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Rhythms of Rimba 2018 hopes to raise environmental awareness in a fun way

Published on 06 September 2018|
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It will be a fun and educational weekend with Rhythms of Rimba!

by Stanley P, Carrybeans

Do you consider yourself an environmentalist? Do you want to meet the cool people of the global conservation organisation? Are you the kind of person that loves learning and having fun at the same time? If you are all of that,  join in the fun with Borneo Rhythms of Rimba (ROR) Wildlife Festival!

The festival will be making their way to Kota Kinabalu for the first time; expect a weekend of fun and learning opportunities in a creative environment.

What is Rhythms of Rimba?

Rhythms of Rimba is an annual two-day festival for creative and impactful environmental content. It aims to educate the general public on the importance of conserving and taking care of the environment. It also aims to provide a platform to bridge between the public and environmental conservationist professionals.

The festival is entering its fourth year and will be held on the 15th and 16th of September at Nexus Resort & Spa in Karambunai. This time around, they will be putting a spotlight on marine environments, the pervasive impact of plastic waste and the quest for sustainable planet.

The team behind ROR are from Future Alam Borneo, a non-profit organisation from Sandakan. The team has been organising the event in Sandakan since 2014. This will be their first time organising the event outside of Sandakan.

Fun activities to fill up your weekend

Credit: Future Alam Borneo

There are five key zones during Rhythms of Rimba; Conservation, Adventure, Creative, Music, and Sustainability. The concept of the whole event is Experiential Education. The organisers believe in sharing the knowledge through practical, immersive and hands-on experiences, which they believe will result in better understanding towards the subject matter and lead to adoption and action.


Credit: Future Alam Borneo

The organisers have invited renowned conservation bodies and guest speakers during the event. So, look forward to meeting with people from many renowned organisations such as Borneo Rhino Alliance, Jane Goodall Institute, and Bentarakata. Personalities, such as Kimi Werner and Ning Baizura will also be making an appearance during the festival.

If you’re interested to know what else will be prepared on that day, you can check the full itinerary here.

Get your tickets to this eco-awesome festival now!

 

Credit: ROR Borneo

Borneo Rhythms of Rimba WIldlife Festival will be held at Nexus Resort & Spa, Karambunai on 15-16 September. You can buy an all-access, two-day pass for RM50. The tickets are RM15 and RM25 if you are 18 years old and below or if you are studying at a university, respectively.

To buy your tickets, just head to RedTix. You can get it at Kota-K Studio or Sticky Rice Travel.

For more information, you can contact Mr Anton Ngui (+60122071044 ) or visit their Facebook and Instagram page.

Featured Image Credit: ROR Borneo

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