For great photo opportunities (with a waterproof camera), kayaking on Sarawak’s Semadang River is a must.
Known until recently as an orangutan rehabilitation centre, Semenggoh, near Kuching in Sarawak, is now simply known as a “nature reserve”.
Interview: Philip Yong – President, Sarawak Tourism Federation, and Co-founder and Managing Director, Borneo Adventure (tour operator).
MICE tourism: A growing number of small and even large groups are experiencing Kenyir Lake from comfortable accommodation on the water – with a broad selection of modern houseboats.
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.
Taman Negara, Malaysia’s top nature destination reveals new ideas to add even more excitement and fun for visitors.
Interview: Tengku Faisal – Senior General Manager – Sand & Sandals Resort – Desaru Coast
Interview: Stephen Havrilla – General Manager of The Els Club Malaysia
When a new breakwater was needed for Langkawi’s Telaga Harbour, the Naam adventure tourism group saw a unique opportunity – to develop an extraordinary man-made island.