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
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
Forget about Captain Jack Sparrow, the most fearsome pirates in this part of the world were the Iranun people.
Although the Iranun people are native to Mindanao island in Philippines, they also had settlements on
Now famous as an adventure destination, Sabah has a history quite similar to Sarawak in that it once had a 'mengayau' or headhunting tradition which not only included the practice of taking the head,
Malaysian history textbooks gave credits to Sir Hugh Low as the first successful British administrator in Malayan states during the late 19th century.
He was the fourth Resident of Perak in 1877. It was reported
Apart from its rich culture, Sabah is also widely known for its rich biodiversity.
Did you know that Sabah’s rainforest even inspired the live action remake of The Jungle Book?
One of the movie’s visual effect
Even if you are visiting Sabah for the first time, driving from its capital Kota Kinabalu to Kundasang is possible to make on your own.
By making the journey yourself without hiring a cab or
Art critic Jerry Saltz once said, “Don’t go to a museum with a destination. Museums are wormholes to other worlds. They are ecstasy machines.”
This is so true, especially if you are visiting Sabah Museum
If you are looking for the perfect view of Padas river, look no further than Fatt Choi Coffee Cabin in Tenom, Sabah. Padas river which flows past Tenom from Long Pasia, south of Sabah, is