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Plenty on offer at Borneo Eco Film Fest

Kota Kinabalu: Visitors will be able to enjoy a three-day festival featuring art, exhibitions, workshops and free talks at the 2017 Borneo Eco Film Festival (BEFF). The film festival promises a fun,…

Le Meridien and Four Points host annual "Take Care" run

KOTA KINABALU: Le Méridien Kota Kinabalu and Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan will be hosting the annual 5km fun charity run under the “TakeCare” movement by Marriott International. The movement…

‘Tagal’ rivers have tourism potential

RANAU: The tagal system of river and fish conservation practiced in many villages in Sabah can be a tourism product with wide appeals. One fine example is the tagal on the Melout River, about 28km from…

More than 60,000 attended Malaysia Day celebration

KOTA KINABALU: More than 60,000 people celebrated Malaysia Day at the Likas Sports Complex on Sept 16. From a dignitaries list comprising the who’s who in public office to the man in the street, the…

Host Sabah all poised for Malaysia Day event

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is all set to host this year’s Malaysia Day programme which runs for three days from today. Workers have been putting the finishing touches to the stage and booth as well as…

Japanese Film Festival showcase starting Sept 29

KOTA KINABALU: The Japanese Film Festival will be held at Suria Sabah cinemas here on Sept 29-Oct 2. A statement received here yesterday said the festival was returning to Malaysia for its 14th installment…

Travelling a lot easier for Malaysians — Matta

KOTA KINABALU: Travel  has become a lot easier for Malaysians as it is just a few clicks away, thanks  to digital advances. However, most people still prefer going to physical fairs and talking to…

Oath stone brings focus to Keningau Heritage Museum

ASIDE from being known as a town in interior Sabah, Keningau is not known for much else. But this looks likely to change with a decision that will result in having a piece of Malaysian history permanently…

Locals to fully run proposed island resort in Semporna

KOTA KINABALU: A booming tourism industry is nothing if locals do not benefit from it, said Assistant Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Pang Yuk Ming. Speaking at the Maritime Environmental…

Kuala Penyu tourism industry to bloom in five years

KUALA PENYU: The tourism industry in Kuala Penyu will change for the better in five years’ time. Tourism, Culture and Environment Assistant Minister, Datuk Pang Yuk Ming said that various tourism…