A Weekend Escape At The Sapi Island!

A Weekend Escape At The Sapi Island!

A Weekend Escape At The Sapi Island!

26

July, 2017

If you ask me about the Island nearby, i would definitely suggest you going to Sapi Island just about 15 Minutes from the Kota Kinabalu City Centre. Sapi Island is one of the islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and it is well protected and preserved. One does not just visit the Island to have a look around. There are tons of things to do when you are in the Island. Go for a dive, snorkeling, picnic, swim, and many more.

Be welcome by the clear blue crystal clear ocean water of the island

Just look at that water, doesn’t it make you wanna jump in and just cool down. One of the must-not-miss activity to do when you’re in Sapi Island is of course the water sports activities. Go for the snorkeling and I bet that you won’t regret a thing as you can see a lot of beautiful coral reefs and fishes of all kinds. The amazing display of coral reefs will satisfy your eyes.

Put on your snorkeling mask and jump in! Don’t be shy to the fishes!
Mask Up and it’s Time To Dive!

Other than snorkeling, you can also go for the dive. Pulau Sapi has one of the best diving spots nearby Kota Kinabalu City. You will see many sea life and also corals. The Dive Masters will guide you to some of the best eye satisfying corals that you will ever see and I bet it’ll be a memorable one for the rest of your life. 

For the food, you can always head to the next island to grab a little or maybe a big lunch. The Padang Point beach that is only at the opposite of the Sapi Island and you can grab a quick lunch there. There is a few restaurants that operate on the island and they serve a variety of food like fried noodles, rice, and many more.

A Weekend Escape At The Sapi Island!
Here are some of the happy guest of Pulau Sapi enjoying their local lunch

Another thing that you shouldn’t miss when you’re in Sapi Island is the Zipline. It is definitely something very different from any other zipline that you will ever experience. Glide across from one island to the other island and pass through the clear blue crystal clear water and corals below.

A Weekend Escape At The Sapi Island!
The Breathtaking Views, The Adrenaline Rush and Just Pure Joy!
A Weekend Escape At The Sapi Island!
It’s the Amazing Coral Flyers!

The Coral Flyer Zipline was recently launched to offer a buzz of adrenaline rush for thrill seekers out there! From Gaya Island, you get on the zipline crossing to Sapi Island and it is super fun as you can see the excitement just by looking at the pictures. It made me super stoked seeing the pictures and it made me want to experience it myself and get that good dose of adrenaline rush.

A Weekend Escape At The Sapi Island!
Strap your camera with you and don’t forget to capture that unforgettable moment zipping across from Gaya Island to Sapi Island.

The experience I had in Sapi Island is superb and I would really recommend anyone to visit the island if they’re looking for a place to chill and just de-stress from the concrete jungles of the Kota Kinabalu City. Just take a 15 minutes boat ride from Jesselton Point to reach the Paradise Island and don’t forget to leave your problems behind okay.

A Weekend Escape At The Sapi Island!
Just enjoy the sun and just enjoy the relaxing ocean breeze as it blows all your troubles away! ^^

Apart from going to Sapi Island for day trip, there are also few places that you can spend for a day trip in your Borneo Holiday. Do check out our blog on Top 5-day trips to do in Sabah

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Newbie guide to Rainforest World Music Festival

Newbie guide to Rainforest World Music Festival

Newbie guide to Rainforest World Music Festival

24

July, 2017

Going to the 20th edition of Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF) last weekend was a first time for me. I can admit, the festival can be a little bit intimidating because it seems I have to prepare a lot of things before going there. Anyway, RWMF will hold again next year on 13-15th July 2018, and here I’ve compiled a list of guide for those who planned to go RWMF next year. I hope you will find this list of guides helpful before going to RWMF, because I learned my lesson.

What is Rainforest World Music Festival?

Rainforest World Music Festival is an annual three-day music festival which is held in Sarawak Cultural Village Kuching, Sarawak. The festival invites all international and local music artists from around the globe to perform and showcase their ethnic and cultural music. From gypsy music( Romengo), to the electro-folk music (Okra Playground), African Uhadi traditional instrument, to Sarawak Sape musical instrument. Not forgetting, the amazing dance performance by the O Tahiti E. This is truly the type of music that you can find in RWMF; either on the stage performance, creative workshops, or interactive demo.

