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1. Study Challenges Assumptions on Borneo Deforestation
October 07, 2016

Home to a dizzying array of endemic flora and fauna, Borneo’s rainforests are among the globe’s most precious. And yet, no other tropical landscape is being lost as fast, with a third of the island’s old-growth forests – a chunk nearly the size of Syria – having been lost over the last four decades. Many point to the expansion of industrial agriculture to explain the loss; in particular, the boom in palm oil plantations, which today cover some 10 percent of the island’s 74.3 million...... (read more)

2. Nothing to See Here: Southeast Asia Flummoxed by Haze Study
September 21, 2016

Indonesian, Malaysian and Singaporean authorities have dismissed research that smoky haze from catastrophic forest fires in Indonesia last year caused 100,000 deaths. Some even contend the haze caused no serious health problems, but experts say those assertions contradict well-established science.   Last year's fires in Sumatra and the Indonesian part of Borneo were the worst since 1997, burning about 261,000 hectares of forests and peatland and sending haze across the region for...... (read more)

3. Indonesia Steps Up Fire Response as Haze Blankets Singapore
August 26, 2016

Six Indonesian provinces have declared states of emergency as forest fires blanketed a swath of Southeast Asia in a smoky haze. Singapore's air quality deteriorated to unhealthy levels on Friday as winds blew smoke from fires on Sumatra, where millions of people are already affected by haze, across the city-state and into southern Malaysia. The number of hotspots detected in Sumatra and Borneo by weather satellites has increased in the past month though they are below levels last...... (read more)

4. 3 Indonesians Kidnapped by Suspected Abu Sayyaf Militants
July 10, 2016

JAKARTA— Suspected Abu Sayyaf militants kidnapped three Indonesian fishermen on the weekend in the latest in a series of incidents highlighting weak security in the Cerebes Sea that borders Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. The head of Indonesia's intelligence agency said Monday that the men were working on a Malaysian fishing boat off Lahad Datu in the Malaysian part of northern Borneo. Sutiyoso, who goes by one name, said the kidnappers fled with their hostages into Philippine waters. Several crew on the fishing boat escaped and are now in Malaysia. Indonesia, Malaysia... (read more)

5. Indonesian Sailors Kidnapped in Southern Philippines
March 28, 2016

Indonesia's foreign ministry says ten Indonesian nationals are being held hostage in the southern Philippines after their ship was hijacked by Islamic militants. The ten were crew members on a tug boat that was pulling a coal barge from Borneo island to Batangas in the southern Philippines last week when it was seized. The ministry says the owner of the vessels has received a ransom demand Saturday from someone claiming to be a member of Abu Sayyaf, an Islamic militant group notorious for bombings, kidnappings and beheadings for nearly two decades. The tug boat has since been r... (read more)

6. Chinese, Indonesian Fishery Dispute Rekindles Competing Seas Claims
March 24, 2016

JAKARTA— Tension is mounting between China and neighboring Indonesia after a recent fishery dispute brought to light their competing claims over the 200-nautical miles exclusive economic zone (EEZ) surrounding the Natuna Islands, which sit northwest of the island of Borneo in the disputed South China Sea. Analysts say China, while standing firm on its maritime claims, will refrain from irritating Indonesia, which has threatened to bring Beijing to the international arbitration court for a clarification over the Natuna situation. But that doesn’t mean China is ready to make anoth... (read more)

7. Guide to travel in Malaysia
November 19, 2015

Book cheap flights to Malaysia, tourists will have the opportunity to discover diverse cultures, rich history, beautiful landscapes and friendly people. Malaysia is considered an ideal destination in Asia tours. Malaysia is located in the southeast of Asia consisting of Malaysia Peninsula and the north of Borneo Island. Malaysia ranks the fifth position in South East Asia. Malaysia has 2,669km border line, adjacent to three countries Thailand, Brunei and Indonesia. It owns a long coastline of 4,675 km. Malaysia has a total landmass of 329,847 square kilometers separated by the South China Sea... (read more)

Author: Dung Nguyen Manh

8. What Should You Know Before Going To Buy Kratom Online
November 07, 2013

From the contemporary times people usually turn up to their doctors and pharmacists for solutions to their stressed lives and emotions that require to be controlled. The glitches like discontent and anxiety are prominently major issue in the lives of most humans which later on emerges in the form of health issues causing real sickness. But it is not always necessarily to get prescriptions and pump your vein with chemicals to get instant solutions to such issues and problems. The perfect tool and the most productive way to lead happier and stress free life is, using kratom and its products. ... (read more)

Author: Andrew Valliam

9. Sabah Booking - Your most trusted partner in arranging for Sabah holiday
October 17, 2013

Located on the beautiful island of Borneo, Sabah is the second largest state of Malaysia. Popularly known as the “land below the wind”, Sabah is a favorite holiday destination of many around the world. The place is fun in every sense with nature diversity, unique cultures, fun adventure, beautiful beaches, and fantastic cuisines. It is perfect for those adventurous taste buds as well as the so-in-love honeymooners. The place is known not only for its natural beauty but also for the hospitality that its people provide to the guests. So if you are planning to take some time off from your stressf... (read more)

