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Hilton Kota Kinabalu Welcomes Guests in the Heart of Sabah

Hilton tannounced the grand launching of Hilton Kota Kinabalu, a 305-room hotel located in the center of Sabah’s capital city on 18th March 2017. An urban melting pot of Southeast Asian culture, Kota Kinabalu has emerged as a growing resort destination for local and international travelers alike due to its unparalleled access to Borneo’s pristine beaches, rugged mountain ranges and ...

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TLDM Open Day

        TLDM (Tentera Laut DiRaja Malaysia) or Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) held their annual open day at Sepanggar Bay navy bay from 30th April to 1st of May this year. This is the opportunity to see Malaysia Submarine (KD Tun Razak) and board the patrol vessel (KD Kedah). A must for big toys lover Scorpène class submarines, KD Tun Razak ...

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2nd FCAS International Dragon Boat Race

13 – 14 Jun 2015. Organised in conjuction with the Duan Wu Festival, this is Chinese tradition has evolved throughout the years into one of the main sporting events in Sabah. Watch in excitement as local and international teams beat their drums and synchronize their paddling, while racing for the finish line. Local Malaysian teams participatde in the Sabah Chief Minister Trophy ...

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Sabah Quake – How can you contribute

Earthquake of magnitude 6.0 struck Ranau, Sabah on 5 June 2015.  The earthquake was the strongest to affect Malaysia since 1976. Many of us are saddened by the news of affected victims. Many of us ask how can we help? Here are ways you can contribute .   1) Donate to the affected victims Robbi is one of the mountain guide attached ...

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Candlelight Vigil – Cahaya Lilin di Bawah Bayu

Kota Kinabalu folks gather at old welfare building (Street Art Graffiti Building) to pay respect to the Mount Kinabalu quake victims. Local artist groups (Craco Art Group) come out with graffiti at the old welfare building as remembrance for the Mount Kinabalu quake victim. “In solidarity with Everyone on Mount Kinabalu” and a drawing of mountain guide carrying an injured ...

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