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Things to bring when travelling to Mulu Park for your adventure tour

Things to bring when travelling to Mulu Park for your adventure tour

1.    Water bottle This is a necessary item even for simple trekking. It is easy to dehydrate during your excursion, so please bring plenty of water even though it may weight a bit more than you had wanted when you go trekking at Mulu National Park. 2.    Good trekking shoes There might be some slippery […]

Sarawak Cultural Village : An Open Air Living Museum

Land of The Hornbills. Where Adventure Lives. More Than Paradise. The names given to Sarawak. And I concur.   I always believe that cultural village of any countries is good. As we don’t have sufficient to venture to all the country site and learn their history, culture, origin and ethnicity.   After going to a […]

A VISIT TO THE SEPILOK ORANGUTAN REHABILITATION CENTRE

Traveling to Borneo to see the orangutans was a dream that had topped my ‘bucket list’ for years. When we were preparing to move abroad back in 2007 and I was busy dreaming of all-things-travel, I discovered programs that allowed you to stay for extended stretches to volunteer with the orangutans. From that moment on […]

Rainforest World Music Festival

05 August 2016 – 07 August 2016 The Rainforest World Music Festival features musicians from around the world, showcasing traditional and original musical instruments. Venue Sarawak Cultural Village, Kuching, Sarawak Organiser Sarawak Tourism Board (STB) Phone +6 082 423 600 Visit website

Sipadan Island, Sabah

The late Jacques Cousteau, a world-renowned oceanographer, once described Sipadan Island as an untouched piece of art while divers around the world have voted it as one of the top five dive sites in the world. Rising 700m from the sea floor and at only 12ha., Malaysia’s sole oceanic island is very small in size. […]

Peace Park, Labuan

Peace Park at Layang-Layangan is situated close to Surrender Point, the place where the 32nd Japanese Southern Army surrendered to the 9th Australian Imperial Forces on 9 September 1945. The Japanese arrived at Labuan on January 1, 1942, less than a month after they had started their campaign in Malaya at Kota Bharu. They took […]

An unforgettable walk in the park, Sarawak

Situated a mere 37km from Kuching, Sarawak’s oldest national park offers an excellent introduction to Sarawak’s rainforest. Home to a thriving ecosystem, it is one of the most interesting parks in Malaysia with almost every plant species in Borneo available here as well as a panoramic rocky shoreline filled with beautiful natural formations. Its well-maintained […]

The living cultural museum, Sarawak

Situated at the foothills of the mythical Mount Santubong, this award-winning living museum showcases Sarawak’s rich cultural heritage. It displays the costumes, handicrafts, lifestyles and traditional dwellings of the state’s major ethnic communities, with a twice-daily cultural performance. Among the unique handicrafts that can be found here are Sarawak beads and Pua Kumbu (traditional lbanese […]