Slap bang in the middle of Sabah state – nestled amidst the emerald green rolling hills, dominated by the breath-taking Mount Kinabalu, Sabah Tea Gardens are fast gaining importance not only as a tourist attraction, but also as a resort in their own right.
When an entire village turns to homestay…
Interview: Fiona Hagan, General Manager of Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort & Spa Dalit Bay Golf & Country Club
Interview: Gerard Tan, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Sutera Harbour Resort Group in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Marriott Mulu – an oasis in the heart of the Sarawak rainforest – Interview: Benjamin Wolff, Resort Manager
INTERVIEW: Jeffrey Simun – Operation Manager and Bian Rumei – Tourism Services Manager – Borsamulu Park Management – Mulu National Park, Sarawak.
Sharzede Datu HJ Salleh Askor recently joined Sarawak Tourism as its new Chief Executive Officer. We asked her to tell us about her background and how she arrived back in Kuching.
Sarawak’s Forestry Department has announced upgrades to the Bako National Park – due to be completed through 2019.
In Malaysian Borneo, it is still relatively easy to find and photograph iconic proboscis monkeys in the wild… a highlight of one’s tour of Sabah and Sarawak.
For great photo opportunities (with a waterproof camera), kayaking on Sarawak’s Semadang River is a must.