Introducing Borneo

The rugged island of Borneo in the Malay Archipelago is a place of one beauty, three worlds. Shared by Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei, this unique island with its blissful beaches and lush green rainforests is a portal into stunning South East Asia and its incredible natural beauty. Walk through the ancient forests to witness the amazing biodiversity and to spot orangutans or leopards in their natural habitat or enjoy top diving off the east coast where barracudas and hammerheads roam the waters.

Highlights of Borneo

Mount Kinabalu
Located in the East Malaysian state of Sabah, Kinabalu National Park incorporates wonderful rainforest with amazing mountain trails.
Sipadan Island
The little island of Sipadan is one of the world’s finest diving spots. The living coral formed over thousands of years creates one of the richest marine habitats. For diving enthusiasts, it’s a must visit destination.
Bako National Park
Bako National Park was established in 1957 and is one of the oldest national parks in Borneo and Malaysia, and it’s the perfect introduction into Sarawak’s forests and wildlife.
Manukan Island
This Malaysian island is the second largest island in Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park and is one of the most pristine destinations in the archipelago.
Niah Caves
Niah National Park is one of the island’s smallest national parks but it’s certainly unique and well worth a visit for nature lovers – a great park for spotting bats and caving. There are tours available for the Niah Caves daily.

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