A weekend of learning birds at Sayap Substation By Grace Chan, 20 August 2020 Following a series of destinations we’ve been going to since interstate travel is allowed. We’ve recently gone to Sayap Substation, one of the four substations surrounding the majestic Mount Kinabalu or Akinabalu (Grandfather) as we called it. Upon arriving at the Read more about A weekend of learning birds at Sayap Substation[…]
Discovering Tawau Hills Park By Jessica Yew, 29th July 2020 For sometime now we have heard of 1StopBorneoWildlife offering trips in Tawau Hills Park, a very short jaunt from Tawau. We finally made it there for a quick discovery of the park and its facilities. The park sits at the border of an oil palm Read more about Discovering Tawau Hills Park[…]
Deramakot Dreaming By Jessica Yew, 22nd July 2020 Fresh out of the restricted movement order imposed by the Malaysian government, Charlie and I decided that there is no better time than now to jump back into our traveling shoes, and see what the forests hold after an extended period of tourism lull. We packed our Read more about Deramakot Dreaming[…]
Kinabatangan Awaits By Jessica Yew, 15th July 2020 After a short jaunt in Sandakan with our friends Anton & Linn, we continued our journey to one of my favorite spots on the Kinabatangan Floodplains – the Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp. We simply call it the Eco Camp. 100% owned and run by the communities of Read more about Kinabatangan Awaits[…]
EXPLORING TABIN By Jessica Yew, 7th July 2020 If I get to choose my spirit animal, it would be the gibbon. Their whooping calls are magic to my ears and I love nothing more than to watch them swing so effortlessly from tree to tree. The dramatic form of locomotion is called brachiating and it Read more about Exploring Tabin[…]
NATURE WONDERS TO WATCH AT HOME By Hannah Mohd, 26th April 2020 With the current situation all over the world, COVID-19 has changed our lives drastically, forcing us to remould our daily routines and cope by improvising to move forward. Many of us are now at home to stay safe and healthy, to flatten the Read more about Nature Wonders to Watch at Home[…]
STICKIES ADVENTURE IN OROU SAPULOT BY Hannah Mohd, 2nd March 2019 Every year, Sticky Rice Travel dedicates a time for all team members to take a short pause from work for a much needed break. Company trips are much-anticipated, as it is an opportunity where Stickies can gather and spend time going through fun and Read more about Stickies Adventure in Orou Sapulot[…]
Charles Ryan has been working and living in Borneo for over 11 years. Originally from the U.S., Charles arrived in Borneo in 2008 to work with rural communities creating alternatives to poaching and logging through forest restoration projects, capacity training and community tourism.
Hear about the experience our Director Jessica Yew-Sumarang had at the recent Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) Summit!
MAGnificent Maliau BY Magdalene Thien, 19 Sept 2019 It all started with a deep yearning for fernweh, a German word meaning an ache to get away and travel to a distant place, a feeling even stronger than wanderlust. I simply call it an “itch” to escape concrete buildings and day-to-day modernization – to smell the Read more about MAGnificent Maliau[…]
Where all the Birds Flock to in Sabah BY CASSEY ASHLEY SUA, 22 AUG 2019 Whether you’re a seasoned birder or you just enjoy pleasant surprises while out on a trek, Malaysian Borneo’s extensive fleet of birds is guaranteed to stir awe and imagination with vibrant colors, extraordinary calls, and intricate nest-architecture. From way up Read more about Where all the Birds Flock to in Sabah[…]