Malaysia Backpackers Destination and Homestay


Friday, March 28, 2008

Taman NegaraThe World's OLDEST RAIN FOREST-

Straddling the borders of Pahang, Terenggganu and Kelantan, Taman Negara is a totally protected area of 4,343 sq. km., and is home to one of the richest and most complex ecosystems in the world.
A must-try attraction here is the canopy walkway, 30m high and stretching a distance of 500 m. It gives visitors a rare opportunity to view the jungle from above. Throughout the park, there are wildlife observation hides near.

Recreational Facilities

Taman Negara is a 4,343 sq km rainforest sanctuary. As one of the oldest tropical rainforest in the world, the possibilities for eco-tourism are immense. Here, visitors find endless ecological adventure and opportunity to observe diverse species of animal and plant life.

Here are some of the highlights found at Taman Negara:

Night Jungle Walk – Discover the side of the jungle which comes alive at night. Familiarize yourself with nocturnal plants and insects and savour a chance to spot animals up close at the Observation Hide.

Jungle Trekking at Bukit Teresek and Canopy Walkway – Hike up this 334m hill for panoramic view of Gunung Tahan and the magnificent forest canopies that cover the hills and valleys. Then, cross the Canopy Walkway, the world’s longest suspension bridge, 40 meters above fround and 530 meters long.

Boat Cruise to Lata Berkoh - Cruise along Sungai Tahan to relish the riverside flora and fauna and dip into the refreshing cascades at Lata Berkoh which form a natural Jacuzzi. Along the way, stop by the Fish Sanctuary for a chance to snorkel amongst fresh water fishes.

Cave Exploration – Home to various bats, racer snakes and many fascinating insects, exploring limestone caves such as Gua Telinga guarantees fun and excitement. For the more adventurous, opt for a longer trek and then spend a night in one of these caves – Kepayang Besar, Kepayang Kecil, Luas or Daun Menari.

Shooting the Rapids at Kuala Trenggan – An exhilarating ride that faces seven rapids promises a wet and wild experience! Fishing and bird-watching (with more than 300 species recorded) are also popular sport here.

Orang Asli Settlements - “Orang Asli”, the local natives, are gentle folk who lead a nomadic lifestyle in Taman Negara. They are called Batek and their settlements are found along the trails whilst, some are accessible by boat.

Fishing – One of the main attractions of Taman Negara, it is best carried out during the drier months of the February to April and June to August. Anglers will need permits, which are issued at RM10 per rod.

Wildlife observation hide (Jungle hide) – Spend nights hidden up in the trees while waiting for a tapir, bear or elephant to appear. Most hides are built overlooking saltlicks, from which some animals obtain necessary minerals. Except for Bumbun Tahan, which is five minutes away, most require either a boat ride or a few hours walk to get to it.

Mountain climbing – The more adventurous can try climbing Gunung Tahan, the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia. This challenge demands will power, physical fitness, good equipment and a guide. The trail is 55km from Mutiara Taman Negara.

Four Steps Waterfall – The eastern flanks of Gunung Tahan and Gunung Gedong drop off very sharply into the headwaters of Sungai Tahan. One of the tributaries in the Ulu Tahan plunges and cascades spectacularly down the mountainside in what is known as the Four Steps Waterfall.

MUTIARA Taman Negara
Kuala Tahan
27000 Jerantut
Pahang Darul Makmur
Tel: + / +
Fax: + / +

Related Link : Orang Utan,Bukit Merah

Ma Daerah Turtle Sanctuary

Located 125km from Kuala Terengganu, Ma’Daerah is the first turtle sanctuary in Malaysia to be managed by the government, the private sector and an NGO.

It is the second largest turtle sanctuary after Rantau Abang.

Established as a sanctuary since 1999, Ma’Daerah aims to provide a stretch of undisturbed beach for nesting turtles and increased protection for eggs, to improve the monitoring and recording of nesting and to instil public awareness about turtle conservation.

