While fast developing as an island resort destination, Mabul Island, known for its intriguing and picturesque Bajau Laut villages, is becoming increasingly renowned for its eco-tourism practices. Located near Sabah’s south-eastern coastline in Malaysia, Mabul […]
Sandakan Tourism Association was formed in 2015. It is a group of hoteliers, tour operators, lodge operators, tour guides, restaurant owners, event planners and other tourism related companies, who work together to promote Sandakan as […]
Interview: Gert Van Opstal and Jason Tan, Joint Managing Directors – Last Frontier Boutique Resort – Kinabatangan
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…
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.
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?
Kuala Terangganu, capital of the state by the same name, is experiencing rapid infrastructure development along with heavy new investment, making it a shining new jewel in Malaysia’s tourism crown.