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Places to visit in Sabah

Ranau No.1 POW camp

Ranau No.1 POW camp

Ever wondered what happened to the prisoners of war during the World War II who were forced to undergo the death march? Find out at the camp…
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Mind boggling art at Ocean7 Art Gallery

Mind boggling art at Ocean7 Art Gallery

You’ll definitely enjoy the mind teasers at Ocean7 Art Gallery…
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Places to stay in Sabah

Zara's Boutique Hotel

Zara's Boutique Hotel
Location: Kota Kinabalu (KK).
Description: After a long journey to Sabah, all you may be looking forward is a good rest at a comfortable hotel. Zara’s Boutique Hotel is one of the more affordable hotels in KK despite its luscious rooms. You’ll love the services as well. Click on the photograph to learn more.

Tambunan Village Homestay

Tambunan Village Homestay
Location: Tambunan.
Description: If you’re keen on learning something about the Tambunan folks, the best way is to reside with them at the Tambunan Village Homestay. You’ll learn about their cultures, traditions, not to mention the places of interest at the district.

Eating Out

Dim sum galore at Fook Yuen Restaurant in Oceanus

Dim sum galore at Fook Yuen Restaurant in Oceanus

Are you one of those who relish Dim Sums for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Then you would want to visit the Fook Yuen Restaurant at Oceanus…
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Only the best Italian cuisine at Little Italy Pasta and Pizza corner

Only the best Italian cuisine at Little Italy Pasta and Pizza corner

It is hard not to peer inside the Little Italy Pasta and Pizza corner as you walk pass by. The delicious aroma from their kitchen promises good and delicious food…
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Sharing Sabah through Photography

Tuhun do Sabah (People of Sabah)

“I was raised by my grandmother. My mother had to find work after my uncles chased away my father, a Timorese, because he didn’t pay the dowry for my mom when they got married. They told him “If you come back, we will slaughter you.’ So he didn’t come back again. We were thrown into a life of acute poverty and my mom had to go to Keningau to work. I was still a baby then. “
“I decided to get one made (a traditional and very pretty Lotud dress) so I could wear it for events like these.”
“Agazo da ginavo ku do mugad sikul. Zi akung nu au papabanal. Kaa dau, sumikul ko nopo om misuat ko nodi do suat. Ih tobpinai ku ngavi tongomuhok nokougad ngavi sikul. Izou nopo nga suon popokotop do kalabau.” — zi ina koupusan ku, Jovita Inim.
“There was Bajau fisherman who used this huge fishing net which was called ‘tansau’. He always dried the net here, which is now the site for SMK Tansau.”
“I began joining the Climbathon in 1988 and managed to get the seventh spot. Since then, I was hooked and except for one year, I have always taken part in the Climbathon. Last year, I managed to get third place. People often think I am from Ranau, but no, I come from Kampung Mantob in Kiulu which has a lot of hills. “
“We want to create students who excel in all fields. “
“I took over the satay business from my father, and my father took over from his father. My grandfather started the business a long time ago. It was a time when the site where Segama now stood was once part of the sea.”