Clouded Leopard Caught On Camera

Posted on: July 8th, 2012 by Adrian No Comments
Clouded Leopard Caught On Camera

According to the Star Online, the elusive Clouded Leopard was captured on camera in the Malua Forest Reserve close to the Tabin Wildlife Reserve in Lahad Datu. The photograph was taken by The Danau Girang Field Centre.

Borneo Orangutan Holidays

Posted on: March 23rd, 2011 by Adrian 4 Comments

Sabah or North Borneo is a well known as a destination if you love nature and wildlife. Go on a orangutan safari to watch the world’s greatest primates in their natural habitat

10 Green Travel Tips

Posted on: March 12th, 2010 by Adrian 10 Comments

In support of Earth Day and Earth Hour, here are 10 Green travel tips. Earth Day is on 27th March 2010, from 8.30pm to 9.30pm (local time). Here are 10 simple green travel tips, which lets you enjoy your vacation while still contribute to going green.

Kinabalu Park Under Threat

Posted on: June 21st, 2009 by Adrian No Comments

Sabah Parks in battle against killer invasive alien species. Science fiction? Not quite. The flora and fauna in Kinabalu Park is indeed under threat from a species of flower foreign to Sabah. It is alien to Mount Kinabalu, is aggressive and has not natural enemy among the exotic flora of Kinabalu Park. This flower is the Dandelion. Has Dandelion done

Malaysian Box Turtles Disappearing

Posted on: January 17th, 2009 by Adrian 4 Comments
Malaysian Box Turtles Disappearing

The Malaysian Box Turtle is in danger due to over exploitation, despite a government ban on its export since 2005. Since the ban, export of turtles for the pet trade to Japan, Europe and the United States has ceased. But there are widespread evidence of illegal exports to Honk Kong, China, and to a less extend, Singapore. Exotic meats from

Rafflesia Flower

Posted on: December 31st, 2008 by Adrian No Comments
Rafflesia Flower

The Rafflesia is the largest flower in the world, weighing up to 7 kg (15 lb) and measuring up to 1 m across. Found in rainforests of East Malaysia, Sabah, it is a rare sight. I have never seen one in full bloom. The Rafflesia flower is unique because it is parasitic and has no stem, leaves or roots. It

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