Topic: Sabah Tourism
Hope for saving the Sumatran rhino
KUALA LUMPUR: A collaboration between Malaysia and Indonesia to conserve the Sumatran rhinoceros is set to go forward as early as next month.
Authorities condemn illegal fish bombing activities
KOTA KINABALU: Both Federal and Sabah state level tourism ministers have condemned illegal fish bombing activities here after the death of three divers in waters off Semporna in Sabah's east coast on Friday (July 5).
200,000 northern China tourists to visit Sabah, thanks to special flights
KOTA KINABALU: Some 200,000 northern China tourists are expected to visit Sabah in a year once chartered flights take off in three months’ time, according to one of the stakeholders.The long-term deal was the result of international travel collaboration between Cekal Aman Sdn Bhd (Malaysia) and its China charter flights partner, BJ ST International Travel Co Ltd (China), said Sabah Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Christina Liew BJ ST International Travel is a major operator involved in chartering flights out of China to Jeju City, South Korea, as well as Vietnam’s Nha Trang and Da Nang.
It’s farewell to precious Tam
KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia bids farewell to its last male Sumatran rhino, fondly known as Tam, after the animal died but there is still hope that it may contribute its genes to the preservation of the species.
Sumatran rhino’s health worrying
KOTA KINABALU: Tam, the last Sumatran rhinocerous in Malaysia, is not in the best of health, said Sabah Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister, Datuk Christina Liew.
Step up your game, tourism industry players urged
KOTA KINABALU: Tourism industry players in Sabah have been urged to step up their game following the resumption of the Electronic Travel Registration and Information (eNTRI) service for Chinese and Indian tourists.
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