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
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
Wildlife photographers have the toughest job of capturing animal behaviour at the right moment to create a powerful image.
The job requires not just skill but also great patience and persistence.
Thankfully, wildlife photographers have taken
In Sarawak, it is normal for one person to own at least one traditional item that is used as an everyday thing.
Whether it is a hand-woven mat or a basket, traditional items aren't just
While North America had the Klondike Gold Rush in the late 1800s, other people in the Victorian era were rushing to satisfy a scientific obsession - collecting natural specimens.
This obsession for new discoveries and adventure brought
Ethical travel in Thailand requires a little bit of extra effort and awareness but it's not impossible.
It'll make you feel better about the impact you have on another country and who knows, you might
Santubong Peninsula, with its rich history and great landscape is only a 35-minute drive from Kuching.
Behind its mountain peaks lies an age-old legend of jealousy and rage between Puteri Santubong and her sister Puteri
Be it exploring something new or to re-learn our history, the documentaries brought by National Geographic have drawn Lukmann Haqeem to be part of the conservation world.
Working as senior field biologist in WWF-Malaysia under
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
For generations the Penan have made a living and maintain a long-term relationship with the land and forest.
In their interactions with the surrounding area, the Penan have left their ‘footprints’ (uban) through a series of former