Author: Sabah Booking

10. Retreat in Luxury at a Kuala Lumpur Spa
September 11, 2013

The coastal land of Malaysia conjures a resplendent image of the vast blue sea; lush, tropical rainforest and assimilation of diverse cultures that give way to hundreds of colorful festivals. Located partly on a peninsula of the Asian mainland and partly on the Northern part of the island of Borneo, this beautiful nation is the 9th most visited destination in the world. While a large number of tourists are allured by the bounty of nature, secluded islands and developed infrastructure, Malaysia has also surfaced as a leading wellness destination. According to the World Tourism Organizatio... (read more)

Author: Sapna Mishra

11. Malaysia Holidays are Incomplete without a Visit to the Fascinating Pangkor Island
August 21, 2013

Malaysia is a multi-cultural country, where people of different identities live together in harmony and peace. The country has two distinct regions, the Borneo (an island adjacent to Indonesia and Brunei) with granite peaks, wild jungles and many remote tribes. The other region is a peninsula, with its capital being Kuala Lumpur, where you will find a population belonging to Malay, Chinese and Indian ethnicity. Malaysia, a colourful south-east Asian country, has a tropical climate with temperature almost most part of the year, ranging from 21°C to 32°C. Comprising beautiful islands, rich mangr... (read more)

Author: Naveen Sehgal

12. Bako National Park: The Smallest Park in Sarawak
August 08, 2013

Visiting Malaysia need not be all about the shopping and sightseeing, it can also be about connecting with nature and what better way to achieve this than to visit one of Malaysia's famous National Parks. Bako National Park is a modern testament to the miraculous process of the natural formation of stunning landscapes. One of the smallest parks in Sarawak, located on Borneo, an island found in east Malaysia, the Bako National Park has witnessed millions of years of natural landscaping leaving the area with steep cliffs and sea arches created by years of sand erosion. Thus, the park is not only... (read more)

Author: Maggie Tulliver

13. Borneo motors' aftersales all-new online rewards programme asuccess - China Lcd Wrist Watch
July 26, 2013

By Angelina Dass SINGAPORE - With close to 1,000 sign-ups during its soft launchleading up to the unravelling of Borneo Motors' latest all-newonline rewards programme kicks it off to a formidable start. The all new Toyota ME - My Experience creates the ultimate customerexperience by rewarding their customers with a highly personalizedand experiential online loyalty rewards portal that is filled withexclusive one-of-a-kind privileges and world class services. With every dollar spent at all authorised Toyota Service andBodycare Centres, Toyota ME members get to earn points which can beused to... (read more)

Author: qrt etget

14. Asu compiles its annual list of world's top 10 new species - MR16 LED Lamp Manufacturer
July 07, 2013

In the forests of Myanmar is the monkey that sneezes every time itrains. In the mountains of Brazil is the blue, iridescent tarantula. And on the island of Borneo is the mushroom that acts like asponge, named after SpongeBob SquarePants, the cartoon character. ASU compiles Top 10 new species list These are among the roughly 18,000 new species that scientistsdiscovered last year, and they were unique and bizarre enough to beplaced on a top 10 new-species list by a team of internationalscientists. The annual list, compiled by the International Institute forSpecies Exploration at Arizona ... (read more)

Author: drtyhjk dfcvb

15. Southeast Asian Nations, Partners to Discuss Regional Security
June 19, 2013

BANGKOK — Foreign Ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and their dialogue partners are gathering in Brunei for a three-day meeting beginning June 29.  The ASEAN meetings are expected to discuss a range of security and economic issues.  Top diplomats representing the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, 16 Western and Asian countries, and the European Union will meet in Brunei, a sultanate on the Malaysian island of Borneo. The three-day ASEAN Regional Forum will address concerns about security issues in the Asia Pacific as well as political and econom... (read more)

16. Foods Cholesterol - Types Of Food To Eat High Cholesterol, Revealed
June 06, 2013

If you've been asking yourself, what kind of food to lower cholesterol should be consumed on a daily basis, I can only assume that you take your health seriously. So here's the good news. No need to travel to the jungles of Borneo to look for exotic food to eat high cholesterol. Any foods that help lower cholesterol can be found at your local mart. Cholesterol reducing diet does not mean liquid diet. You can be assured that there are actually a lot of choices of food to eat high cholesterol. However, it is useful to remember that the daily consumption of cholesterol is generally recommend... (read more)

Author: Rakesh Goyal

17. What you must Consider & Get ready Past Take part in the Kinabalu Off-road Climb
May 30, 2013

Individuals who like to discover different urban centers and aspects of the earth be forced to pay visiting Borneo. Borneo eco tour affords the very best family vacation you can enjoy with your friends and family. It is the 3rd greatest island on the globe found in Malaysia. Borneo possesses some top-class holiday destinations which Kinabalu Huge batch is one. Vacationers from all over the globe visit Borneo to travel to your Kinabalu Hill and luxuriate in Mt Kinabalu ascend. On the other hand ahead of taking part in Mt Kinabalu rising, it is important to stay in shape and great. This particul... (read more)

