I managed to set up an online shopping mall, specially made for Mount Kinabalu Borneo.com visitor. The ‘eMiniMall’ is provided by Chitika, a well known online shopping mall in the internet. I made it because I just would like to share with you what are the appropriate apparel and equipment that you need before you … Read more Online Shopping Mall for Mount Kinabalu Borneo.com – Kinabalu eMiniMall!
Do you still remember that Kota Kinabalu has two terminal airport? Terminal 1 is for most of international flight, mainly to provide transit for flight by our national carrier, Malaysia Airline System (MAS). Terminal 2 is a low cost carrier terminal (LCCT), mainly for AirAsia and FAX. If you came to Sabah during the last … Read more Terminal 2 can take 2.5 million travelers a year
For the upcoming 2007, I just remembered that we might need our own New Year’s resolution. Although I don’t really have new year’s resolution (since my childhood), I think I want to have one this year. Oh, I also search for some Wiki about New Year’s resolution. Look what did I found for you. The … Read more The History of New Year’s Resolution
KUALA LUMPUR: All air passengers using airports in the country operated by Malaysia Airports Bhd will have to pay a security charge from Jan 15 next year, RM6 for international flights and RM3 for domestic flights. Full story
I came across this article about new animal and plant species that they found in Borneo. Wildlife experts says they have discovered at least 52 new species of animals and plants between July 2005 and September 2006 on th island of Borneo. Newly discovered Borneo tree frog (Rhacophorus gadingensis). Â© Alexander Haas According to a … Read more WWF discovers new animal and plant species in Borneo
While doing my daily work today in the clinic, a guy from Canada came to see me regarding prophylaxis (preventive) medication for malaria while traveling here in Sabah. He planned to join a volunteer work that involved in providing ‘gravity feed water’ in few villages in the interior of Sabah. It occurred to me that … Read more Anti-malaria medication for travelers to interior of Sabah
I went to Gaya Street for a photography session. Just to show you what do they have. Colourful beads. Burgers and drinks. Fresh fruits. Uncle playing kulintangan. King of Fruits – DURIAN! Orchids. Corals. Cactus. Jeweleries and pearls. Puppy. Another view of the same puppy. It was chained at the neck by the seller. Waiting … Read more Sunday Gaya Street Fair – What do they sell?
There is one simple secret to traveling with infants – planning. Parents quickly learn that even the simplest trip to the shops requires planning, when an infant is involved. With traveling on a holiday, the planning is simply on a larger scale. Parents have to pack and carry a range of infant goods and supplies, … Read more Safe and enjoyable journeys with infants and young children
Copyright Â© 2006 Marc Wiltse Great hiking socks are critical for a comfortable . Do yours deliver in all the important areas? Learn how to pick the hiking sock that is best for your trip. Your hiking socks are probably like you at work… they do a lot more than they’re given credit for. They … Read more How To Avoid Blisters: A Hiking Sock Guide.
These are two photos of the longhouse, which I took last weekend while visiting my in-laws. I will post some more later… That’s the entrance door of the longhouse. The high structure is like an observation tower. I haven’t been able to climb it yet. 😉 That’s the front part of the longhouse, an extension … Read more Rungus Longhouse – latest photo