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Date registered: March 6, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Tower of Heaven at Mount Silam, Lahad Datu, Sabah — July 10, 2015
  2. Competition vs. Interdependence at Team Building Event — June 8, 2015
  3. 7 Team Building ideas for great time together — May 20, 2015
  4. Experiencing basic living skills & nature at Camp Mike, Matang, Kuching — May 19, 2015
  5. Teambuilding at Sumiran Eco Camp Kuching — May 16, 2015

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Jul
10

Tower of Heaven at Mount Silam, Lahad Datu, Sabah

If you get a chance to visit Lahad Datu, Sabah, there is an observatory tower called Menara Kayangan located at 620 metres above sea level on Mount Silam, 10 km from the town. Why is it called Tower of Heaven? Probably because of the picturesque bird’s eye view that you can see once you reach …

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Jun
08

Competition vs. Interdependence at Team Building Event

Work together in a team

Big companies organise team building yearly or the start of a big project because the management knows that team building is a powerful way to unite the employees from various departments. It is powerful not only for uniting the employees but also to develop each employee’s strength and getting them to think out of the …

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May
20

7 Team Building ideas for great time together

Rafting activity

In order to make teambuilding fun and interesting, especially for a big group, here are 7 fun ideas for your company to think about and work on. Some ideas that we used to do as kids can be used as teambuilding games for the participants. When everyone is having fun, even games that are deemed …

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May
19

Experiencing basic living skills & nature at Camp Mike, Matang, Kuching

girl eating-on leaves

Camp Mike, located at the foothills of Mt Serapi, is a 45-minutes’ drive from Kuching city, nestled at a jungle-type experiential learning camp is the brainchild and owned by Michael Lim (thus the name of the camp), who loves outdoor activities and would be more than happy to impart his wisdom and experience to the …

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May
16

Teambuilding at Sumiran Eco Camp Kuching

Horses at Sumiran Eco Camp

Sumiran Eco Camp, located about 30 minutes drive from city centre, just after the Batu Kawa Bridge at Rantau Panjang. It is a rainforest eco camp, but you can also find some goats and horses there though the latter are still too young for riding. This camp is suitable for schools, organizations, companies to organise …

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May
07

Importance of Hold Harmless Agreement in a teambuilding event

agreement

Every seasoned or newbie teambuilding organiser must make an effort to draft a Hold Harmless Agreement and getting the participants to sign the Agreement before they start the event.       Indemnity Clause vs. Hold Harmless Agreement Indemnity clause is where it allows you (the “indemnitee”) to seek reimbursement (“indemnity”) for money you are …

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Apr
17

Satok Uptown Market, a walk to remember

Aerial view of Satok Uptown.

Watch out Kuchingites! We have our own uptown market called Satok Uptown Market which opened on 27 February and was launched on 28 February 2015. Even though the name states that it is in Satok, the location of the uptown market is at Kuching Civic Centre (Dewan Suarah Kuching). The uptown is opened on Friday …

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Mar
15

Mukah, Sarawak

Masjid Setia Raja, Mukah

Mukah is one of the sleepy towns in Sarawak. As many Sarawakians had known, the town is mostly populated by Melanaus, at about 54% of the total population. One of the unique traits of the Melanaus is that some of them used ‘bin’ (for man) and ‘binti’ (for woman) in their name like Malays / …

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Feb
10

Chee Cheong Fun, a twist from the ordinary

Char Siu Chee Cheong Fun

I for one have never been fond of Chee Cheong Fun. Its soft rice rolls texture would not be filling besides the strong smell of prawn paste and sesame seed.   A new café opened up just right the block from our office and I decided to give it a try. I was told that …

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Dec
09

Review of Borneo Highland Resort, Kuching

Jungle Spa at Borneo Highland Resort

Borneo Highland Resort which is located on top of the hills at 1,000 metres above sea level is a place where you can have the peace and quiet that you cannot have in the bustling city down below. You watch the beautiful sunrise and watch the cloud shrouding the hills in the morning. Breathe in …

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