Author: locust online

18. Keresa plantations grows on rspo practices, smallholderco-operatives - Seamless Carbon Steel Pipes
May 30, 2013

Keresa Plantations, a local oil palm player is targeting 142,000metric tonnes (mt) of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) from its ownestates this year on the back of implementation of RoundtableSustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) practices along with contribution from participatingsmallholders. Plantation general manager AK Kumaran told The Borneo Post that the company had adopted Best Management Practices in order toimprove yield per hectare and oil extraction rates (OER). We have a Total Quality Management Unit to monitor all fieldoperations for continuous improvement approach. In 2012, KeresaMill Sdn B... (read more)

Author: wu chao

19. Malaysian Ferry Capsizes; 21 Missing
May 28, 2013

Malaysian officials say an overcrowded ferry boat has overturned in a river in a remote area of Borneo island, leaving at least 21 people missing.Police say the boat was carrying more than the recommended limit of 74 people Tuesday when it struck rocks and capsized on the Rajang River in the sparsely populated state of Sarawak.Most of the passengers were rescued by villagers or swam to shore. A rescue effort is underway to find the rest, with officials fearing that many passengers may be trapped inside.The accident occurred as the ferry was carrying passengers who were traveling for an upco... (read more)

20. Indonesia: il mix delle meraviglie!
May 17, 2013

Popolazioni antichissime con ancora le loro trazioni e riti propiziatori. Foreste tropicali di incredibile bellezza, le risaie a terrazze più famose del mondo, mare per appassionati di surf e kite surf, e mare per appassionati di diving. Tutto questo e molto più è l’Indonesia, una terra che conosciamo, che abbiamo visitato più volte, ma che non basterebbe una vita intera per visitarla tutta in quanto è l’arcipelago più grande del mondo con le sue circa 18 mila isole (c’è chi dice 19 mila). Tra queste l’isola del Sulawesi (grande oltre la metà dell’Italia) conosciuta anche come Celebes, dalla... (read more)

Author: Evolution Travel

21. Magnificent Malaysia Resorts Promise Munificent Facilities
May 17, 2013

Malaysia, which is situated in Southeast Asia and separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions, Peninsular Malasia and Malaysian Borneo, shares land borders with Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei. It covers a total landmassof 329.847 sq kms – enough space to house various Resorts which can offer viable experiences to travelers sojourning to Malaysia. Malaysia Resorts with Hotels in Kuala Lumpur as an intrinsic part of the larger complementary hospitality and tourism picture, offer facilities to global travelers sojourning here in pursuit of pleasure, for the conclusion ... (read more)

Author: Sapna Mishra

22. Island Hopping Kota Kinabalu
April 02, 2013

Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park comprises a group of five islands, are Sapi Island, Manukan Island, Gaya Island, Mamutik Island and Sulug Island. These island situated in Sabah, Borneo the third largest island in the world. Gaya island origins name come from the Bajau word. Gaya island is the largest island in the park, closest to downtown Kota Kinabalu formerly know Jesselton and is abundant with dense untouched tropical forest. Recent development in Gaya island, five stars resort name Gaya island Resort a high-end resort amazingly surrounded by white sandy beach, coral reefs and... (read more)

Author: Malcolm Wong

23. BBQ Snorkeling Sapi Island Kota Kinabalu
April 02, 2013

Borneo, the third largest island in the world, is shared among three nations. Malaysia's Sabah. Capitol for Sabah, Kota Kinabalu formerly known as Jesselton has some awesome dive sites, but if you are one of the hardcore beach dude just want to hang loose instead scuba diving, snorkelling is the right choice. Most of the islands in Kota Kinabalu also known Tunku Abdul Rahman Park have a good spot for snorkel activities with the white soft sandy beach and protected corals of course abundant of fishes. Not only for snorkel activities for scuba divers is a heaven dive sites plus there i... (read more)

Author: Malcolm Wong

24. Foods to Lower Cholesterol - kinds of Food to Eat for High Cholesterol Revealed
April 01, 2013

If you were to ask yourself a question about what type of foods to lower cholesterol should be consumed on a daily basis, I can only assume that you are taking your health seriously. So here's the good news. There is no need to travel to the jungles of Borneo to search for a genuine, exotic foods, eating high cholesterol. Any foods that help lower cholesterol can be found at your local mart. Cholesterol diet does not reduce the liquid diet. You can be sure that in fact there are many choices, high cholesterol food to eat. But it is useful to remember that the usual recommended daily consu... (read more)

Author: Rakesh Goyal

25. Travelling tips: Diving Spots in Borneo
March 18, 2013

Borneo diving possibly forms part of the wonderful diving experience a person can ever have. There is a need to consider this destination when planning your holiday. These world's best islands offer you unique and superlative diving experiences including seeing the underwater world. A person is bound to experience schools of parrot fish, clown fish barracuda and other types of rare fish found on these deeps and reefs; alongside the best instructors and resorts found here. You will also experience occasional rare sightings such as sharks, whales and other types of exquisite fish within these be... (read more)

Author: Maya Edberg

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