Here in Sarawak, visitors can still watch proboscis monkeys in the wild.
And watching them in the wild is nothing like seeing them in an enclosure.
If you are visiting the land of the hornbills or
Located about 20km from Kuching, Semenggoh Nature Reserve is usually on a tourist itinerary when in town.
However as a locaI, I believe every Sarawakian should visit this place at least once in their lives.
Fairy Caves is one of the main attractions in the Bau area located about 40km from Kuching city.
The cave was named after a stalagmite structure which is said to resemble a Chinese deity.
The site covers
When it comes to hot springs near Kuching, people automatically think of the Annah Rais Hot Springs.
For a lesser known, equally calming hot spring about 40km from Kuching city, there's the Panchor Hot Spring
Almost every Malaysian has heard of 'adidas kampungs' - the generic name for probably the most handy yet cheap rubber shoes made in Malaysia.
They usually come in black, but sometimes you can find them
We always hear about what food goes great with wine, but in anticipation of the upcoming Gawai Dayak festival on June 1, KajoMag learnt about which foods to pair with beer thanks to a
When it comes to must-try Sarawakian food, there is a long list that will be hard to complete if you don't have much time. So why not try to cover the most food in
When travelling to Brunei, it is hard not to miss the magnificent architectural sight of the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque.
Located in the capital Bandar Seri Begawan, the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque serves
King Leopold II, who ruled Belgium from 1865 to 1909, is known for many things.
Thanks to his huge number of construction projects, from buildings to public works in Belgium, he is remembered as the
A couple years ago, a clip of a group of Malay boys performing the lion dance went viral on social media.
They used a cardboard box as the lion’s costume and wooden sticks as well