So you have bought your tickets, booked your hotels, packed your clothes and are all set for your much-awaited vacation.
However, there is one small thing that is most probably not on your packing list
There's more than one way to explore Mount Santubong. Besides taking the trail which goes up to the summit of Mount Santubong, did you know that you could also take a loop trail through its
All over the world, lakes have been the subject of folklore and legend. There is Loch Ness in Scotland and Danau Toba in Indonesia as well as Malaysia's very own Tasik Dayang Bunting in Langkawi
Famous today for the Pesta Benak, or Tidal Bore Festival, the Batang Lupar river was the site of a devastating cholera epidemic in the 1900s.
Modern-day Sarawakians might not have heard of the 'Cholera Expedition'
Serian is a modest town located 40km outside Kuching, Sarawak's capital. Famous for its durian and its fresh produce, it is also gateway to a number of waterfalls and natural beauties in the area.
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.
Movie makers immortalise people or events through their films.
Although their art cannot imitate life perfectly, some still manage to carry its essence and convey the message they wanted to.
Here in Malaysia, the movie industry
Albert Einstein once said, “If a cluttered desk is sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?”
Most of us spend a lot of time sitting at our office
Ranchan Recreational Park in Serian might not be on top of everybody’s list of places to go for recreation but on weekends, the place is famous among local people as a favourite picnic spot.