Newbie Guide to RWMF

Before the festival: 

1. Be sure to buy the RWMF tickets as early as possible.

The price of the entrance ticket can be a bit overwhelming if you did not purchase it in advance. So, when you see there’s somebody updating RWMF tickets available for purchase online, grab the chance to get the tickets at a cheaper price! There are also family package tickets available for 2 adults and 2 children.

Tips: don’t forget to print out the entrance tickets that you purchased online and bring it to the entrance gate on the day of the festival.  

2. Book your flight and accommodation early.

Do not book last minute for your flight and accommodation because this festival is an internationally renowned festival, which means there will be a possibility that it’s fully booked.

3. Purchase 1-day pass entrance ticket.

Since you are a newbie to RWMF, it is better to purchase the 1-day pass entrance ticket, in order for you to get the feel of the festival. On top of that, the performance and events for the three days festival are almost the same. I think it would be best to purchase the last day pass entrance ticket, so you can witness the amazing grand finale performance.

On the day of the festival: 

1. No need to come early

Since you are a newbie to RWMF, it is better to purchase the 1-day pass entrance ticket, in order for you to get the feel of the festival. On top of that, the performance and events for the three days festival are almost the same. I think it would be best to purchase the last day pass entrance ticket, so you can witness the amazing grand finale performance.

2. How to get there?

To reach RWMF, it is a 45-minutes drive distance. If you don’t have a car, it would be good if you purchase the tickets for a shuttle bus from the Kuching city to the Sarawak Cultural Village for only MYR 15. In addition, you can also use GrabCar to reach Sarawak Cultural Village for about MYR 26.

Extra tips: For those who plan to bring a car, there are limited car-parking facilities, you would need to park your car at the One Hotel Santubong area, and follow the shuttle van to and fro to the Sarawak Cultural Village. However, you would need to pay MYR 14 per trip (to and fro).

Newbie guide to Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF)

3. Have your late breakfast/ early lunch before going

Before going to RWMF, it is BEST for you to have an early lunch or late breakfast. This is because the food is rather pricey at the RWMF. Unfortunately, you are not encouraged to bring outside food and drinks to the festival.

4. Bring plenty of cash

Since there will be a lot of cash usage, even before you enter the entrance of Sarawak Cultural Village, it is best you bring plenty of cash. No vendors there will accept credit/debit cards, and there is also no ATM machines available at the Sarawak Cultural Village.

5. Wear comfy and light cloth (and bring extra clothing)

You will be spending one whole day at the RWMF, especially if you intend to go there in the afternoon for the workshops and stay until the evening concert. Not only can that, wearing comfy and light clothes help you to ease yourself from the blistering heat. I made the wrong choice to wear a black t shirt that day, and I was sweating buckets!!

Note: There is a shower facility available just outside the festival at the Damai Central. So, you won’t need to worry about looking for a place for a shower.

Newbie guide to Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF)

6. Be prepared; bring your raincoat, waterproof bags and slippers/sandals

Be ready to expect the unexpected of weather. Last RWMF, it was raining heavily in the evening and we were all soaked with wet and muddy ground. Bear in mind that this festival is held in Borneo jungle, and it’s a rain or shine festival, so be prepared to get wet! Bring a waterproof bag to keep your valuable things dry, or maybe just use a plastic bag and it should be enough.

Newbie guide to Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF)

7. Hand fan and sunglasses 

When the heat strikes, these two things are what you need! Don’t forget to bring a hand fan and wear sunglasses during the festival. Apart from avoiding the heat, accessorize yourself with sunglasses to go with the festival look!

8. Sunscreen and insect repellent

Malaysia heat can be very ruthless. So, it is best to put some sunscreen except you don’t mind to get burn like a lobster. 😛 Apart from that, it is absolutely a MUST to use insect repellent when you are at the festival. Who would want their day at the festival get spoiled because of insect bites?

