St Anthony's Church in Bintulu is hard to miss; it has a 7-meter tall statue of Christ the Universal King in front.
The church is also hard to miss due to the heavy traffic which
Expensive cars, designers bags and huge mansions might be the modern-day symbol of wealth but in the olden days - particularly among some Malaysian Borneo communities - a jar of clay called the 'tajau'
In March 1824, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands signed a treaty called the Anglo-Dutch treaty.
The treaty divided the strait of Melaka and assign each side of strait to the Dutch and British
Sabah is not only blessed with amazing nature and high biodiversity, it also has colourful archaeological past.
Here are at least 6 archaeological sites for visitors to explore at the Land Below the Wind:
Long before there were Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, there were North Borneo and the Kingdom of Sarawak.
Like many European administrations of the 19th century, these two regions adopted Latin phrases as
In Sarawak, Batang Lupar is famously known for its tidal bore phenomenon where waves of water goes against the direction of the current.
It is also one of the federal constituencies in Malaysia. Meanwhile
What would you do if you stumbled upon unexploded bomb in your backyard? Well, the best and only thing to do is to call the police.
Here in East Malaysia, discoveries of unexploded bombs
Despite reports that Sarawakians and Sabahans were generally agreeable to becoming part of the Malaysian federation, then Indonesian president Sukarno was not happy.
He accused the federation of being a neo-colonial attempt by the British
Owen Rutter (1889-1944) was one of the most celebrated English travel writers in the early 20th century.
He was also an English historian and novelist who travelled through Borneo, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Canada and
William Somerset Maugham (or better known as W. Somerset Maugham) was a famous British novelist and short story writer.
Although he was a practicing physician, the art of writing called to him after his first