Featured articles in Sabah

"I have seen other places like Sipadan 45 years ago. Now we have found again an untouched piece of art”. Jacques-Yves Cousteau
A short summary on my travel trip to Sabah in 2009
Sabah is famous throughout Asia are not included in the country or abroad. Among the tourist attractions is Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Southeast Asia and not only that Sabah is known for rich natural resources.
Sabah, the second largest state of Malaysia next to Sarawak, is the location of the Southeast Asia's highest peak. Its rich diversity of animals, plants and culture will mostly like attract tourists both local and international.
Malaysia has 13 states and to name one is the Federal Territory of Labuan, an island located between Brunei and Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. This island is a wonderful getaway for people who enjoy to venture both the traditional and modern way of living.
The real essence of Bajau's water village is hidden somewhere in the heart of every villager. Though it is mostly advertised as a foreign destination, the place only shows its beauty extrinsically. But within lies a different world - a beauty far from what we could actually see and im...
"While it is important to look at a patient as a whole person from a physiological, psychological, spiritual, and social perspective, it is also important to take a patient's culture and cultural background into consideration when deciding how to care for that patient. After all, the ...
Let me take you to the "Land Below the Wind", Sabah, Malaysia. This state has a lot to offer for travelers who are interested in adventure, jungle trekking and mountain climbing.
The high mountain of Southeast Asia: must we always respect. Mount Kinabalu is not to be taken lightly, or with mere underestimating views be mentioned; nor should it be treated with verbal abused of arrogance and disrespect. For should if it be taken to be such or abused still – be...
A short stay at Kasih Sayang Health Resort was a wonderful and refreshing experiences..
Born around 1878 by a German, manage by English and develop by Chinese.
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