When you step into the Sabah Museum, the first thing that greets you is a gigantic whale skeleton.
What type of whale is it? Where did they get it from? Are there alot of whale
Although Albert Kwok was born in Kuching, Sarawak, the traces of his legacy lie 800km away in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Described as "neat, clean shaven, a man of superabundant energy and made many friends” by Stephen
When Sabah, or back then known as North Borneo, agreed to join the Malaysian federation, they came up with a list of 20 points.
The terms in what was called the 20-point agreement were drawn
Donald Stephens (later known as Tun Mohd. Fuad Stephens after his conversion to Islam in January 1971), was the first chief minister of Sabah in Malaysia.
After founding United National Kadazan Organisation (UNKO) in Aug
The moment you step onto the grounds of Yit Foh Coffee Factory in Tenom, the smell of freshly roasted coffee immediately greets you.
Located about 170km from the Sabah capital of Kota Kinabalu, the town
A baruk or pangah is the main section of a traditional Bidayuh village in Sarawak.
It is also known as baluh, balui, balu, or pangarah according to the different dialects of the Bidayuh.
In the olden days,
Located in the northern part of Borneo island, the Malaysian state of Sabah has its own distinct cuisine different from other states in the country.
Thanks to its multiracial population just like its neighbouring state
If you have not visited Mount Singai before, now is the best time to do so. Due to our love of being outdoors, KajoMag has listed six reasons why it should be on everyone’s
No matter where you are from, superstitions can be found everywhere and will be believed by at least one person next to you.
Every culture is bound to have a few superstitions and Sarawak has
Odoardo Beccari (1843-1920) might be an unfamiliar name among Sarawakians today but more than 100 years ago he was here in Sarawak documenting our plants.
Originally from Florence, Italy, he went to school in Pisa