Guest post by Charmaine Ho. Early of this month, I had a short vacation on Perhentian Island. The resort I stayed in was quite a different resort because they have turtles coming up to the beach to nest from April to August and my trip was at the right timing!
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Find out some of the attractions situated further away from Kota Kinabalu City that are perfect for day trip or even overnight stay.
Bukit Bintang also known as the Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur is a business and entertainment hub to many people and it has also become an attraction to tourists from all over the world.
Sukau is located 97KM from Sandakan, in East Sabah (Borneo), Malaysia. It is famous for its river cruise along the muddy Kinabatangan river.
Kundasang is a village in Sabah which acts as a base camp for Mount Kinabalu climbers. There are plenty of guest houses, lodges and hotels around Kundasang.
Sabah Tea Garden is located in the district of Ranau, you will be able to see the signboard every few kilometers after passing the Poring Hot Spring junction.
Guest post by Charmaine Ho. Ecoteer House is located at the Fisherman’s Village of Perhentian Island. To the boatman, the village is better known as the Kampung Nelayan.
KK Traveler’s Map is exclusively compiled by Elaine Chung (www.trailofasia.com) and served as a reference for tourists who are keen to explore Kota Kinabalu city on their own with both locals and professionals recommendations.
Situated KM17 along Ranau/Sandakan Road, Sabah Tea Garden is a perfect weekend getaway for city dwellers and a destination that cannot be missed by travelers who are visiting Kinabalu National Park or Poring Hot Spring.
There are travelers who refused to join tour operator when visiting Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park situated 10 to 20 minutes away from Kota Kinabalu City Centre.
If you do a search on the internet on B&B and lodges in Sukau/ Kinabatangan, you will be able to find lots of search results, including tips from other travelers on TripAdvisor.
In conjunction with Malaysia International Tourism Bloggers Conference & Awards, trailofasia.com is nominated under 2 categories, Malaysia International Eco Tourism and Malaysia International Tourism Travel Blog.
Day 4 in the Lost World, from Ginseng Camp to Maliau Falls (5KM). This time round we only bring bread and water and leave the clothes behind because we are staying another night at Ginseng Camp before heading back to Agathis Camp (where we started).
Day 3 from Nepenthes Camp to Ginseng Camp, 7KM.
Guest post by Charmaine Ho. In February, I went to Melangking Palm Oil Plantation to teach children living in the plantation under the Ecoteer Responsible Travel project Teach in Borneo.