KOTA KINABALU: Booking air tickets via travel agents is going cost more in Sabah from today. Travel agents in Sabah will begin charging a â€œticketing feeâ€ following the trend towards zero commission policy being implemented by airlines. The Sabah Association of Tours and Travel Agents (SATTA) said that they would collect a maximum of 10 … Read moreTravel agents will charge “ticketing fee”
Monsopiad Cultural Village, the traditional village is a historical site in the heartland of the Kadazandusun people and it is the only cultural village in Sabah built to commemorates the life and time of the legendary Kadazan and head-hunter warrior: Monsopiad. The direct descendants of Monsopiad, his 6th and 7th generations have built the village … Read moreMonsopiad Cultural Village
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 moreTerminal 2 can take 2.5 million travelers a year
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 moreAnti-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 moreSunday Gaya Street Fair – What do they sell?
Upon doing some updating of the website, I was informed that there are new addition to our members of Backpackers and Travellers Lodge around Kota Kinabalu, Tuaran and one at the foothill of Kinabalu! (just 2 km from Kinabalu Park entrance). So, for those who are looking for an option for accommodation, check out our … Read moreAnother 13 Backpackers & Travellers Lodge added!
Imagine yourself walking at the bottom of the sea! When I heard about it I did not know what to expect. The thought of walking on the seabed made me so curious that I had to experience this under sea adventure! So what is seawalking? Seawalking gives you the opportunity to literally walk under the … Read moreSeawalking Discover Sabah’s Beauty Under the Sea
I went to Sabah Tourism Building today to get some information about the latest news on tourism industry in Sabah. While going through their notice board, I found the latest FREE Sabah Traveller’s Map. I picked one for myself, just to know what’s inside and wonder if it would be a benefit to you. The … Read moreWhere can I get FREE Sabah Traveller’s Map?
State of Sabah has submitted 13 events for inclusion in the Visit Malaysia Year 2007. There will be 2 anchor events, 4 major events, 2 highlight events and 5 supporting events. The 2 anchor events are: Sabah Fest Celebration, which is Sabah’s most anticipated cultural event where rich and colourful, generations-old cultures and tradition are … Read more13 Sabah Events to be included in Visit Malaysia Year 2007
Sabah is blessed with some of the most beautiful islands, coral reefs and atolls. The clear waters and exotic treasures of marine life found here have captivated visitors and divers from all over the world. Sipadan Island Rated as the world’s top dive sites. For the true diving enthusiast, the island needs no introduction. Praised … Read moreThe World’s Top Dive Sites in Sabah – Siadan, Mabul, Kapalai & Lankayan