Known until recently as an orangutan rehabilitation centre, Semenggoh, near Kuching in Sarawak, is now simply known as a “nature reserve”.
Interview: Tom Roelens – General Manager – Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur.
Cultural immersion, through the works of Ron Galimam, one of Sabah’s most prominent graphic artists.
Interview: Philip Yong – President, Sarawak Tourism Federation, and Co-founder and Managing Director, Borneo Adventure (tour operator).
On a par with the world’s best, Malaysia’s National Theatre, 20 years after its inception, is still number 1 in Asia, and one of the top few worldwide.
INTERVIEW: Muhammad Bakhtiar Bin Wan Chik, Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Malaysia – on the occasion of the arrival of Condor’s inaugural flight to Kuala Lumpur.
Condor puts Southeast Asia “on its map” with inaugural Malaysia flight
Malaysia’s Kelantan state is home to a number of cultural marvels that were once widespread, but have now dwindled down to a last few examples. They are here today, but will they be here tomorrow?
In Kota Bharu – capital of Kelantan state, we met with Tourism Malaysia’s state director for tourism, Hafiz Hazin and his team. We asked him what the key assets of this state are… Here in […]
Terrapuri (The Land of Palaces) is a conservation and restoration project of Terengganu Malay classic houses – reported to be the first of its kind in the state.