I had travelled to Malaysia, particularly to Kota Kinabalu, a few months ago on the invitation of Singapore Airlines and its regional partner SilkAir. Singapore Airlines has always been among my top favoured airlines to fly with, and that’s because of its unparalleled, and consistent, levels of hospitality and comfort. However, it was my first time flying with its regional partner, SilkAir. I have to say that my SilkAir flight was mighty impressive.
The story was published on the wedding blog by Marry Me — The Wedding Planners, a Mumbai-based wedding planning company that does some intimate and very beautiful weddings in India and abroad. You can give my experience a read on their blog here.
When you think of an island, rarely does a rainy day come to mind. But, as you can see from this series of images, a rainy day on an island can be fun too. I’ve just returned to Mumbai from a short visit to Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, one of the two Malaysian states on the incredibly lush island of Borneo.
Sapi Island, a 15-minute speedboat ride away from Kota Kinabalu, is the nearest place to get away from the city if you want to enjoy a bit of adventure. Essentially the home of the popular 250-metre island-to-island Coral Flyer Zipline, this island receives visitors by the dozen everyday. The beach is small and perfect to lounge around before or after you go zip lining, snorkelling and scuba diving. So, you can pack in a good bit of fun before you head back on a speedboat to the Jesselton Jetty on the mainland.
The waters around the islands are crystal clear and the panoramic views delight the senses. We took a bit of a walk to reach the quieter end of the beach (above). Continue reading “Snapshot Saturdays: A rainy day at Sapi Island”