It is estimated that nearly half of all the green turtles in Peninsula Malaysia land at Ma’Daerah. Other species to land there are the Olive Ridley turtle and the painted terrapin (currently listed as critically endangered).

Ma’Daerah also serves as a hatchery for turtle eggs collected from nearby beaches in Chagar Hutang, Rhu Kudung and Tanjung Batu.

HOTEL : Awana Kijal Golf, Beach & Spa Resort
ADDRESS : KM28, Jalan Kemaman-Dungun, 21400 Kijal, Kemaman, Terengganu.
TEL : (609) 864 1188
FAX: (609) 864 1688

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Concorde Inn Kuala Lumpur International Airport

The Concorde Inn KLIA is strategically located only three minutes away from the international airport with its complimentary airport transfer. The Sepang Circuit is an eight-minute drive from the hotel while the Kuala Lumpur city centre can be reached via a 28-minute ride on the Express Railway Link.

The hotel is also about 15 minutes away from the Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) where taxis are available for hire from RM18.00 per way to the hotel.

The hotel is also a popular choice for motorsports enthusiasts because of its close proximity to the F1 Sepang International Circuit where racing events such as F1, A1, Moto GP, Japan GT and other races are regularly held.

Website :

Address :
Concorde Inn Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Jalan KLIA 1/60, KLIA, 43900 Sepang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, MALAYSIA
Tel: 603-8783 3118 Fax: 603-8783 1211

Services & Facilities
• Air Ticketing Service
• Business Centre
• Car Park
• Car / Limousine Rental
• Complimentary Return Airport Transfe
• Drug Store
• Electricity - 220V/50 Cycles
• Foreign Currency Exchange
• In-room Dining
• In-room Safe (Deluxe Rooms, Executive Rooms and Suites)
• Laundry and Dry-cleaning
• Mail and Information
• Major Credit Cards Accepted
• Meeting and Banquet Facilities
• Mini Bar (Deluxe Rooms, Executive Rooms and Suites)
• Safe deposit boxes
• Shopping arcade
• Travel & tour assistance

Business Services
• Binding Service
• Courier Service Dictation / Typing
• Hotel / Travel Arrangements
• Miscellaneous Secretarial Services
• Overhead and Slide Projector
• Personal Computer
• Photocopying / Facsimile
• Printing Service Workstations
• WIFI Internet Access

• Gymnasium
• Swimming pool
• Tennis court
• Badminton court
• Football field

"A great hotel. Very friendly. Clean and pleasant place.Food great."

- Micheal Donnelly, Ireland
29 February 2008

Sunday, March 16, 2008

F1 fan travels To Malaysia for speed thrills and Cheaper Accommondation

When the Formula One season kicks off this Sunday with the Australia Grand Prix, many Indian enthusiasts would have travelled Down Under to catch the action live on the fast tracks.

Still many more will make a pit stop at Malaysia the week after to watch their favourite speed kings. And as the season progresses, F1 aficionados will travel even further to be part of the fun.

Over the last few years, the interest in F1 has increased. Malaysia continues to be a hot favourite, but many have also travelled to Shanghai and Dubai," says P Srinivas, senior VP, Special Interest Tours, SOTC.

The Sepang Grand Prix in Malaysia clearly ranks as the favourite among Indians. The fact that it's closer than other circuits is a plus point for Malaysia.

Sepang will again play host to Round 2 of the FIA Formula One Grand Prix World Championship in 2008, which many believe is the real start of the championship battle for the world crown.

The new 2008 season opens in Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne on March 16 as the teams and drivers get their first taste of competition after months of wait and suspense; testing and experimenting; hoping that they have finally found the perfect set up their race machines.

More often than not, the teams usually struggle at the Australian Grand Prix as they learned more about themselves, their drivers and their opponents. Moreover, the contest around a tight street circuit of Albert Park provided additional limitations for the teams and drivers to push themselves to their true best.

