Sarawak Bumi Kenyalang
Almost all the guidebooks and online information resources seem to describe Kuching as charming and relaxing, but to me it seemed more like a sleepy hollow by day, and ghost town by night. But then all is not lost … Read More
Kuching Orchid Garden. built by the Kuching North City Hall ( DBKU ) aims to collect the various types of orchids available around the island of Borneo, particularly in the jungles of Sarawak.
The Orchid Garden was built in … Read More
By now you may have already known that the proboscis monkey has been made the official mascot for the Visit Malaysia Year 2014. As this creature will be in the limelight throughout the VMY, it pays to learn more … Read More
The proboscis monkey, which now has the honour of being the official mascot for the Visit Malaysia Year 2014 is to be found here. This monkey, mind you, could not be found anywhere else in the world except Borneo.
Each year, the amazing Pinnacles lure many avid climbers, excitement seekers and curious visitors to conquer its steep slopes and view its famous razor-sharp limestone formations.
Standing magnificently midway up Gunung Api (Mount Api), The Pinnacles, one of Mulu’s … Read More
It is hard to believe that Bako is one of the smallest national parks in Sarawak. With its rainforest housing interesting plant life and abundant wildlife, an extensive network of trekking trails leading to jungle streams and waterfalls, secluded … Read More