30 villagers from surrounding communities around Kiulu Farmstay took part in the workshops on 15 September 2016. Participants were exposed to western culinary skills and food hygiene practices. Additionally, they were taught the usage of English for hospitality and principles of quality customer service.

INTI COLLEGE GOES TO ULU KIULU

The Need

Ulu Kiulu is expanding in its tourism potential and with the growth of Kiulu Farmstay, the local communities will require ongoing support in the development, management and marketing of responsible, good quality community-based tourism products. Capacity building and training programmes are essential to develop competencies and skills that can make them more effective and sustainable.

Our Involvement

Knowledge enhancement workshops organized by Degree Event students of INTI College (Sabah) supported by Borneo Eco Tours (BET), BEST Society and MUKEST.

The Impact

30 villagers from surrounding communities around Kiulu Farmstay took part in the workshops on 15 September 2016. Participants were exposed to western culinary skills and food hygiene practices. Additionally, they were taught the usage of English for hospitality and principles of quality customer service.

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