INTERVIEW: Jeffrey Simun – Operation Manager and Bian Rumei – Tourism Services Manager – Borsamulu Park Management – Mulu National Park, Sarawak.
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.
Known until recently as an orangutan rehabilitation centre, Semenggoh, near Kuching in Sarawak, is now simply known as a “nature reserve”.
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).
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.
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.
Taman Negara, Malaysia’s top nature destination reveals new ideas to add even more excitement and fun for visitors.
If you are looking for stories of culture, intrigue, art and ethnicity, the Mah Meri cultural village on Carey Island is an exceptional source of inspiration, and an amazing personal experience.