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Tagal Tinopikon Park at Kampung Notoruss

Kampung Notoruss stand with total land area of 15000 sq meters. Tinopikon park is a part of Moyog river and one of the succesful TAGAL by Malaysia Department of fisheries eco system Tagal Tinopikon Park bring you to experience nature authentic village life with friendly KadazanDusun host, sound of Moyog river bring peace in mind… Continue reading Tagal Tinopikon Park at Kampung Notoruss

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Japan tour operators, hotels bank on halal tourism

Japan tour operators, hotels bank on halal tourism Kathryn Wortley, Tokyo Halal tourism is seeing a boom across Japan as businesses better cater to the lucrative travel segment. Japan was ranked eighth out of 130 countries in the Global Muslim Travel Index 2016, which rates nations according to their halal-friendliness. According to CrescentRating, which produced… Continue reading Japan tour operators, hotels bank on halal tourism

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MAS to fly to Kota Kinabalu, Kuching from Penang starting Nov 18

MAS to fly to Kota Kinabalu, Kuching from Penang starting Nov 18 KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 12 ― Malaysia Airlines will be offering flights from Penang to Kota Kinabalu and Kuching from November 18, 2016. The national carrier, in a statement today, said the route would be operated on a seasonal basis to coincide with the… Continue reading MAS to fly to Kota Kinabalu, Kuching from Penang starting Nov 18

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Jeju Air flights expected to boost visitor numbers to Sabah, minister says

KOTA KINABALU, July 21 — Introduction of South Korean Jeju Air flights to Kota Kinabalu are anticipated to lead to higher visitor arrivals from that country, said state Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Masidi Manjun. Masidi also expressed optimism that new direct flights by the airline which launched its inaugural service to… Continue reading Jeju Air flights expected to boost visitor numbers to Sabah, minister says

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ASEAN gets serious about ecotourism development

ASEAN gets serious about ecotourism development Xinyi Liang-Pholsena, Pakse, Laos RECOGNISING the high-yield, low-impact benefits of ecotourism, governments in South-east Asia are now putting serious efforts to develop this niche market by including sustainable and responsible travel in national planning policies. At the regional level, the first-ever ASEAN Ecotourism Forum (AEF) which took place in… Continue reading ASEAN gets serious about ecotourism development