KUCHING: The Borneo Highlands Resort has transitioned itself from being an all inclusive resort to a local-friendly resort while maintaining its exclusivity, with the management now planning the biggest ever picnic in Sarawak next year.
Between its establishment in 2000 and 2006, it was solely a golf resort open only to golfers and members, including a focus on healthy lifestyle.
From 2007 to 2011, the concept expanded to an eco-wellness resort offering all inclusive packages to visitors.
During that time, the resort only offered all inclusive packages, targeting market segments that value and appreciate the eco-wellness concept.
Visitors to the resort are from the United Kingdom, Middle East and Singapore and other countries for whom it hoped to create a serene ambience to relax and rejuvenate by just being close to nature.
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