This video clip introduces you about Sabah, one of the states of Malaysia on Borneo island. Sit back and enjoy!
Few days ago, we had an opportunity to dine at a restaurant specializing in French and Asian food. Our initial intention was to have simple drinks but then decided to try out something at the restaurant as it was our first time there.
Are you looking for a beautiful beach to enjoy nice scenery? Or are you looking for a place for jogging, cycling or perhaps, a place for family-get-together activities?
We would like to recommend you the Likas Bay Public Park (also known as Taman Awam Teluk Likas in Malay) at Kota Kinabalu. The entrance of the park is situated about 4 km away from the city center but the park itself stretches along the Likas bay and the coastal highway (measuring about 3km in length).
Feeling disorientated after looking at the picture of a house? Or have we erroneously uploaded upside down pictures?
The fact is, this Upside Down House or locally known as Rumah Terbalik was purposely built up side down and may be the only one you can find in South East Asia. Officially opened in February 2012, this latest tourist attraction is located about 30 km away from the city of Kota Kinabalu. The house was rumoured built at a cost of RM1 million.
If you would like to understand more about the Murut people, one of the indigenous people living in the northern part of the Borneo, please head over to Sabah Murut Cultural Centre.
The impressive Sabah Murut Cultural Centre building is located about 10 kilometers away from the small township of Tenom and was built at a cost of about RM12 million. The building was built based on the Murut people’s authentic architecture design. The main building was constructed using local timbers (Belian – hardwood timber) particularly on the building structure and pillars.