Celebrate Asia: Travel back in time on Borneo’s oldest running steam train | CNA Lifestyle Posted on November 11, 2019 asia Borneos camera phone Celebrate chicago hotels cna dallas hotels free hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels lifestyle oldest private jet rental property Running Sharing Steam Time TRAIN travel travel vlog upload vacation Video Video Phone 11 thoughts on “Celebrate Asia: Travel back in time on Borneo’s oldest running steam train | CNA Lifestyle” 3:12 this kind of tiffin carriers are so nostalgic, before they are replaced with tupperwareReply Must try… one day!Reply If you want more adventurous, wild, jungles, more classic with local villages riding the same locomotives, try to take train from Pekan Tenom to Pekan Beaufort, 2 hours journey along Padas River in the heart of mountainous Crocker Ranges. Its only 3.00 MYR for one way. If you take this train in Hari Tamu Beaufort, you can see the local villages took out their local product to sell at the tamu in that train. So what are you waiting for? Hahaha.. i can be your guide if you interested because my hometown is Pekan Tenom 😁Reply Just imagine that All Trains around the world still running with steam EnginesReply vulcan foundry 2-6-2 6-016Is that 6-016 or 6-015?Reply Main problem with this stean loco its too pricey! back then, only MYR 145++ per head then up MYR 200++, and now already reach MYR 400, not sure addition they add and there are 2 loco. Only 1 that frequent use. Old route pass by Padas river up to Tenom town. Today, its very short journeyReply Historically yes. Luxurious? Can't tell.Reply Beautiful!!I wish that the people of Borneo will maintain their pretty island and its gorgeous nature for the future generations to see, how wonderful our world once was. That will be your asset!Reply Can’t wait to take this train ride in the future alone….Reply But it goes over 88mphMind blownReply Such a good way to embrace history at the same time attracting touristReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.