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Entry to Malaysia : Visa requirements

Entry to Malaysia : Visa requirements

If you’re traveling down to Sabah, do note that you might be affected due to different visa requirements of different nationalities. All informations gathered here are as of 27th March 2012, do check with Malaysia’s Official immigrations website for any new updates at http://www.imi.gov.my/ For informations on visa fees, do click here to find out the fee […]

Mantanani Island Escapade

Mantanani Island Escapade

Artcicle : Dinna Chong Thinking of going for an escapade, for relaxation, to enjoy emotional freedom and break free from everyday work? About one and half hour drive from Kota Kinabalu to ‘Abai Jetty’ off Kota Belud Town, from here on a 45 minutes to 50 minutes boat ride is an almost haven the Island of […]

Things to do in Sabah: Turtle Islands National Park

Things to do in Sabah: Turtle Islands National Park

Consisting of 3 islands; Selingaan, Bakkungan Kechil and Gulisaan, and located some 40km north of Sandakan in East Malaysia, Lies a popular sea turtle conservation managed by Sabah Parks. I’ve yet to go there, instead, I was at another island located at east of Bintan, Indonesia. Sea turtle eggs take approximately 2months before hatching, and […]

Things to do in Sabah

Things to do in Sabah

I live in a very cramped country, Singapore, just look at all the buildings, I hardly get to see large eye-soothing greenery fields. And everywhere I go, the traffic’s always mostly packed. You know it’s time to travel for a little while if you’re starting to get stressed. My choice had always been Malaysia, easy […]

Getting to Kota Kinabalu

Getting to Kota Kinabalu

Before you go, do learn that Sabah is located on the northern tip of East Malaysia, it is not connected by land with Singapore, The only way to get into Kota Kinabalu internationally, is of course by plane, but do take note that from february 2012 gradually, Malaysia Airlines will be suspending routes from Tokyo, […]

Preparation for Mount Kinabalu Climb

Preparation for Mount Kinabalu Climb

I am fat, I am unfit, I do irregular exercises and am a keyboard warrior trolling the internets half my free time. I’ve did a “significant” climb out of the blues once back in Malaysia a few months ago when my friend brought me to the Batu Caves, located around the northern region of Kuala […]