Hosting the 10th edition of the Formula One Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix from March 21 to 23, Sepang will again provide the stiffest test for the teams and drivers with its challenging weather and the demanding 5.543-km circuit.

“The Malaysian GP has always been the race eagerly waited by the teams and drivers as they prepared themselves for what is usually their biggest test of the season due to the challenging weather and humidity,” says SIC Senior General Manager Datuk Azmi Murad.

Jimmy Xavier Harrison said :

Hi I’m Jim from Bristol,..I shall say that this is one of the best track in the world., Malaysia is always the best place to relax and chill.
Unlike the boring Singapore..everything’s just same and plain, lame skycrapers and people in the street. That’s what the so-called unique Singapore was.

While the F-1 is going to kick start in the street of Singapore, its still went the same..cause its already done in Monaco, and it happens in the nite? Owh c’mon don’t tell me that you gonna have to pay more taxes to cover the overall cost just for the lights?..

Bruno said:
I have been going to Sepang for the past 8 years and never been disapointed… We would usually get a group of 4-5 friends drive up from singapore on Friday or Saturday night - Stop by Mallaca - or straight to KL. check in our hotel and party the night away… Drive from downtown KL on Sunday to the ciruit ( It takes about an hour if you’re early.. or 3 if you leave after 11.00am ) The car park has improved every year and it’s now a breeze to drive in & out of the circuit. The frst year it took us almost 3hrs just to get out of the Field-carpark- but now you can be on the Highway within 45 mn.
The first time we went there we sat on open stands at turn 14 ( now non-existant) no shelter, bloody hot, but right on the restart to the grandstand straight. ( Great accelerations views) the year after I took the open field at turn 8. Still no shelter and we melted under our umbrellas that’s when I decided that every other year we will get the covered open area @ turn 10/11 and that’s where we’ve been every year since. Beautiful track, great people in Malaysia and the best atmosphere in downtown Kuala-Lumpur on Saturday night.
See you all in Singapore on 28th Sept


Saturday, March 15, 2008

Homestay in Malaysia

Arriving in Malaysia, you land in the ultra modern Sepang International airport and ride into Kuala Lumpur where you marvel at the tallest twin towers in the world, Petronas Towers. After checking into a 200 rooms hotel, you take to the shopping mall located below the Twin Tower. Most people around you seem hurried to get somewhere or busy chatting away into their cell phones. But the real Malaysia is not all this but something else as well. Many of the population still live in a unhurried and rather charming and traditional lifestyle, where time seems to go at snails pace and the air clean and fresh. Treat yourself to a village(Kampung in Malay) Homestay in Malaysia.

Be "adopted" by a family and be treated as a member of the family for the duration of your stay. To get a better appreciation of the culture, you may wear traditional attire, go fishing in a river, play kites with the children, eat simple local food, observe local customs, architecture, and furniture and participate in village activities. As they are mostly a Muslim village, there is no alcohol and it is respectful to dress modestly. Many villages still rely on agriculture as their primary source of income.

A Sample Itinerary of a Homestay Desa Murni, Temerloh, Pahang

Itineraries differ from location to location, depending on their local customs, local economy and ecology.

- Cultural Performance / Traditional Games
- Traditional Cooking And 'Kenduri' (local feast)
- Trekking And Fishing
- Experience Life As A Farmer

03 Day 02 Night
Day 01 - Welcome Ceremony.
- To meet and to know foster parents.
- Past time games

Day 02 - Breakfast with foster parents.
- Visit rubber plantation.
- Visit Orang Asli village.
- Lunch.
- Visit Elephant Sanctuary at Kuala Gandah
- Dinner with foster parents.

Day 03 - Breakfast with foster parents.
- Activities with foster parents.
- Lunch.
- End of programme.

Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Kuala Lumpur, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Penang, Perak, Perlis, Labuan, Sabah, Sarawak, Selangor, Terengganu.


