Borneo Eco Camp 2014 celebrating 88 years of Girl Guiding in Sabah, Malaysia

14 August 2014- 17 August 2014

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Girl Guides Association Malaysia - LogoGirl Guides Association Malaysia Sabah Branch invites Member Organisations in the Asia Pacific Region to camp and celebrate together 88 years of Girl Guiding in Sabah, Malaysia.The camp will be held at University Malaysia Sabah (UMS), which is one of the most beautiful eco-university campus in the South East Asia region.

Date: 14 - 17 August 2014

Venue: University Malaysia Sabah (UMS). Jalan Sulaiman, Kota Kinabalu. Sabah. Malaysia.

Cost: USD250 per person (Girls and Leaders)

"Early Birds": A discount of USD50 per person for registration before 28 February 2014

Participants: Girl Guides and Ranger Guides between 13 – 18 years old

Programme: Educational and fun programme is being planned for participants with activities such as Sabah (Borneo) Culture, outdoor activities,community services and many more exciting experiences.

An optional tour of the City of Kota Kinabalu, nearby beaches/island hopping and visit to South East Asia's highest peak, Mount Kinabalu in Kundasang, Sabah will be offered after the event.

Further details will be sent on receipt of acceptance in principle form and based on request.

For inquiries, please email Madam Normah Datuk Hj Jaffar, Sabah Branch Chief Commissioner: /

Or Madam Eliana Melainie Maidin, Sabah Branch International Commissioner:

The documents for the event are attached on the right side bar of this page.


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