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Discovering Sabah

Sabah offers an astonishing diversity of landscapes and people, as well as richly varied plant and animal life, yet surprisingly little is known about the treasures of this Malaysian Borneo state. Its landscapes range from long white sandy beaches to magnificent rain forests and Malaysia’s largest freshwater floodplain, home to Borneo’s unique proboscis [...]

Gunung Mulu National Park; A guide to : A World Heritage Site in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo

The authors of this book have been known to be authorities on the subject of National Parks in Sarawak (Malaysian Borneo)after having written a book on that subject. Throughout their professional careers they have been involved in exploring the rich biodiversity wealth of Borneo particularly that of Sarawak. One of the world’s renowned [...]

Kinabalu Park: Sabah Malaysian Borneo

Rising out of the humid, lowland rainforest to a height of over 4,000 metres, (13,000 feet), Kinabalu is one of the most impressive mountains in Asia. Ever since the first expeditions to the region Kinabalu Park has been known as one of the world’s richest centres of biodiversity, with over 5,000 species of [...]

Reefs & Rain Forest; The Natural Heritage of Malaysia Borneo

THE NATURAL HERITAGE OF MALAYSIAN BORNEO is Murray S. Kaufman’s graceful essay about the two most important, primal, and endangered ecosytems on Earth (reefs and rainforests). Kaufman decribes them as “the last living Eden” and has, for more than seven years, photographed the beauty and fragility “of a part world little known and [...]

Rhododendrons of Sabah Malaysian Borneo

This book is the product of many years of fieldwork by the authors. It can be used at three levels. Firstly, it is a comprehensive account of Sabah rhododendrons which can be appreciated for their form and variety in a purely visual manner. Secondly, the book will enable identification of the species seen [...]

The Fishes of Kuching Rivers; A Field Guide

A Field Guide to the Fishes of Kuching Rivers, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo introduces the nontaxonomic reader to the variety of fish species in the mostly estuarine rivers running through the city of Kuching. Many of the species are illustrated with some of the most stunning photography yet seen in any fish guide.One hundred [...]

Wanderer in Malaysia Borneo

Sabah (Land Below the Wirid), and Sarawak (Land of the Hornbill), are the two states which make up East Malaysia. Situated on the northwest coast of the island of Borneo, they are separated by 400 miles of sea from the West Malaysian peninsula. To those who reach their shores, Sabah and Sarawak reveal [...]

Water Land Cities, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo

Water, Land, Cities, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo’, contains full size photos and snapshots, with short written introductions, of particular Sabah environments, and the extent to which they are undergoing change as the State develops and the need for the resources of land and sea increases. In the process, the books displays the remarkable patterns, [...]