Kampung Lukut
Pn. Rahmah Abdul Ghani, Pejabat Pertanian Kota Tinggi, Aras 4, Bangunan Sultan Iskandar
81900 Kota Tinggi, Johor. Tel : 07-8831508, Faxs : 07-8831691

Kampung Serkat
En. Abdul Rahim, Kampung Serkat, Pontian, Johor. Tel : 07-6960077

Cikgu Haji Abdul Aziz Tel : 07-6960220

Kampung Sarang Buaya
Haji Naim Borhan/Tn. Haji Yusuf, Kampung Sarang Buaya, Pos Merah Batu Pahat, 83000 Batu Pahat, Johor. Tel : 07-4162396


Kampung Relau
En. Abd. Razak Abd. Hamid, Persatuan Homestay Relau, Lot 1064 Sri Impian Relau
Kedah, Tel : 04-5855858 (P) 04-5824122 (R), Homepage :

Kampung Raga
En. Jamaluddin Mat Arof, Kampung Raga, 06900 Yan, Kedah. Tel : 04-4656391

En. Mat Saad Hamid, Tel : 04-4655710

Pulau Langkawi
Persatuan Nelayan Kawasan Langkawi
07000 Kuah, Langkawi, Kedah. Tel : 04-9666102, Faxs : 04-9666102
Pengerusi Homestay
Homestay WTR’d Village, Pejabat KEDA Zon Langkawi, 07000 Kuah, Langkawi, Kedah
Tel/Faxs : 04-9666334, H/p : 102-4242144 ( Che Rus Saad )

Homestay Pulau Tuba
En. Abu Bakar B. Mat, Pulau Tuba, 07000 Kuah, Langkawi, Phone: 04-966 6102

Kampung Wang Tok Rendong (KEDA)
Che Rus Saad, 50 Perumahan KEDA, Kg. Wang Tok Rendong, 07000 Kuah, Langkawi, Phone: 04-966 6334, Mobile: 012-474 2144

Kuala Kedah
Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia (LKIM), Lot 552 Jalan Kuala Kedah
06600 Kuala Kedah, Kedah, Tel : 04-7623566/67, Faxs : 04-7623637
Kampung Yan
Haji Tahir Awang, JKKK Kampung Yah, 06900 Yan, Kedah, Tel : 04-4655439


Kampung Pantai Suri
Persatuan Nelayan Kawasan Tumpat, Kampung Pantai Suri, Jalan Hilir Pasir, 16800 Tumpat, Kelantan.
Tel : 609-725 7246, Fax : 609-725 7246

Kampung Blok Ulu Kusial Gua Musang
Pengurus Besar, Lembaga Kemajuan Kelantan Selatan, Bandar Baru Gua Musang, 18300 Kelantan

Tel : 609-912 1788 Fax : 609-912 1211

Sampugita Homestay
En. Mustafa Ibrahim, No 100, Kampung Kepulau Palekbang, 16040 Tumpat, Phone: 09-7432 178, Fax: 09-7462 178

Pasir Belanda, Kota Bharu
En. Harry Maulder, Kpg Bonggol, Jalan PCB, 15350 Kota Bharu, Phone: 09-7477 046, Mobile: 012-5091 743

Melaka (Malaca)

Kampung Seri Tanjung

En. Mohd. Yusoff Salleh
Seri Tanjung Tours Dan Holiday Sdn. Bhd AG 4926, Tingkat 1, Bangunan Mara Masjid Tanah
78300 Masjid Tanah, Melaka. Tel : 06-3845853 (R) 06-3852330 (P), H/p : 012-6588960 / 013-6138821
Faxs : 06-3852330, E-Mail :, Website :

C.S Holiday Sdn. Bhd, 573A, Taman Melaka Raya, 75000 Melaka, Tel : 06-2818904, Faxs : 06-2841404

