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5 Reasons Why Borneo is the Best of Both Worlds
  • Laura
  • Jul 25, 2016

5 Reasons Why Borneo is the Best of Both Worlds

Welcome to the wonderland of sorts. From granite mountains to steamy jungles, to the flipside of world-class dive spots, Sabah and Sarawak is a paradise favored by nature, where the world's oldest 130 million year old rainforest meets the epicentre of marine bio-diversity.

9 Reasons to venture out into the Tropics this Winter, BRRRR!
  • Callum
  • Jul 22, 2016

9 Reasons to venture out into the Tropics this Winter, BRRRR!

It’s now cheaper than ever to take a trip out to the tropics and save yourself the misery of putting up with another dreary winter at home! Still not convinced? Here’s 10 reasons that might just change your mind!

Mount Kinabalu Safety Upgrades: 22/07/16
  • Callum
  • Jul 22, 2016

Mount Kinabalu Safety Upgrades: 22/07/16

Following the anniversary of the tragic earthquake that shook mount Kinabalu last year, a promising new trail and many new safety features are being added to Malaysia's most famous mountains iconic slopes.

Top 3 Must Visit Caves in Borneo
  • Callum
  • Jul 20, 2016

Top 3 Must Visit Caves in Borneo

Man has walked on the moon, yet we know less about the depths of our own ocean… the same could be said for our subterranean cave systems buried deep below the earth’s surface. One of the largest cave systems in the world is here in Malaysian Borneo, hidden in the vast interior of the Bornean jungle...

Sabah Weekend Breaks: Part 2
  • Callum
  • Jun 20, 2016

Sabah Weekend Breaks: Part 2

Still got itchy feet? That wanderlust still not satisfied? Here’s part 2 of our Borneo weekend Breaks Blog especially for those with a slightly more adventurous side!

Tuaran and Kiulu Biking
  • Callum
  • Jun 20, 2016

Tuaran and Kiulu Biking

Wildlife Spotting in Borneo – How to See More!
  • Callum
  • Jun 20, 2016

Wildlife Spotting in Borneo – How to See More!

Mount Kinabalu's Kota Belud Trail Soon to be Completed
  • Nick
  • Jun 20, 2016

Mount Kinabalu's Kota Belud Trail Soon to be Completed

Mount Kinabalu’s soon to be opened 'Kota Belud trail' promises more scenic adventures. This alternative trail will take a Westernly route, compared to the easternly Ranau Trail. The Kota Belud Trail is said to be relatively shorter and more scenic, and ends at Sayat-Sayat check-point, the last check point throughout the 8km climb to Low’s Peak summit.

Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun said "I can describe both trails as ‘beautifully challenging’ and visitors who appreciate nature and its beauty will find the experience of trekking these trails very enjoyable."

Sabah Weekend Breaks: Part 1
  • Callum
  • Jun 18, 2016

Sabah Weekend Breaks: Part 1

Starting to feel the grind? Those office walls getting smaller with every passing day? Don’t worry we have the perfect weekend escapes for you to unwind and get back to loving life!

TripAdvisor 2016 Certificate of Excellence
  • Laura
  • Jun 07, 2016

TripAdvisor 2016 Certificate of Excellence