9. Bring plenty of water

It will be blistering heat during the day at the festival, do not forget to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day. It would be such a spoil day if you got sick and could not enjoy the festival.

10. Bring your own foldable chairs, mats, or scarf for sitting on the ground

Most people do not know about this, even myself, but you are definitely encouraged to bring your own foldable chairs, mats or scarf so you can use it to sit on the ground. There are limited sitting chairs at the festival, to avoid being tired from walking, you can just spread your own mats or scarf, sit on the ground and enjoy the show.

Newbie guide to Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF)

Last but not least, have fun at the festival and hope this guide will help you to get ready for next year RWMF! See you! Check out our blog!

If you plan to travel Sarawak, you can check out what we offer to you on our Sarawak Tours.

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Tuhau – Kadazandusun Traditional Food of Sabah

Tuhau – Kadazandusun Traditional Food of Sabah

Tuhau – Traditional Food of Sabah

19

July, 2017

Tuhau – you either hate it or love it…

Tuhau is one of the most popular traditional food in Sabah.Tuhau is scientifically known as etlingera coccinea, and is endemic to Borneo. It is wild ginger that grows in Sabah Borneo jungle, and it can be found mostly in the interior parts of Sabah; which are Tambunan, Keningau, and Ranau – a place that have major Kadazandusun community. Thus, tuhau is a popular food among the Kadazandusun community.
 

Some people or for the first timers, may not like the tuhau because of it stringent and strong smell. It smells quite similar to the small beetle insect called “posisang” local Kadazandusun dialect. Most people endure the smell and have a go at the tuhau, which in turn, makes them very fond of the taste and they forget about the pungent smell of tuhau. Although it is wild ginger, it does not taste anything like ginger, but it is. So, you can either love it or hate it due to its distinctive smell.

Tuhau is not actually a dish per se, but you can think of it as a condiment in traditional dishes. It is a flexible delicacy as it can be cooked in various methods of cooking that depends on your taste, origins, and creativity. One of the cooking method of tuhau is, it can be eaten as an appetizer, you will only need to mince it into small pieces, then mix and stir the tuhau with a pinch of salt, lime juice ( you can also use vinegar as an alternative ingredient), equally tiny bits of diced chili and diced garlic. It is best to consume the tuhau with white rice. 

Tuhau - Traditional Food of Sabah

Tuhau as appetizer

Tuhau - Traditional Food of Sabah

Tuhau in container packaging

 

Local Kadazandusun usually fry the tuhau with salted fish or cooked stew with “Pinasakan” (Another traditional dish of braised basung fish mixed with takob akob, a tangy wild fruit that is mainly harvested for its skin). If you want to know more on “Pinasakan” , feel free to read our other blog post on “The PINASAKAN Popular Dish Among The Kadazan Dusun”. Tuhau also can be made into spicy sambal or made into dried tuhau floss.

 

Tuhau - Traditional Food of Sabah

Tuhau Floss or Serunding Tuhau

Tuhau - Traditional Food of Sabah

Tuhau cooked with Salted Fish

Apart from its distinctive smell but delicious taste, tuhau is believed to have medicinal benefit. It contains a very high fiber content, antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Thus, tuhau can clean out dirty blood, as well as reduce high blood pressure, which makes the tuhau a delicacy for health.

Tuhau is available all year round and can be found at local market or tamu around Sabah. The tuhau are sold in raw form, pickled and sold in jars, or dried tuhau floss in small container. If you are looking for a place to try out this local delicacy, you can drop by to D’Place Kinabalu, Tavern Kitchen & Bar, or some local restaurant in Sabah, or asked the locals to point out to where you can get them! So, if you haven’t tried out tuhau, be sure to give it a try once you’re in Sabah. Who knows, maybe you will wish you have tried tuhau earlier?

Pulau Tiga- The Survivor island

Tuhau can be found in local market or Tamu all year long.

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Pulau Tiga – The Survivor Island!

Pulau Tiga – The Survivor Island!

Pulau Tiga – The Survivor Island!