Kampung Alai
En. Akramuddin b. Hj. Abdul Aziz, Km 7.6 Jalan Hj. Said, 75460 Melaka, Fax: 06-284 7130, Mobile: 016-6666 649 / 019-6666 649

Kampung Pulai & Kampung Serkam
Tuan Hj. Seman b. Derus, 77300 Merlimau, Fax: 06-2840 414, Mobile: 019-6084 948

Homestay Anjung Bonda
En. Omar Bin Md. Diah, Homestay Anjung Bonda, JA 5475 Jalan Omar, Sempang Bekoh, 77100 Asahan, Phone: 06-523 5475, Mobile: 017-3184 460

Kampung Parit Penghulu
En. Suparman Bin Abu, Parit Penghulu Sungai Rambai, Phone: 06-2659 808, Mobile: 019-6442 380

Negeri Sembilan

Kampung Pelegong
En. Badrul Hisham Abdul Rahman, Kampung Pelegong, 71900 Labu, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Tel : 06-791 1044, H/p : 012-6077941, Faxs : 06-791 1044

Pn. Hajah Fatimah Basiron : 013-3954189

Kampung Lonek Homestay Programme
Tuan Haji Mohamed Ayob Yasin, Tel: +609-4983708, Mobile: +6019-3418190
Hajah Badariah Ahmad, Tel: +603-4544163, Mobile: +6019-2871410

Kampung Sri Repah
En. Mohd. Isa Borhan
Pengerusi Jawatankuasa, Homestay Kg. Sri Repah, Batu 3 ½ Kg. Sri Repah
73000 Tampin, Negeri Sembilan, Tel : 06-4414481

Kampung Lonek
Pn. Hajah Badariah, Homestay Kampung Lonek, No. 10, Kampung Lonek, 72200 Batu Kikir, Fax: 06-4544 163, Mobile: 019-2871 410

Felda Serting Hilir
Encik Ahmad Nizam, F’ Best Homestay, Kompleks Felda Serting Hilir, 72120 Bandar Seri Jempol, Phone: 06-4683 776, Fax: 06-4683 776, Mobile: 019-6237 416

Homestay Gemas
Encik Megat Ahmad Yussoff Megat Zakaria
Pej. PPK Tampin (Tanggamas), Cawangan Gemas, Kampung Ulu Ladang, 73400 Gemas
Phone: 07-9483 034, Fax: 07-9483 034, Mobile: 013-2277 595

Kampung Tapak
Encik Abdullah Hassan, Homestay Laman Bangkinang, No. 8888, Kampung Tapak, 72200 Batu Kikir, Mobile: 012-2752 234


Kampung Desa Murni
Tn. Haji Suhariman Hamdan, President Perstuan Homestay Malaysia, No. 7, Bangunan PKNP, Kampung Desa Murni, 28010 Temerloh, Pahang. Tel : 09-2844661 / 2847496, Faxs : 09-2846610, Email :

Kampung Sungai Pasu
Pn. Sumi Ngah Dimi, Persatuan Homestay Kg. Sungai Pasu Raub, Pahang, Tel : 09-3659672 / 355 5900 H/p : 013-2595410

Salong, Pekan

COORDINATOR En. Abdul Majid bin Idris
1-071. RKT Kampong Salong, 26600 Pekan. Tel: 09-420 1125, H/P: 019-366 9821

En.Pahang Awang Mohamad. 019-9161 402

Rumpun Makmur, Temerloh

COORDINATOR, Encik Abdul Razak Nong
Felcra Rumpun Makmur, Mukim Jenderak, 28000 Temerloh. Tel: 019-930 8559

Taman Sedia, Cameron Highlands

COORDINATOR Haji Ramli bin Mohd. Yunus
Balai Penghulu Cameron Highlands, Tanah Rata. Tel: 013-920 2293

Kuala Medang, Kuala Lipis

COORDINATOR Encik Razali bin Razak, Tn. Haji. Razaki b. Abdul Razak
Balai Penghulu Kuala Medang, Kuala Medang, 27600 Lipis. Tel :09-3403 046, 012-9005828

Gunung Senyum, Temerloh

COORDINATOR Encik Sapie Embung, Felda Jengka 25, 26400 Bandar Jengka. Tel: 09-486 2728, 09-4863275, 019-9325766Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands
Tn. Hj. Ramli b. Mohd Yunus, Balai Penghulu Cameron Highlands, 39000 Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands, Mobile: 013-9202 293.

