Most travellers visiting Sarawak might not have Bako Buntal Bay as part of their itinerary....unless they are avid birders.
Located about 40km from Kuching city, this vast bay area is an ecologically important site
Everybody knows what a tiger looks like; it is known for its one-of-a-kind fur pattern of dark stripes against reddish-orange fur.
Besides Malaysia, it is also the national animal of India, Bangladesh and South Korea.
If you are running out of ideas on where to spend quality time with your families and partners, here is a KajoMag-approved suggestion: KLB Garden.
Located about one hour and thirty minutes from Kuching city
We scrolled back through this year's news so that you don't have to.
There are only a few weeks left before this year is over and here are some of the top news in Sarawak
Did you know that Malaysia has the third highest lightning activity in the world?
According to US National Lightning Safety Institute records, Malaysia recorded an average of 180 to 260 thunderstorm days a year, after
You've heard or read it on the Internet before; nature is one of the best medicines out there. So much so that doctors in Scotland have been authorised to prescribe nature to their patients.
As rice is a staple food in Sarawak like any another Asian culture, paddy planting plays an important economical role in the local communities.
Though most people nowadays stock up their rice from supermarkets, there
Borneo has often been referred to as the Amazon of Asia thanks to its high density biodiversity. So if Borneo is the Asian Amazon, the ‘Amazon river’ of this island is none other than
Not everyone is a fan of secondhand clothes. Here in Malaysia, there are plenty of bad impressions about them, even with the cuddly label of 'pre-loved'.
“They are dead people's clothes.”
“You will never find something
Located in the province of West Kalimantan, Indonesia, the Danau Sentarum National Park is one of the most biodiverse lake systems in the world.
To give you an idea of how diverse; the park is