13

July, 2017

With a little bit of Kuala Penyu…

Pulau Tiga Island or Survivor Island is one of the beautiful islands that are nearby to Kota Kinabalu City. It is one of the best places to chill out and just relax if you are planning to have a relaxing Island escape away from the busy bustling city life.120km away from Kota Kinabalu City, only about 2 hours drive to reach to Kuala Penyu town which is the starting point to Pulau Tiga Island. Kuala Penyu is a very small and quiet town that is not crowded and the best part is, you will never have to face and get stuck in a traffic jam in Kuala Penyu.  

Pulau Tiga- The Survivor island
Pulau Tiga- The Survivor island

A wide selection of fresh fishes, squids, shrimps, crabs and many more at the Kuala Penyu Fish Market.

Pulau Tiga- The Survivor island

Waiting at Kuala Penyu Jetty before boat transfer to the island.

Kuala Penyu is also the best place to get fresh seafood. Hit the local fish market to see a large variety of all kinds of weird, unique, and interesting looking fish, squids, and shells, that is being sold in the fish market. When it comes to the prices, they are super cheap compared to the ones you find in the Kota Kinabalu City Fish Markets.

Clear blue sky, crystal clear blue water, and white sandy beaches, you can’t expect anything less. This surely is the perfect island to be in away from all the concrete jungles and the crazy traffic jams of the city area. Go for a swim, snorkel around the coral reefs, or go for a fun kayaking session around the island. When you talk about the wildlife, don’t worry you will see loads of them on the island. Monitor Lizards, Macaque Monkeys, Snakes, Birds and many more. The common one is the monitor lizards as they are always hanging around the resort area waiting for any leftovers from the visitors.

A common sight in the island. The Monitor Lizards in the island likes to hang around the beach area.

One of the unique species that you can see in Pulau Tiga is the Bornean Mud Man! You will be seeing them a lot running out from the jungle and straight to the sea.

Pulau Tiga- The Survivor island

A group of men in mud.

You can always see them near the beaches, Watch out for the Bornean Mud Man! Haha! Just joking, these are the visitors from the Volcano Mud Pool. 

Dip into the island’s volcano mud

Ever dreamt of jumping into a mud-filled pool? Come to Pulau Tiga and make your childhood dream a reality. Join us on our Pulau Tiga Island Tour

So, What is the Volcano Mud Pool?… 

There are three Mud Volcano Pool in Pulau Tiga Island but the other two is dried and the one that is active can be easily be reached from the beach area. The active and largest pool is just located in the centre of the island. Just take a short 2km trek through the jungle and you will reach there in no time. A visit to Pulau Tiga is not complete without getting yourself covered in mud and some say that the mud contains medicinal and therapeutic properties that is good for the skin but most of the people only jump in to have fun. You’ll be amazed how you can easily float in the mud you won’t sink in the mud so don’t worry on that.

Pulau Tiga- The Survivor island

Time to get down and muddy! Jump in! It’s now or never! Photo by Freudenthal

Pulau Tiga- The Survivor island

Mud Bath in Pulau Tiga. Photo by Justin


The jetty area is also a good place to chill and relax at night. Enjoy the cool ocean breeze and the sound of the crashing waves. You can see a variety of different species of fish that is around the jetty area

There’s one more thing not most people know why Pulau Tiga is also called the Survivor Island. Back in year 2000 there’s a British Reality Game Show called Survivor and that was held in Pulau Tiga with 16 American Competitors and that is where Pulau Tiga got it’s name the Survivor Island.


This is where Pulau Tiga got its second name; the Survivor Island

Snorkel around the reefs of Pulau Tiga and you’ll be amazed to see the amazing display of beautiful coral reefs and also the wide variety of colourful fishes around the coral areas. There is so much to see that you wish you have more time in the water. Look at that clear blue water, doesn’t it make you wanna jump? I wouldn’t think twice to jump in it.

Snorkel around the reefs of Pulau Tiga

One of the places you can visit when you are in Pulau Tiga is another island that is nearby to Pulau Tiga Island and getting there will only take about 20 minutes boat ride. It’s a small island with beautiful corals surrounding it. Believe it or not, the name of the island is Pulau Ular or Snake Island.

