National Geographic : 1967 Jun
ARABIAN NIGHT NO,a beautiful mosque Intropic Malaysia! Youcould travel tor months to discover Asia. Oryou could holiday inMalaysia. Find superb hotels,oriental color, excitement. JOIN THE JET SET IN IMAYSIA Department of Tourism, P. O. Box 328, Kuala Lumpur Please send free illustrated color brochures I Nam e........... ............ . . I IAddre ss ............................ .................................... I L------NI CEYLON the Friendly Island Exotic scenery and oriental splendor provide a mag nificent backdrop for your vacation in Ceylon. Here, enchanting uncrowded beaches, verdant hills and lofty mountain peaks combine into an ideal holiday country. Close to 4000 varieties of tropical plants and flowers, and almost 400 species of brightly plumed birds deco rate the landscape with a profusion of color. The Ceylonese are a warm-hearted, educated people, justly proud of their long tradition of artistic and religious culture. You will find them hospitable, helpful and courteous. Their many colorful festivals will en chant you, especially the Kandy Perahera in August a medieval pageant unrivalled inall Asia. Distances are short in this relatively small island democracy and visiting the rich variety of historic sights, ancient monuments, revered shrines dating back to 5th century B.C. and wild life reserves can be done at a leisurely pace. English is spoken by most and even in remote villages there is no problem of verbal communications. Ifyou plan to go around the world, don't miss Ceylon! Your airfare includes a stop-over at no extra cost. On shorter trips, too, Ceylon is easy and convenient to reach. Ask your Travel Agent. CEYLON TOURIST PUBLICITY OFFICE Dept. C, P.O. Box 2748, Grand Central Sta., N.Y. 10017 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY'S Hull Walk to the ends of the earth . . . stand at the edge of space . . step back into history . . . peer into the future. Such adventure awaits you at your Society's museum of science and exploration in the Nation's Capital. When you tour Washington, be sure to visit Explorers Hall. Open seven days a week.