Tabin Wildlife Resort @ Sabah, Malaysian Borneo – Part 2

Written by @Lan & Joehairie 
3D2N Tabin Wildlife Safari-Our Travel Journal Part 2 of 2

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The outdoor activity is the highlight anticipated by guests at Tabin Wildlife Resort,  Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Both of us included. We’re eager to see things out there, learning new things, more importantly; enriching our knowledge. This part of journal aims to prepare future guests so that they are much better prepared for the activities lined-up in 3D 2N Tabin Wildlife Safari programme.

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Tabin Wildlife Resort @ Sabah, Malaysian Borneo – Part 1

Written by @Lan & @Joehairie 
3D2N Tabin Wildlife Safari-Our Travel Journal Part 1 of 2

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Tabin Wildlife Resort is located within Tabin Wildlife Reserve which has a total land area of 300,000 acres. It is the largest wildlife reserve in Malaysia, gazetted in 1984 for the Sumatran rhinoceros and part of the reserve is surrounded by oil palm plantations. The resort is about one and half hour drive from Lahad Datu, a town that is located in the east coast of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.

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Reforestation and Conservation Efforts Between AEON Malaysia, WWF-Malaysia and Sabah Forestry Department Reach Maturity

Blogged by @joehairie
For AEON Retail Malaysia

Conservation initiative now establishes Bukit Piton as a home to various flora and fauna. Featured image:  (first from left) Dr John Tay Ah Min, Head of Conservation, Sabah WWF-Malaysia; (seventh from left) Kenji Hata, General Manager of AEON CO. (M) BHD; (sixth from right) Poh Ying Loo, Executive Director of AEON CO. (M) BHD.; (fifth from right) Datuk Sam Mannan, the Chief Conservator of Forests of Sabah Forestry Department; (fourth from right) Dato’ Dr Dionysius Sharma, Chief Executive Officer of WWF-Malaysia; and officials from the Sabah Forestry Department and AEON representatives at the conservation site

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60 Sungkai/Iftar Ideas for 2017 :Sabah & Sarawak, Malaysia

List compiled by @joehairie

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As mentioned in our previous article (LINK), we will be listing 60 Ideas for your Sungkai/Iftar during Ramadhan Month 2017. We will list 60 places/eateries/food ideas, available across Sabah and Sarawak in order to give a guidance for Iftar or Sungkai seekers. We do hope that such list will help all of you in getting the best idea for your next Iftar/Sungkai. Wherever you are (during Ramadhan Month 2017) in Sabah/Sarawak major cities/towns, worry not, as you can count on this list to search for the best place for your Sungkai/Sungkei/Iftar.

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Into The Wild @ Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Lahad Datu

Text & Photos by Evon Foo
( Guest Post by Ms Evon Foo- A blogger from www.colourfulthreads.co )
Re-blogged by @curiostraveller

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My travelling plan this year as I have been telling everyone is to do “cuti-cuti Sabah”, meaning holidaying in and around Sabah — domestic travelling!  Being in the hospitality industry sometimes I do feel slightly embarrassed that I have been to less places in my home state than many of the tourists from around the globe that I have come across over the years.

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