I read the local newspaper today, The Borneo Post and found out that there is a new airline coming up to service the public, especially for people in the Island of Borneo. FlyAsianXpress is appointed by AirAsia Bhd as a sub-contractor to handle turboprop operations, which previously handled the rural air services in Sabah and … Read moreNew airline service the Borneo Island – FlyAsianXpress
I always received emails from my fellow mountaineers about how to plan and budget their trip to the summit of Borneo. After few months collecting informations, I can summarized the guide for you to follow. First, do some homework. Decide on few of these things: How many people are going for the climb? How many … Read moreSimple step-by-step guide to the summit of Borneo
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I am not a Linux geek. I am not a programmer. I am not even a person who have a background in computer. When I got my laptop 3 years ago, I could not help but learning a lot of new things from the internet. It was not until 6 months back when I decided … Read moreWant a FREE WYSIWYG HTML Generator?
When visiting the Kinabalu Park and Poring Hot Springs, do take the opportunity to visit the many places of interests along the way… Kundasang is 6 km (4 miles) from the Kinabalu Park HQ, renowned for temperate vegetables. A long row of wooden stalls ‘gerai’ bustling with vegetable whole-sellere. Pick-up trucks fully laden with vegetables … Read moreMust visit places around Mount Kinabalu
They call it â€œthe world’s toughest mountain raceâ€. It takes a gruelling soul to run, race and climb Mount Kinabalu with a total distance of 21 kilometers for both men and women. Takes place in Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site, Mount Kinabalu (4095.2 meters) International Climbathon is a true challenge to the spirit of human … Read more20th Mount Kinabalu International Climbathon 2006
Good news for budget travelers in Borneo Island. I adapted this news from our local newspaper, The Borneo Post this morning. The Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) will be officailly become an AirAsia hub beginning July 11 (next Tuesday). By establishing KKIA as a hub, the budget airline will commence daily flights between Kota Kinabalu-Miri, … Read moreKota Kinabalu is going to be an AirAsia Hub from July 11
It may be difficult to believe, but some people actually cringe when an opportunity presents itself. They are the ones who don’t care what happens, just as long as it doesn’t happen to them. Yet, there are others who, seeing the exact same opportunity, reach out and seize it immediately. It doesn’t matter that it’s … Read moreThe Greatness Within You
This article was adapted from the local newspaper The Borneo Post, Thursday, June 22, 2006. At last, the Chief Minister of Sabah has come out with a very late but good decision: ‘Mount Kinabalu project off’, it was on the first page headline of local newspaper, The Borneo Post. The area for RM9 million restaurant-resthouse … Read moreStill a sad news for Mount Kinabalu
This post was adapted from a local newspaper, The Borneo Post, June 13, 2006. The Federal Development Department Sabah (JPPS) is being blamed for the abrupt abandonent of the RM4.35 million restaurant and resthouse project along the Mount Kinabalu Summit Trail. The Sabah state Government is pointing the finger at the JPPS for answer to … Read moreSad news for Mount Kinabalu