The last living Malaysian female Sumatran rhinoceros is seriously ill. Sabah wildlife are doing all they can to treat the tumor in the rhino’s uterine, which has been bleeding for three days. Read the full story here!
Hotel Grandis, a recently proclaimed Blue Ribbon Awardee based in Kota Kinabalu, has plans to build a 5-star resort. Click here to read more.
Integrated Resort is not trending around the world because of its favorable prospects in strengthening the tourism sector of a locality. Read more here.
KK Christmas Celebration Slated December 11 to 14, 2017 with the theme “God’s Love, Man’s Hope”. Click here to read more.
Fishermen are being urged to adhere to the regulations governing marine resources to ensure its sustainability. Click here to read more.
A Bruneian crocodile hunter, Dionysius Wee, will holding shows abroad to help the orphans and charity. Click here to read the full story.
More males in Sabah are identified during the recent calculation of the populous state. Click here to read more about the MyCensus 2020.
Ten years ago, the State Government of Sabah made a decision to make tourism as the main driver for the development of the local economy. Continue reading.
There have been improvements at the KK Port, especially on the relocation of general cargo to Sapangar Bay. Click here to read more.
No terror threat to Prince Charles’ visit and their part of the celebration of the partnership of Britain with Commonwealth nations in this part of Asia.
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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