Sukau Rainforest Lodge Welcomes Dr. Arthur Chung as its Latest Conservation Fellow

The Sukau Rainforest Lodge family would like to congratulate and welcome Dr. Arthur Chung as our latest Conservation Fellow! Born in Sandakan Sabah, Dr. Arthur Chung is a Senior Researcher at the Forest Research Centre, Sepilok of the Sabah Forestry Department, and we are honoured to have him as a guest at our lodge just recently. This special recognition is given to him for his significant contribution in entomology and forest conservation here in Sabah, which is definitely an inspiration to us all. Our Managing Director Albert Teo recently paid him a visit at his office to present to him a plaque of Appointment as Sukau Rainforest Lodge’s Conservation Fellow.

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Our MD Albert Teo presenting the Conservation Fellow plaque to Dr. Arthur Chung

Dr. Arthur Chung and wife who just arrived at the lodge

Dr. Arthur Chung and wife who just arrived at the lodge

The ever bright Dr. Arthur Chung, together with his lovely wife took some time out of their busy schedules to stay at Sukau Rainforest Lodge on the 29th of July 2017. To honour Dr. Arthur as our Conservation Fellow, we have tributed one of our new Villas to him and both him and his wife officiated the room during a ribbon cutting ceremony. Besides that, Dr. Arthur was more than happy to do a talk on entomology during his stay to other guests and the lodge team titled “Insect Diversity of the Bornean Rainforests”. The talk was super insightful and intriguing not only for those who are interested in entomology, but also those who are very new to it.

A big thank you to Dr. Arthur Chung and wife for allowing us to host your stay with us and congratulations for making it onto our Conservation Fellow Wall of Honour!

Dr. Arthur and wife during the ribbon cutting ceremony

Dr. Arthur and wife during the ribbon cutting ceremony

Dr. Arthur and wife outside the room tributed to him

Dr. Arthur and wife

 To learn more about Dr. Arthur Chung and his work, you can read all about him on our Conservation Fellow page!

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