Mount Trus Madi, The Second Tallest Mountain in Malaysia

Mount Trusmadi is the second highest mountain in Sabah and Malaysia after Mount Kinabalu and is located about 70 kilometres southeast of Kota Kinabalu City; its forest reserve covers an area of 184,527 hectares bordering four districts – Ranau up north, Tambunan on the west, Keningau down south and Sook…

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What Bamboo Music Festival in Tamparuli Sabah is all about

There are a lot of ways to make music and sound. The use of glass with different amount of water in it could give you a different note on each hit. How about the usage of bamboo to create different types of musical instruments? The Bamboo Music Festival in Tamparuli,…

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Sipadan Island Sabah, the Ultimate Dive for Any Diver

  The Sipadan Island Sabah is an internationally famous island that lies five degrees north of the equator in the Sulawesi Sea (Celebes Sea). Sipadan Island Sabah lies 35km south of Semporna, on Sabah’s mainland, like many tropical islands, it is thickly forested and surrounded by sandy beaches. Sipadan is…

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Selingan Turtle Island – Sabah, Borneo

Selingan Turtle Island is one of a group of uninhabited islands straddling the Malaysian and Philippine boundaries lying within the Sulu Seas. This cluster of islands consisted of three main nesting islands – Pulau Selingan, Pulau Bakkungan Kechil and Pulau Gulisan, cover an area of 1,740 hectares  and are protected…

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Poring Hot Spring and Nature Reserve Sabah

Poring Hot Spring and Nature Reserve Sabah is the most famous hot spring in Sabah. It is located at the foot hills of Mt. Kinabalu near Ranau about 3 hours drive from Kota Kinabalu. It is managed by Sabah Parks, whilst Sutera Sanctuary Lodges manages the various accommodation and dining…

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