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Malaysia’s best kept secret: Gunung Mulu National Park

By Vishnu Krishnan Gunung Mulu National Park can only be described as pure magic. The UNESCO World Heritage Site has a plethora of animal and plant species that dwell within the confines of its lush primary forests, dozens of caves and Mulu Mountain. One of the most unique features of this national park is its… Read More »

Exploring Taman Negara

Taman Negara is the crown jewel of tropical rainforests in Asia. Reputed as the oldest of its kind in the world (130 million years old), it has evolved amid natural disasters and been generally unmolested by human civilisation — creating an epicentre for the most diverse distribution of flora and fauna on the planet. There’s… Read More »

Soaking in healthy prohibited springs during Mount Kinabalu, Sabah

Soaking in healthy prohibited springs during Mount Kinabalu, Sabah Located during a feet of Mount Kinabalu, Poring Hot Springs is an alfresco sulphur open with an altitude of about 1600 feet. It is famous for a efficacy in treating skin diseases. The sulphur spas are perfect to modernise you, generally for relieving your bruise muscles after… Read More »