July 29 is Global Tiger Day!
It was designated as Global Tiger Day at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in 2010 to call attention to the severe decline of tigers in the wild. On this
Rafflesia, a flowering plant with no leaves and almost no stem, can easily be identified by its five leathery, speckled petals.
There are about 28 species of Rafflesia in the world, the most renowned being
Ko Phangan in the Gulf of Thailand isn’t as well-known as its sister island of Samui and has no airport, but this is part of the attraction. Visiting this lush green getaway requires effort,
Conservationists from the Ministry of Environment (MoE), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and local communities have discovered an Endangered masked finfoot nest for the first time in four years in the Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary
Fort Hose in Marudi was named after Charles Hose, the then Resident of Baram.
Born in 1863 in Hertfordshire, he was the son of clergyman Thomas Charles Hose.
As a young man, he continued his study at Cambridge University but never completed his degree.
With the help of his uncle, George Frederick Hose, the bishop of Singapore,
A visit to Marudi, a quiet riverine town in northern Sarawak, would be incomplete without a visit to Fort Hose.
Located about 100km upriver from Kuala Baram, Marudi used to be the administrative centre of this area before Miri was founded.
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Missed the 20th edition of the Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF)? It’s okay because KajoMag has got you covered.
Here are the five bands you need to listen to even when the music and dancing has stopped in the Sarawak rainforest.
O Tahiti E (Tahiti)
I would not only recommend this band for you to listen to - it is a group you have to watch.
SIPITANG, Sabah: After a year-long preparation, the Heart of Borneo Highlands Eco Challenge 2, has finally kicked off in the highlands of Long Pa’ Sia’, participated by an enthusiastic group of adventurous people.
With a wild side so diverse and a fascinating culture to match, the far rural corners of Japan provide an adventurers paradise. From the rugged landscapes of Hokkaido to the sub-tropical reefs of Okinawa,
One of Singapore’s most anticipated hotels officially opens for business, bringing first-of-its kind ‘duplex loft studios’ to the vibrant enclave of Farrer Park.
With impressive design credentials and a prime location in the heart of