Snake Island

The Island itself doesn’t look that scary like the name. The water are super crystal clear and when you’re on the island watch out for your steps and always be cautious.

You can spot Borneo Pygmy Elephants there too!

The poisonous sea snakes is pretty but deadly. Not to worry as they tend to hide under the rocks and avoid human contact. They’re quite shy around people but when you see one please do not go too near to them if you want to avoid a trip to stay at the luxurious hospital bed

Watch your step people!

Amazing view of the beach

Other than the Snake Island, check out the Pulau Tiga Sandspit Island! It is one of the unique islands that you shouldn’t miss during your stay in Pulau Tiga. Walk on the sand bars to reach the other end of the island. It’ll make you feel like walking on the water.

A long stretch of white sandy beach and the clear blue ocean water. Simply relaxing! You’ll have nothing but a peace of mind away from all the chaotic city life

Just look at that clear blue water. It is so magical it makes you want to jump in for a short dip or maybe a long dip.

Another not to be missed thing to do is to take pictures with the Survivor Island Signboard! Your visit to the island will not be complete without a picture of it. Overall our stay here in Pulau Tiga is totally worth it and i’d say that the experience here is really different with any other island in Sabah. We got to experience of jumping into a Volcano Mud Pool, the relaxing surroundings of the island and many more. So next time if you are planning to have a weekend island escape, put Pulau Tiga in your list. It’ll be super worth it!

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Kampung Babagon Tagal River

Kampung Babagon Tagal River

KAMPUNG BABAGON TAGAL RIVER

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July, 2017

Kampung Babagon Tagal

Look out for this very Fishy Road Sign that will lead you straight to Kampung Babagon River Tagal.

Want to enjoy some relaxing cold crystal clear water without going to the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park Islands or spend a day away from the stressful city life? Here’s what you can do if you’re planning to go somewhere nearby, there’s a place called the Babagon Tagal River In Penampang which will only take about 30-40 Minutes drive from the Kota Kinabalu city centre.

Make sure to bring some extra clothes and towels because there are gonna be a lot of swimming when you are there. Let’s see if the crystal clear water doesn’t make you want to jump in to have a short dip. Trust me you won’t regret a single bit as the cold crystal clear water will take away your stress and put you in the most relaxing state ever. Have a dip and just relax at the riverside and enjoy the calming sights and sounds of nature at its finest. Throw away all your problems and leave all your troubles in the city and just enjoy.

Kampung Babagon Tagal River

Well! What are you waiting for? Christmas!? Jump In! In Ya Go!

Super tempting crystal clear water that is super hard to resist not to go in. If you ask me, I think you wouldn’t have the chance to ask because I’ll be the first one to jump in before you get the chance to ask.

Other than swimming in the amazing crystal clear water, Babagon river is also one the best place to bring the family along as it has a lot of family activities to do there and one of it is to have your riverside family picnic. Enjoy the scenic views and also the relaxing surroundings together with your family and friends. Enjoy some barbecue wings along the river, and top it up with some cold drinks to complete your weekend escape from the city life.

Kampung Babagon Tagal River

Enjoy your riverside barbeque lunch with your family and friends and just relax

Kampung Babagon Tagal River

You can always use the public picnic area to have your small gatherings and barbeque party with your family and friends

When you’re in Kampung Babagon, you will have the chance to see the daily life of the local villagers there as there are many farms and fruits orchards in the area. So chances of you seeing the locals carrying fruits around the area is quite normal there. Don’t be shy with the locals as they are very friendly and welcoming to almost anyone who visits, just ask them politely and they might sell you some of their freshly grown fruits or maybe get a sample of it.

Kampung Babagon Tagal River

The famous Babagon River Underwater Bridge. Photo by: Desmond Chung

Kampung Babagon Tagal River
Kampung Babagon Tagal River

The normal everyday life of the locals in Kampung Babagon. This is a common sight

Kampung Babagon Tagal River

Wanna wash your car? You can do it here. Just find a good parking spot near the Babagon River underwater bridge and let the washing begin! Photo by: Nelson Michael

One of my favourite thing to do in Kampung Babagon River is of course FISHING! With the proper permits and agreements from the head of the village, you will be allowed to fish the river with one rule that is always Catch and Release all the fishes you caught. Here’s a brief introduction about the tagal system. Tagal is a system that is applied to most of the rivers here in Sabah and it is aimed to conserve and protect the rivers and also the Pelian or Mahseer fish from being over harvested. Each tagal river is a no go for fishing and it is only opened once a year for the local villagers to harvest the fishes in the river.

