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Sayap

Discovering Borneo’s Interior - Orou Sapulot


September 27, 2017 | By Sonny Royal

Visitors to Sabah rarely get the opportunity to experience the local culture and the people that are at the heart of the state’s ethnic diversity. More often than not tourists will rarely step off the well-trodden trail...

Sayap

Project Kickstarter in Sayap Village


September 5, 2017 | By Sonny Royal

In June, the Sticky Rice Travel team packed their backpacks and ventured up to the sleepy village of Sayap that is situated about 2hrs drive from Kota Kinabalu nestled on the north-west face of Mount Kinabalu. Fringed by cloudy forested....

Bora Rhino

The Inspiring Work of BORA


August 9, 2017 | By Nick Heard

When someone mentions rhinoceros the first place that usually comes to mind for most people is Africa. Whilst Africa does have the largest populations of extant black (Diceros Bicornis) and white rhino (Ceratotherium simum) species few realise....

Kinabatangan

Exploring the Lower Kinabatangan


July 26, 2017 | By Nick Heard

The Kinabatangan River ecosystem is a popular destination for anyone wanting to immerse themselves in an abundance of biodiversity and to see some of Sabah’s most iconic wildlife. More often than not most visitors....

Tabin

THE SUBTLE BEAUTY OF TABIN WILDLIFE RESERVE


July 12, 2017 | By Eva Petrus

Nicca and I went to visit Tabin Wildlife Reserve last month to familiarise ourselves with this incredible natural area that is home to some of Borneo’s most iconic species. We definitely had an...

Mount Kinabalu

‘Peak of Peaks’ - Hiking Kinabalu Mountain


June 28, 2017 | By Nick Heard

It had been a steamy couple of days in Kota Kinabalu, the ocean breeze just enough to offer some respite from the humidity. We were ready to escape, head up the mountain to enjoy the chill....