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The 5th Borneo Extravaganza: Uniquely Kalimantan

By • Sep 28th, 2012 • Category: Budget Travel Package & Interesting Places

For those who wish to explore the fascinating splendors of Borneo, The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy along with the four provincial governments in  Kalimantan will present the 5th Borneo Extravaganza at the Mal Taman Anggrek, West Jaka…



KOTA KINABALU: oldest rainforest in tropical island of Borneo – relaxing, diving, fishing, hiking, golfing – anything at for amazing vacation. hotes and info

By • Mar 31st, 2009 • Category: Cheap Hotels & Travel Information

Kota Kinabalu is situated on the tropical island of Borneo, and is the state capital of the Malaysian state Sabah, which is one of the two states of East Malaysia. The location of the city is absolutely amazing; and from the airport it is just a short ride to mostly any hotel. You find a […]



MALAYSIA: MONEY CURRENCY – try our free money converter right on – CLIMATE AND WEATHER – Know the atmoshere for better travel

By • Nov 19th, 2008 • Category: Malaysia

Malaysia money currency – any currency inquiry try currency converter on our right side bar Money. The unit of currency is the Malaysian Ringgit (RM) which is divided into 100 sen. Currency notes are in denominations of RM2, RM5, RM10, RM50, and RM100. Coins are issued in 1, 5, 10, 20, and 50 sen pieces. Coins […]



PULAU TIGA- FIRST SOLE SURVIVOR ISLAND – TRY VOLCANIC MUD BATH TO SMOOTH YOUR SKIN – PUMPING YOUR ADRENALIN FACING POISONOUS SEA SNAKES

By • Nov 18th, 2008 • Category: Malaysia

Pulau Tiga (the name means “Island of Three”) was formed on September 21, 1897 when a large earthquake on the Philippine island of Mindanao triggered a volcanic eruption just north of Borneo. The eruption of mud and rock formed a new island 66 feet (20 meters) wide. Over the next four decades, subsequent eruptions of […]