Tag: MY – Kinabalu Park

IUCN report on Kinabalu Park emitting carbon ‘inaccurate’, says Sabah tourism minister; Muguntan Vanar; The Star

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Sabah has disputed as “inaccurate” a report by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) that put the Unesco World Heritage Site – Kinabalu Park – as among forests releasing carbon into the atmosphere.

Source: IUCN report on Kinabalu Park emitting carbon ‘inaccurate’, says Sabah tourism minister

People, climate change make even forests carbon emitters; Al Jazeera

Photo: Fazry Ismail

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Guide to the Perfect Borneo Wildlife Trip; Carissa Gurgul; Ecophiles

The best way to appreciate the beauty of nature is to go on a trip, and Borneo should be on your list; it’s wildlife is astounding!

Source: Guide to the Perfect Borneo Wildlife Trip – Ecophiles

Natural wonders of East Malaysia; Time Out

If you love nature, make these sites within Sabah and Sarawak your next holiday destination…

Source: Natural wonders of East Malaysia

Travel Tips For The Eager Explorer In Bornean East Malaysia; David Bowden; Asia Tatler

Travel writer David Bowden heads off into the wilds of East Malaysia to reveal some of Malaysia’s best natural escapes.

Source: Travel Tips For The Eager Explorer In Bornean East Malaysia

Top 5 itineraries for a 3D2N Sabah trip; Travel Inspiration

Malaysia – Kinabalu Park

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The Crazy Climb to Mount Kinabalu; Leslie Nguyen-Okwu; Ozy

If you’re not quite up for Everest, its little brother offers all the thrill with a little less kill.

Source: The Crazy Climb to Mount Kinabalu

Tackling Malaysia’s highest peak; Phillippa Stewart; SCMP

Walking, running or crawling … there is more than one way to reach the summit of Mount Kinabalu, writes Phillippa Stewart.

Source: Tackling Malaysia’s highest peak

Southeast Asia’s highest peak and the world’s biggest flower in Kota Kinabalu; Carmela G Lapena; GMA Network


Whether your idea of adventure is exploring the great outdoors or indulging in tasty seafood dishes, you’ll be sure to find something in the state of Sabah’s capital city.

Source: Southeast Asia’s highest peak and the world’s biggest flower in Kota Kinabalu

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