Homestay Muadzam Shah
En. Abdul Khalid Abdullah, MM 13 A, Medan Mewah, 26700 Muadzam Shah
Phone: 09-4526 285, Mobile: 012-9218 422

Homestay Kpg. Janda Baik
Puan Hajjah Ton, 100B, Kampung Janda Baik, 28570 Bentong, Mobile: 019-2991 994

Pulau Pinang (Penang)

Kampung Mengkuan Titi
En. Muhamad Md. Noor, Kampung Mengkuang Titi, Pulau Pinang, Tel : 04-5211916, H/p : 010-4153280

Pn. Farizah Tel : 019-4521 144, En. Rohaizat Tel 019-4127095


Majlis Tindakan Pelancongan Negeri Perak (MTPN Perak)
No 7 & 9, Jalan Medan Istana 3, Bandar Ipoh Raya, 30000 Ipoh, Phone: 05-255 0413 / 0414, Fax: 05-253 6027

Bagan Datoh
Encik Mokhtar b. Yaakub, Pejabat Penghulu Rungkup, 36200 Selekoh
Phone: 05-6487 035

Bukit Gantang
Puan Rabitah Zainudin, D/a JJ2 Kpg Sungai Petai Luar, 34850 Changkat Jering
Phone: 05-8554 967, Mobile: 012-5208 744


Kampung Ujung Bukit

Encik Halim b. Talib, Kurong Batang, 01000 Kangar
Phone: 04-9762 491, Mobile: 012-4252 491

Majlis Tindakan Pelancongan Negeri Perlis (MTPN Perlis)
Tingkat 1 Taman Budaya Perlis, Jalan Lintasan Kangar, 01000 Kangar
Phone: 04-979 3700, Fax: 04-979 3701


Majlis Tindakan Pelancongan Labuan
Kompleks Sukan Laut Antarabangsa Labuan, Peti Surat 235, 87008 W.P Labuan
Phone: 087-408 600 / 422 622, Fax: 087-419 622

Kampung Patau-Patau No. 2
En. Ahmad Bariman B. Makomalie, Persatuan Nelayan Kawasan WP Labuan
Lot 3, Tingkat 2, Phase IIIA, Lazenda Commercial Center, 87007 Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan, Phone: 087-424 094, Fax: 087-426 094


Kampung Gulung-Gulungan/K.Penyu/Kpg. Tanjung Aru
Tn. Hj. Mohd Noor Haron
D/a Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia Negeri Sabah, Lot 38, Tkt 1, Ruang Grace Square 2
Jalan Sembulan Pantai, 88100 Kota Kinabalu
Phone: 088-248 400, Fax: 088-250 400

Kampung Sinisian
En. Kaisan Watiman, Pengerusi, Kampung Sinisian, Peti Surat 422, 89300 Ranau, Sabah

En. Kohadie Watiman, Walai Tokou Homestay, Peti Surat 594, Kundasang 89300, Ranau Tel : 088-888 768, 019-8011 790

Kampung Sinisian
En. Kohadie Watiman, Walai Tokou Homestay
Peti Surat 594, Kundasang, 89300 Ranau
Phone: 088-888 768, Fax: 088-889 078, Mobile: 019-8011 790

Borneo Native Homestay Sdn. Bhd
Lot 17, 1st Floor, Taman Victory, 88300 Jalan Penampang, Locked Bag 202, 88747 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel : 088-717458, Faxs : 088-710766, E-mail :, Website :

