Let’s explore the Caves in Sarawak!

Did you know that you can enjoy your Sarawak trip by going for a caving adventure other than a wildlife and jungle trekking adventure in Sarawak? Sarawak offers some unique characteristics and stories of the caves for you to discover. Here’s a list of caves that you should be going for an adventure in Sarawak: 1) Fairy Cave in Bau Fairy Cave got its name from the stalagmite structure that can be seen at the entrance. Fairy Cave was once …

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The Little New Zealand of Sabah, the Desa Cattle Dairy Farm

If you are planning a trip to the Borneo region of Malaysia, there is a place that you should not miss visiting when you are in Sabah. Above the highlands of Kundasang is the Desa Cattle Dairy Farm. It is situated around 100km from Kota Kinabalu, which would take about 2 hours 30 minutes to 3 hours’ drive to get there. You can also opt to get a taxi or a bus or even rent a car. Located at the …

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A Detailed Write-up about Mulu Pinnacles Trip (with photos)

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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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Bring Out the Warrior in You with the Tribal Warrior Challenge 2017!

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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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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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Why Niah Caves, one of the oldest human settlements in Sarawak, is worth a visit

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Niah Caves in Miri Sarawak is located within the Niah National Park. What is so special about Niah Caves in Miri? The Niah Caves in Miri Sarawak is one of the worlds’ important archaeological sites. The Niah Caves in Miri Sarawak is home to one of the oldest human settlements in the world. Archaeologist discovered this ancient Stone Age settlement in 1954. The sights of Niah Caves in Miri Sarawak are something that you should not miss out. The Niah …

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Travel back in time on the Sandakan Heritage Trail in Sabah

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Sandakan in Sabah is the second largest city in the state. The beautiful Borneo city of Sandakan is well known as the gateway to Sabah eco-tourism destinations. Sandakan in Sabah is also well known for its rich historical past that you must not miss exploring when you are on a tour of Sandakan. The Sandakan Heritage Trail in Sabah will most certainly awe you with all of its historical sites that testify to Sandakan’s rich historical past.   The Sandakan …

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Gomantong Caves Sabah- what it is all about

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Have you ever heard of the famous Sabah cave system called Gomantong Caves in Sandakan? When you are doing your Sandakan tour, you must not miss a visit to the magnificent Gomantong Caves! The Gomantong Caves is the largest cave system in all of Sabah. The Gomantong Caves is located deep within a hill called Gomantong Hill, which happens to be the largest limestone outcrop in Sandakan. What is Gomantong Caves in Sandakan famous for? Gomantong Caves is well renowned …

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The diverse ethnic group of Sabah

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When you visit wonderful Sabah, you will be struck at the rich diversity of the people of Sabah.  There are over 32 groups of Sabah people who make up this multicultural State. The Sabah people consist of the Kadazandusun, Murut, Bajau, Rungus, Suluk, Kadayan and many more. The 32 group listing of Sabah people are just simply too numerous to mention by name! The rich cultural heritage of the people of Sabah is sure to dazzle and amaze you as …

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Gaya Street and Filipino market- shop till you drop in Kota Kinabalu

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Gaya Street and Filipino Market in Kota Kinabalu are two very popular shopping places for not only the locals but also the tourists. Do check out these markets and sharpen your bargaining skills here. You will find that shopping in Kota Kinabalu is incomplete unless you come here. These amazing Sabah markets will be the places for you to shop your heart out for all the local handicrafts, souvenirs and many other interesting items. If you happen to be in …

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