Bandar Seri Begawan - Local Ford Dealer, Premier Automobiles Sdn Bhd (PASB) is calling for adventurous 4x4 owners to join them on a fun and exciting expedition to Sabah, camping in beautiful remote nature campsites along the Bunsit River.
The party is set to leave the country next Friday, October 19, and will return on Sunday October 21. Currently a total of 40 participants travelling in 18 4x4 vehicles are expected to take part in this expedition.
What makes the expedition more interesting is that the 4x4 vehicles that are taking part will be a mixture of a 2009 model Ford Ranger and the newly released 2012 Ranger.
Yesterday, PASB held a briefing for the coming expedition at its showroom café in Beribi where present to brief the participants were Sales Manager, Teng Chee How and Convoy Leader Shahrin Shabudin.
Also present were Marketing Manager Adeline Ng and Assistant Marketing Manager Mark Paren.
Yesterday's briefing touched on the activities during the expedition; the dos and don'ts, the routes that they will cover, as well as highlights on road safety. Participants of the expedition are in for a true adventure as the first night they will be camping at the Kampung Bandukan Lama campground in Bunsit, a popular campground among the locals and tourists alike.
Situated alongastream, itisthe perfectplace for a picnic with family and friends and participants will also be treated to a wonderful BBQ dinner at the campground, to further exemplify the whole outdoor - nature environment. Another exciting part of the expedition will also give participants the opportunity to test the 800mm water wading capability of the All-New Ford Ranger, crossing Bunsit River.
According to Teng Chee How, this is among one of the many best-in-class features the all-new Ranger has to offer, as it not only surpasses the 2009 model in terms of size but also in engine performance, features, capabilities and technology.
Other activities .PASB has in store for the participants include visits to the Deer Farm, the famous Tenom Coffee Plantation and the night market in Keningau.
The second night will be spent at Keningau, where participants can do souvenirs shopping, check out the local crafts and local food around town.
PASB welcomes any Ford 4x4 owners to participate in this expedition.
Those who are interested must register before October 15, as numbers are only limited to 20 vehicles where the registration fee is BND80 per vehicle, which includes accommodation for two and meals.
--Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin