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.
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?
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.
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.
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.