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Six pygmy elephants found dead

KOTA KINABALU: Mystery surrounds the heartwrenching deaths of six endangered Bornean pygmy elephants in the east coast of Sabah. The carcasses of the elephants, aged between one and 37, were discovered on separate occasions between April 6 and May 20 this year. Sabah Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga confirmed the deaths when contacted, but only… Continue reading Six pygmy elephants found dead

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NEWS: Sipadan permit update

Starting 14th August 2018, the Sipadan permit conservation fee of MYR 40.00 will be revised to MYR 140.00 per person,per day. The fee inclusive of the Malaysian 6% Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be MYR 148.40. In the meantime, the permit fee is now at MYR 42.40 to include GST 6%. The changes are… Continue reading NEWS: Sipadan permit update

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Indonesia’s Wings Air to resume two routes to Sabah

MELAKA, April 20 (Bernama) -- Indonesia's Lion Group Airline's subsidiary, Wings Air is expected to resume two routes from Indonesia to Sabah in late April following a review that saw high demand between both destinations. Wings Air Operations Director Capt Redi Irawan said the two routes were Papan-Tawau and Tarakan-Kota Kinabalu, while several other routes… Continue reading Indonesia’s Wings Air to resume two routes to Sabah

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Sabah’s Borneo Ant House opens on July 1

KOTA KINABALU: The Borneo Ant House, Malaysia's first underground gallery, near Tuaran and some 35km from here, opens its doors to visitors on July 1. Owned and managed by a local family from Sabah, it offers visitors a chance to learn more about ants, as well as Sabah and Sarawak's ethnic groups. Borneo Ant House… Continue reading Sabah’s Borneo Ant House opens on July 1

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Interesting Places in Kundasang and Ranau

Where to go in Kundasang and Ranau? Let go to Kinabalu National Park, Poring Hot Spring, Desa Cattle Dairy Farm, Kg Luanti Fish spa & more