Borneo Malaysia, 28 October 2016 – Located in the biodiversity-rich region of Borneo and within the protected Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, Gaya Island is home to some of the most fascinating and exotic species in the world, allowing its guests to embrace the wealth of flora and fauna it is part of. Gaya Island Resort marked another important milestone with the official launch of Gaya Island Resort Wildlife Centre on 26 October 2016. Led by Justin Juhun – Senior Resident Naturalist, the team is committed to long-term conservation, raising awareness for sustainable seafood choices, crafting experiences and educational programmes to protect and improve the natural environment for resort guests and future generations to come with the unwavering support of Sabah Parks […]
If Maldives is famous for its wondrous island resorts sitting on pristine white atolls, Sabah on the other hand is popular as the tropical getaway not just due to its clear waters and amazing underwater marine life but also its wondrous flora and fauna, local culture, highlands and mountains. Backpackers – like my mates and I from UiTM Shah Alam Recreational Club comprising young mountain climbers – usually go for both so as to stretch our budget while experiencing what this impressive state has to offer.
A walk down memory lane: KK (Kota Kinabalu) Heritage Walk The KCC1M is back again with more interesting places. This time, the Kembara Cuti-Cuti 1Malaysia (KCC1M) programme was held in Sabah from the 20th until the 23rd of December 2012 uncovered places that are sure to excite travelling enthusiasts, backpacking buddies and nature lovers! Gaya Travel Magazine collaborated closely with the Domestic Marketing Division of Tourism Malaysia, Tourism Malaysia Sabah Office and Sabah Tourism Board and received generous sponsorship from Malaysia Airlines and Starbucks Malaysia. The entire trip was eye-opening and insightful. Kota Kinabalu Heritage Walk was launched by Sabah Tourism Board Chairman, Tengku Datuk Dr. Zainal Abidin on the 22nd of March 2005 and has been receiving positive feedbacks from travellers […]