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India and Brunei will explore the possibilities of joint venture investment in the field of hotel industry and infrastructural development. Brunei will also consider investing in India’s hotel sector, which has been opened up for hundred percent foreign direct investment.
This was decided at a meeting held here today between Minister of Industry and Primary Resources of Brunei,
Sarawakan Stephen and Danish Tine had a dream. Now the dream has been fulfilled. They have established an art gallery and a homestay called Jungle Blues Dream in the Ulung Palang longhouse in Bario, an amazing village in the Kelabit Highlands of northeast Sarawak, close to the Kalimantan border.
Longhouse in middle surrounded by rice fields.The Bario plateau is remote without road or river transportation, and it is very peaceful. Around 1000 people live there, mainly Kelabits and Penans.
The village is rather widespread as there are paddy fields in between the longhouses and surrounded by forests. Trekking into the woods brings on delightful discoveries and so does walking to remote villages.
This cultural village is also the title of ‘Life Museum’ was built to preserve and exhibit cultural and artistic heritage of Sarawak state. The museum is located at Damai Beach, Santubong only 32 km from Kuching airport is the best place to recognize the culture and way of life of local communities.
Area of 17 acres of the township has a population of 150 people who flaunt the daily activities of the state of Sarawak tribes such as sago processing activities and producing handicrafts. They wear traditional clothes and make offerings of traditional dances for the visitors. It defines the villagers way of life and variety of their culture to visitors.
Sutera Harbour Resort is one of the premier resort in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. It is made up of The Magellan Sutera Resort and The Pacific Sutera Hotel, and has its own marina for yachts. Sutera Harbour Resort is situated just outside the city limit, on a beautiful stretch of water front. Although you can see the city from the resort, staying there is a relaxing and tranquil experience. You get a stunning view of the sunset over the South China Sea. It is far enough from the city to get away from the noise and yet near enough to make a day trip to the city very convenient.
A beautiful late afternoon at the Marina Club
One of Malaysia’s state successfully manage its natural resources to gain foreign exchange.The beauty of tourism in Sabah admirable.”That was my first impression on arrival at Kinabalu International Airport. The city has a population of about two thousand people in 2008 was able to embrace the foreign tourists, two million more. They come to enjoy the panoramic beauty of nature.
Atmosphere Kota Kinabalu itself looks clean with a beautiful city park.The traffic was too orderly, not jammed, and invisible street hawkers (street vendors) like in Indonesia.Special street vendors, government localize along the Kota Kinabalu Gaya Street in midtown.
Sabah’s natural attractions in the majority relies does have a natural tourist panorama sold.Start the panorama of nature such as protected forests of Mount Kinabalu National Park, coastal and marine tourism in Manukan and Sipadan Island.”Leading our tour is selling natural scenery,” said David Michael, from the STB.