Tambunan Village Homestay
Puan Joanna Kitigan
Tambunan Village Homestay, P.O. Box 132, 89650 Tambunan, Phone: 087-774 581
Fax: 087-774 076, Mobile: 014-6555 043

Borneo Native Homestay Sdb. Bhd
Lot 17, 1st Floor Taman Victory Shophouse, Locked Bag 202, 88300 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Kampung Long Pasia
En. Davy Tadam, Long Pasia Homestay, WDT No. 41, 89859 Sipitang, Phone: 087-821 650, Fax: 087-822 893, Mobile: 017-8120 016

Kampung Batu Puteh
En. Martin Paul Vogel, Miso Walai Homestay, Kg. Batu Puteh, PPM 538, Elopura,
9000 Sandakan, Phone: 089-660 016, Mobile: 013-8565 350

Koposizon Homestay
Datuk Verus Aman Sham, C/o KRK Mai Aman, P.O.Box 379, 89608 Papar
Phone: 088-914 486, Fax: 088-915 273, Mobile: 019-8508 679

Slagon Homestay
Dr. Othman Minudin, d/a Lot F12, Taman Likas Jaya, 88400 Kota Kinabalu
Phone: 088-238 751, Fax: 088-267 786, Mobile: 019-8828 817

Misompuro Homestay
Encik Jeffry Yahya, WDT No. 260, 89059 Kudat, Phone: 088-228 971, Mobile: 016-8155 056 / 013-8721 765

Homestay Kg. Bilit/Abai
C/o Socio-Economic Coordinator, Tourism Module, WWF Malaysia, 8th Flr, CPS Tower, No.1 Jln. Centre Point, 88850 Kota Kinabalu, Phone: 088-248 490,Fax: 088-242 531

Kg. Sukau Homestay
Encik Sahdin Lias, Kg. Sukau Homestay, P.O. Box 3109, 90734 Sandakan
Mobile: 013-899 5667

Taginambur Homestay
Ms. Terisah Bahan, Taginambur Homestay, P.O. Box 13337, 88838 Kota Kinabalu, Phone: 088-423 993, Fax: 088-423 993 / 223 443, Mobile: 019-8528 753

Mitabang Homestay
Encik Ariffin Gadait, Mitabang Homestay, Kg. Tulung-Mantob, Kiulu, P.O. Box No. 8, 89257 Tamparuli, Phone: 088-255 972, Fax: 088-257 091, Mobile: 019-8624 585

Kampung Bayangan, Keningau
Encik Kaipin Rusmin, Kampung Bayangan, d/a Pejabat Daerah, Peti Surat No. 10, 89007 Keningau, Phone: 087-301 507

Melangkap Homestay
Mr. Rubin Gulibah, Melangkap Homestay, 127, Taman Richdar, Menggatal, 88450 Kota Kinabalu, Phone: 088-491 828, Mobile: 019-8316 897

Kampung Pukak Homestay
Encik Mickey Salleh, P.O Box No 25, 89257 Tuaran, Mobile: 019-8319 546

Homestay Tenom
Encik Primus Takom, Penyelaras Homestay Daerah Tenom, Pejabat Daerah Tenom, Peti Surat 100, 89907 Tenom, Phone: 087-735 951


Kampung Telok Melano / Kampung Telaga Air
Pengarah Negeri, Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia, Cawangan Sarawak, Tingkat 2, Bangunan bank Negara
Jalan satok, Peti Surat 2210, 93744 Kuching, Sarawak, (u.p Bah. Keusahawanan-Program
Homestay Kebangsaan), Tel : 082-245481, Faxs : 082-256871, E-mail :

C.S. Holiday Sdn. Bhd
150, Tingkat Bawah, bangunan PERKIM, Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur. Tel : 03-40413299
Faxs : 03-40413282, E-mail :, Wesite :

