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A “See-It-All” Trip In One Day: Kota Kinabalu

Getting disoriented in an Upside Down House (so far, the only one in Malaysia), enjoying the majestic view of Mt. Kinabalu (the highest mountain in South East Asia), walking on a 8 storeys high canopy walkway at Poring Hot Spring and witnessing Holstein Friesian Cattle at Desa Cow Farm. All done in a day! Interested? Read on.

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Kawa Kawa River Cruise: Kota Belud

I recalled, it must have being some 22 years ever since I last encountered fireflies. When I was very young, my family followed my dad, who had to relocate to a bigger city due to his career requirement. Ever since staying in big cities, I have never encountered fireflies and that was until yesterday, I had an opportunity to join Kawa Kawa River Cruise. It was experience of my life time.

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Wakakakaka Cafe: Kuching

Our original plan was to head to one of Kuching famous Kueh Chap shop for our dinner. Unfortunately the shop was not open probably due to the opening of the ghost gate (a local belief) on our intended visiting day.

While discussing where to have our dinner next since all of us were already  starving to death, one person came up with a suggestion. “Let’s go to Wakakakaka Cafe.”

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Bukit Singai Catholic Church & Pilgrimage Retreat Centre: Kuching

If you’re looking for a morning walk or a brief hiking, why not head over to Bukit Singai in Kuching, Sarawak. But first of all, we would like to highlight that this place may not be suitable for everyone. It’s more sort of a religious place but free for anyone to visit, so if you’re not interested, you may want to skip this one.

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Kuching Food Festival: 2014

If food is your thing, you cannot miss this, one of the annual MEGA Karnival events held in the city of Kuching, the state capital of Sarawak which, normally held annually in the month of July or August lasting for a month.

A brief introduction about this event. This event is called Kuching Food Festival (KFF), organized by Kuching South City Council (MBKS). The event is part of a bigger event known as the Kuching Festival organised with the primary aim to celebrate the upgrading of Kuching to city status as well as to boost the local tourism and food industry.

This event is the only opportunity for you to meet food vendors from all over the city concentrating here in this particular event, selling their products and displaying their food creativity to the public.

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