Borneo is the world's third largest island after Greenland and Papua New Guinea. It is strategically located in South East Asia and is linked with numerous international and domestic flights. Borneo is occupied by 3 countries, with the largest portion part of Indonesia (Kalimantan), followed by Malaysia (
. Borneo is renowned for its untouched rainforests that are home to a myriad of rare and endangered wildlife species.
Devoted birdwatchers will be thrilled by the many endemic species of Bornean birds found in their natural habitats.
Apart from the rainforests, Sabah is a haven for ardent divers. Numerous diving locations such as the world renowned Sipadan Island and the surrounding islands, Langkayan Island, Pom Pom Island and many others provides a diving experience that has been repeatedly rated one of the best dive spots in the world. As for the adventurers, climbing Mount Kinabalu is a must do activity in Sabah. Mount Kinabalu is the highest peak between the Himalayas and Papua New Guinea and stands at 4095m tall with breathtakingly gorgeous sunrises and serenely beautiful when shrouded in clouds. Imagine yourself, welcoming the sunrise at the top of the world, high above all lands and clouds as far as your eye can see.
Surrounded by azure and crystal clear oceans, Sabah is blessed with long white sandy beaches and a warm pleasant climate. Numerous white sandy islands dot the coast, amongst them the famous Tunku Abdul Rahman Park Marine Park which is just a stone throw away from Kota Kinabalu and the world acclaimed "Survivor Island" (Pulau Tiga).
Borneo is also home to the largest cave system,the Mulu National Park in Sarawak. If you're thinking of conquering the pinnacles here, be prepared physically as this trek and climb, though but a day's trip, will challenge you to your limits.
From the moment you land in Borneo, you will be enamored by the locals and their unique cultures. Borneo is home to various indigenous peoples and you will get to experience some of their culture when you visit the tribal long houses in Lemanak, Sarawak and Kudat in Sabah. You can also experience the rich cultural heritage of Brunei as hallmarked by its Royal Palaces, majestic mosques and its charming Water Villages. You will find the people of Borneo very kind and polite, taking great delight in welcoming you, our guests and make you feel at home amongst us. Rest assured that Borneo, though diverse and somewhat exotic, is a place that is harmonious and peaceful.
Besides these remarkable destinations Borneo is offering, you can also take part in many other exciting and memorable trips such as white water rafting, riding an antique train, cycling along pristine beaches and in local villages, visiting tea plantations and agricultural parks as well as sampling the sumptious local food and beverages on offer. In short, Borneo has what it takes to be your favorite holiday destination. Of late, more and more newly married couples are choosing Borneo as their honeymoon destination.