En. Roslan Asom
Persatuan Nelayan Kawasan Santang Biru, Jalan Matang, Kampung Telaga Air, 90350 Kuching, Sarawak

Borneo Inbound Tours & Travel
No. 98, 1st Floor Main Bazaar, 93000 Kuching, Sarawak. Tel : 082-237287 / 2333354, Faxs : 082-237318, E-mail :

Kampung Pueh
En. Jehim Milos, No. 47, Kg. Pueh, Sematan, 94100 Kuching, Phone: 082-711 110
Mobile: 013-8274 967

Kampung Mongkos
En. Zamhari Hj. Hanapi, d/a Great Leap Tours Sdn. Bhd, P2-1-8A, Chong Lin Park
Jalan Tabuan, 93100 Kuching, Phone: 082-420 818, Fax: 082-425 818, Mobile: 012-8952 163

Kg. Benuk, Padawan
Cik Isabel Julau anak Mejat, 166. Sairmax Park, Lorong 1B, Batu 6, Jalan Penrisen
93250 Kuching, Mobile: 019-8498 413

Rumah Lutut. Sg. Tisa
Cik Caroline anak Ngabong, Pejabat Residen Kapit, 96800 Kapit
Phone: 084-796 230, Fax: 084-796 932

Rumah Chang Niah Homestay Program, Phone: 085-434181

Niah Caves National Park


Kampung Sungai Haji Dorani (Selangor)
Abdul Rahman Daud, Tel: +603-32410846, Mobile: +6013-6077025

C.S. Holiday Sdn. Bhd
150, Tingkat Bawah, bangunan PERKIM, Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur. Tel : 03-40413299, Faxs : 03-40413282
E-mail :, Wesite :

Kampung Ulu ChuChuh
Hj. Salam Wariman, Pengerusi Homestay, Kampung Ulu Chuchuh, 43590 Sungai Palek, Selangor. Tel : 03-31412188, Faxs : 03-31412188, H/p : 019-2325787

Ketua Kampung
Mukim Morib dan Kelanang, 47200 banting, Selangor, Tel : 03-31878500, H/p : 013-3874496

Abu Bakar Moin
Parit 1, Sungai Sireh, ban 4, 45500 Tanjung Karang, Selangor, Tel : 03-32698004, H/p : 019-3467372

Benghuris Homestay Sepang
Sri Pelangi Travel & Tours Sdn. Bhd, 60-A, Jln Bunga Pekan 2, Kaw. 6, 42700, Banting, Selangor
E-mail :, Tel : 06-31813316, Faxs : 06-31813324, H/p : 012-2823938

Kampung Endah / Kampung Kanchog Darat
Ketua Kampung, Kampung Endah ,Hulu Langat, Selangor, Tel : 03-31981652, H/p : 012-6023620

Encik Mustabin B. Mohamed Aris. Tel : 03-3198 1652, H/P : 019-606 6469

Tn. Hj. Adeni B. Kusas. Tel : 03-3187 8500, H/P : 013-387 4496

Tanjung Karang
Abdul hakim b. Abdullah, Penghulu, Balai Penghulu, Mukim Tanjung Karang, Selangor, H/p : 019-2387770

Kampung Sungai Sirih
Encik Abu Bakar Moin, Parit 1, Sg Sireh, Ban 4, 45500 Tanjung Karang, Phone: 03-3269 8004, Mobile: 019-346 7372


Kampung Raja, Ulu Dungun
En. Wan Ismail Suhaimi Wan Omar, Pegawai Daerah, Kampung Raja, Hulu Dungun. Terengganu,

Tel : 09-8441616, Faxs : 09-8444594

Kampung Rhu 10/Kampung Penarik, Setiu
Perstuan Nelayan Kawasan Setiu, Lot 2569, Rhu 10, 22120 Setiu, Terengganu, Tel : 09-6977921, Faxs : 09-6977378

En. Mat Aziz Omar. Tel : 09-697 7921