daily dosage of idiosyncrasy and confuse themselves of what this blessed land is all about.
Such 'back to basics' trip would also be more informative and educational than the loads of zero-quality reality shows clouding the minds of our young on the various TV channels nowadays.
Anyone staring at quality control on the kind of rubbish that is allowed to be aired on TV nowadays? LPF does censorship but who ensures minimum quality?
Ok, lets get back to basics before we start another argument on who touches what.
Pulang lah ke-pangkal jalan. Nampak macam dah sesat ni.
In 1993 it was Camel Trophy Sabah, this time lets do Camel Trophy Malaysia.