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*content is credited to the original owner A three day adventure exploring one of the biggest cave systems in the world, and climbing up to The Pinnacles, a unique karst formation in Mulu National Park. Getting to Mulu is the first challenge… I’d organised the 4D3N itinerary a month ago through Tropical Adventure Tours & Travel (who were very efficient and easy to deal with), then booked two MASwings flights from KL connecting via Kuching. I wasn’t sure exactly what to …

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Borneo Tru Events presents Tribal Warrior Challenge, an exhilarating obstacle-based challenge set within the beautiful landscape of Borneo, in partnership with the Sarawak Convention Bureau. Tribal Warrior Challenge is designed to test your grit, strength and determination. Your muscles will be pushed, and your mental strength will be tested as we bring you obstacles that can only be conquered by incorporating these 5 elements: going over, going under, going around, going through and moving forward. Tribal Warrior Challenge is an …

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Previously, Malaysians were hyped by the existence of an ‘upside down house’ which became the talk of the town and then asserted as one of the must-visit spots if when going to Sabah. The first ever ‘Upside Down House’ in Malaysia was built and made famous in 2012 and is located in Tamparuli, Sabah. It does not only attract Malaysians but also international tourists, making it a tourist hotspot for visitors. Following the upsurge in popularity, the ‘upside down’ was …

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The Borneo Cultural Festival, or mostly recognized as BCF, is an annual week-long event organized by Sibu Municipal Council in Sarawak. It is a festival of food, music and dance, celebrating the diverse cultural background of Sibu community such as Iban, Bidayuh, Orang Ulu, Malay, Melanau and Chinese.  The abundance cultural heritage in Sarawak comprises of multiracial beliefs and habits making the state unique.  The key objective of this event is to endorse the “Beauty in Ethnic Diversity” within Borneo …

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Fun & Hilarious International TV shows at Borneo (Part 2)

Fun & Hilarious International TV shows at Borneo (Part 2) Recently, television shows from Asian countries such as South Korean and Japan, had seen an increase in viewers from all over the world. These variety shows usually focus on entertainment and mostly contain elements of comedy in their shows. Some of the shows that require their members to travel to other countries had visited Sabah and Sarawak in some portion of their shows. Here are some of the variety shows …

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Fun & Exciting International TV shows about Borneo (Part 1)

Sabah and Sarawak are 2 famous destinations for nature and wildlife tourism. The untouched ecosystems at some of the places make them popular among nature lovers. Even though there are many documentaries about Borneo, where most of them focusing mainly on the nature, there are some of the international programs that was shot in Sabah & Sarawak that were a bit different from these documentaries, but also promoting Borneo to their own countries. Here are some of the variety shows …

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Benarat Lodge, Mulu – 2016 New look!

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Check out the new look at our Benarat Lodge!   New Double Aircond rooms:     ..and enjoy an unforgettable dining experience at Sg Pala Restaurant! Enjoy your meals while gazing at the green mountain & blue sky   Be Sociable, Share!

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Sapi Island, Sabah

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Sapi Island is one of the islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. To get there, it takes 15 minute boat ride from the jetty at Sutera Harbour, Kota Kinabalu. There is a minimal entrance fee of RM3 for Malaysians and RM10 for non-Malaysians at the counter. In Malay, “Sapi” means cow, so it literally means “Cow Island”, though you will never see any cows lying around at the island. Located only 7 km from the city, this island had become …

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Tips on how to pack like a Pro when Travelling

With flights getting more affordable and I would say, cheaper if you book online at the right time, it would indeed encourage us to travel more. “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine So for us to be “professional” traveller, we need to pack just enough clothing and essential items, and not be too excessive so that we would not be too burdened by our luggages while on the …

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Ulu Temburong Day Trip

Ulu Temburong National Park in Brunei is one of our tour destination. Check out the tour package here: Ulu Temburong National Park Day Tour Our guest, Mr Anton and his girlfriend went to Ulu Temburong the other day and here is his review: Hi Garry, Good morning! We really enjoyed our Nature Trip at Temburong . Starting from the morning when Mr. Tom fetched us from the hotel on time. And also from briefing us on our trip and also giving …

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