Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) (IATA: BKI, ICAO: WBKK) is an international airport serving Kota Kinabalu, the state capital of Sabah, Malaysia. It is located approximately 8 km (5.0 mi) southwest of the city centre. In 2013, 6.9 million passengers passed through the airport, making it the second busiest airport in Malaysia after Kuala, Read More

Text and Photos By: John Kong Sabah, Malaysian Borneo is home to Malaysia’s three highest mountains. If you plan to scale the top 3 peaks of Malaysia, Sabah is the place to visit.  Mt. Tambuyukon at 2,579 M, located 12 KM north of Mt. Kinabalu, always covered by cloud and mist during the day, Read More

TRIBUTE TO VALERIAN JOANNES  (25 Nov 1987 to 5 June 2015) I met Valerian in January 2014 when I was on assignment for Sabah Tourism Board & Sabah Parks Board of Trustees to develop guidebooks for the Kinabalu Park, Malaysia’s First World Heritage Site. I was also working on a coffee table book on, Read More

Our company Ebiz Design & Communications, has just completed the flyer for Borneo 360 Adventure Tours & Travel Sdn. Bhd.  Equipped with the largest boat along the Klias River, Borneo 360 has a double deck catamaran boat.  The height of the double deck will give guest exclusive view of wildlife up close and at eye, Read More

This is a close up view of the KM 6 to KM 7 section of the summit trail (Laban Rata to the Sayat Sayat) area of Mt. Kinabalu. A quake measuring 5.9 which hit the Ranau District on June 5, 2015 at 7.17 AM where 14 climbers and 4 mountain guides have perished.  The summit trail, Read More

FATHER & SON Mount Nongkok often known as “The Son of Mount Kinabalu”, is the little mountain that sits by the heel of Mt Kinabalu on the west side. Can be seen that both the Father and Son are scarred by the recent quake where the epicentre is located very near to the west, Read More

THE SKY OPENED After the Sogit which was performed this morning, the sky opened and Mt. Kinabalu is at full bloom again! Though now scarred from the landslides from the recent quake, she is still as majestic as ever all ready to rejuvenate. Sabahans and Malaysians, let’s pray that she shall forever be at, Read More

CYCLING What is the reason that we ride? We ride to go faster, to get stronger, to stay healthy and for the fun of it. But most of all, we ride because it fixes all the problems we have in life. We could have a big test, or a bunch of assignments, or be, Read More

Project FJ Cruiser is to build an overland expedition vehicle for my upcoming expedition trips across the island of Borneo and beyond. Either love it or hate it, the Toyota FJ Cruiser is a retro styled SUV with styling and off road performance reminiscent of the original Toyota FJ40 Land Cruisers. Available since 2006,, Read More

An anchovy fisherman on a boat making his way to the one of the hundreds of anchovy fishing platforms called Bagang at the Marudu Bay at Pitas, Sabah.