Integrated Resort is not trending around the world because of its favorable prospects in strengthening the tourism sector of a locality. Read more here.
The Sepanggar Tunnel is to be opened this Saturday, November 18, 2017. It will be Sabah’s first twin tunnel. Click here to know the full story.
The Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation are giving lessons on Evils of Corruption Advantageous for future generations. Click here to read more.
The 2017 Signature Food Fest winners were awarded at the Grandis Hotels and Resorts. Click here to read more and view the results.
There have been improvements at the KK Port, especially on the relocation of general cargo to Sapangar Bay. Click here to read more.
Death of two pygmy elephants has raised the Sabah Endangered Wildlife for more protection from rangers. Click here to read the full story.
The Volunteer Smartphone Patrol (VSP) is a free web application which can be downloaded for free and helps to report directly and helps to prevent crimes
In the News – Protection for Sabahs Wildlife – Sedafiat Plans to Extend Business – Sabah Scholars Aiming High – Read the full stories here.
IN the News: Grace Charity raise funds for Sabah Thalassaemia Society and others – Cyber Bullying – Sharing of Hometown Stories
Jason Leong is setting his sights on representing Malaysia in the Funniest Person in the World competition, an international competition organized by Hollywood’s Laugh Factory.
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- Diverse Projects Attract Investors to Kota KinabaluDecember 31, 2018 - 8:58 am
Diverse Project Investors are being attracted to Kota Kinabalu due to Asian Pac Holdings, a Malaysian real estate developer, which allows two premier shopping destinations to enjoy their fame. Imago shopping mall and KK Times Square are best known around KK. Click here to read more.
- Sabah’s Endangered WildlifeDecember 27, 2017 - 2:31 pm
WWF-Malaysia they are committed to look after the survival of the elephants and other endangered wildlife. In order to do this, it was suggested that the Sabah government will allocate funds to hire and train more rangers