10 WAYS TO BE A RESPONSIBLE TRAVELLER

10 Ways to be a responsible traveller BY ESTELLE EILISH S GEORGE, 13 SEPTEMBER 2018 Great things are often done when man meets the mountain If you are looking for ways to reduce your impact during your travels look no further, we’ve put together 10 ways to be a responsible traveller. A common misconception concerning Read more about 10 WAYS TO BE A RESPONSIBLE TRAVELLER[…]

EXPLORING SARAWAK’S CAPITAL : KUCHING

EXPLORING SARAWAK’S CAPITAL : KUCHING BY DEAN JAIS, 08 AUGUST 2018 KUCHING: THE CAPITAL CITY OF SARAWAK Kuching: The capital city of Sarawak We couldn’t contain our excitement when we got news that we would be going on a familiarization trip to the capital city of Sarawak – Kuching; a destination named after a cat! Read more about EXPLORING SARAWAK’S CAPITAL : KUCHING[…]

THE INSPIRING WORK OF BORA

THE INSPIRING WORK OF BORA BY NICK HEARD, 09 AUGUST 2017 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 that these magnificent creatures also occur in Read more about THE INSPIRING WORK OF BORA[…]

EXPLORING THE LOWER KINABATANGAN

EXPLORING THE LOWER KINABATANGAN BY NICK HEARD, 26 JULY 2017 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 head to the upper Kinabatangan to stay near the small village Read more about EXPLORING THE LOWER KINABATANGAN[…]

DISCOVERING TABIN WILDLIFE RESERVE

DISCOVERING TABIN WILDLIFE RESERVE BY EVA PETRUS, 12 JULY 2017 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 enjoyable experience there! Early morning sunrise from the viewing tower Tabin Wildlife Read more about DISCOVERING TABIN WILDLIFE RESERVE[…]

‘PEAK OF PEAKS’ – CLIMBING MOUNT KINABALU

“PEAK OF PEAKS” – CLIMBING MOUNT KINABALU BY NICK HEARD, 28 JUNE 2017 ‘It was like walking on the moon, completely bizarre and unique, it’s like nothing else’ 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 Read more about ‘PEAK OF PEAKS’ – CLIMBING MOUNT KINABALU[…]

CAMPING IN THE CLOUDS AT SAYAP SUBSTATION

CAMPING IN THE CLOUDS AT SAYAP SUBSTATION BY SONNY ROYAL, 14 JULY 2017 On the north-western face of Kinabalu National Park lies the small village of Sayap and unbeknown to many, it’s the perfect gateway to exploring the luscious and much cooler montane rainforests of Sabah. Sayap substation recreational area. Our backpacks were filled with Read more about CAMPING IN THE CLOUDS AT SAYAP SUBSTATION[…]

DANUM VALLEY ANCIENT RAINFOREST

DANUM VALLEY ANCIENT RAINFOREST BY SONNY ROYAL, 24 MAY 2017 Nestled in the far north-east of the third largest island in the world, within the Malaysian state of Sabah lies an equatorial haven for tropical biodiversity known as the Danum Valley Conservation Area. The 140-million-year-old ecosystem is comprised of pristine primary lowland forest teeming with Read more about DANUM VALLEY ANCIENT RAINFOREST[…]

TOP TEN HIKES AROUND KOTA KINABALU

TOP TEN HIKES AROUND KOTA KINABALU BY ANA JONESSY, 10 OCTOBER 2016 Landscapes once shaped by machines and human hands are given back to nature and are gradually changing back into lush forests, forming trails of varying exciting climbs and ascents, so hikers, put your best foot forward and explore these wonderful hiking trails – Read more about TOP TEN HIKES AROUND KOTA KINABALU[…]

DEEP IN DANUM

DEEP IN DANUM BY STASHA VAN HOUTEN, 01 DECEMBER 2016 Danum Valley Conservation Area is a 472 square kilometer preserve, and a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers, and scientists. The untouched and predominantly lowland dipterocarp rainforest is home to over 500 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, and a variety of plants such Read more about DEEP IN DANUM[…]