Kampung Babagon Tagal River
Kampung Babagon Tagal River

One of the fine examples of the healthy Mahseer Fish caught in the Babagon River. Catch, Photo, and Release! Thanks for the thrill!

In my opinion, Babagon River is one of the best places to visit and the best part is that it is not very far from Kota Kinabalu City Centre. Don’t know where to go for the weekends, plan your trip up to Kampung Babagon Tagal River and enjoy!

Do you want to know the top 5 day trips that you can do in Sabah Borneo? click here to read our blog on “Top 5 Day Trips To Do in Sabah Borneo“.

 

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TOP 5 DAY TRIPS TO DO IN SABAH BORNEO

TOP 5 DAY TRIPS TO DO IN SABAH BORNEO

TOP 5 DAY TRIPS TO DO IN SABAH BORNEO

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June, 2017

Sabah, Borneo’s lush tropical rainforest and rich coral reefs, and colourful culture has made Sabah a great place to travel. Incorporate them with the relatively low prices for travelers has put Sabah as a must go-to place to visit. The only way to really experience the beauty of Sabah is basically to backpack your way from one end to the other. But if you don’t have the time, there are still many things to do on a daily basis.

5. Quad Biking in Kinabalu

Adventurous is your middle name? Then try out quad biking through dirt roads, up and down muddy slopes, across lush greeneries, and feeling the cool breeze on your face, all while having Mount Kinabalu as your backdrop.

4. River Cruise

Nature lover by heart, but not much time to kill? Enjoy a slow river cruise down the Weston Wetland Park and get the chance to see the endemic Proboscis Monkeys in the wild. Not to mention other wildlife as well, such as Flying Foxes, various types of Langurs, Crocodiles, and loads more. In the evening, be awed by a special performance from the Fire Flies with their “flashing lights” in their habitat.

For more information, check out our Proboscis Monkey River Cruise tour, or you can read our blog on Weston River Cruise for you to get the feel before deciding to go for a visit. 

3. Mari Mari Cultural Village

Sabah Borneo’s culture is rich and diverse and oh so interesting! You might not have the chance to stay with a native family for the next few days, but you can head on over to Mari Mari Cultural Village to experience and learn about Sabah’s diverse ethnicity. From their customs and beliefs, the way they do their chores, cook their food (with wood), how they greet, and so much more! You even have the chance to try out some local delicacies. Something not to be missed!

Feel free to read our blog as we share our trip to Mari Mari Cultural Village day trip.

2. City and Nature Tour

Want to know more about the history, architecture, and nature within a day but you just don’t know where to start? Ask the experts and they’ll be glad to show you a few places which fit nicely within a day. Do you know that Borneo was once colonized by the British Colony? They left many of their trails in Sabah and the history behind it is wonderful! Knowing that Sabah is predominantly indigenous people, you’ll be amazed at how mesmerizing the Floating Mosque looks like. Venturing into villages, you’ll see how fast scenery changes from concrete jungles to green landscapes, you’d think you just crossed borders! For booking tour, you can look up our Kota Kinabalu City and Nature Tour

1. Taste of Borneo Cooking Class

Sabah Borneo not only has you loving its’ food, it’ll want you to share it with your loved ones too. What better way then if not to learn it? Within a day, you’ll be able to learn several local dishes, which are pretty simple and taste nothing like the foods you eat in the shop. Authenticity is what it is and you’ll even mingle around with locals in the fresh market and get your hands down and dirty mixing up all the local ingredients to whip yourself a local cuisine in no time. To know more on how to join this authentic Borneo Cooking Class in Sabah, feel free to contact us here. Moreover, you can read our blog as we share our experience on the Unique Taste Of Borneo Cooking Class Tour.

 

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