Borneo is home to some of the world's most recognisable and cherished attractions. Adventure, jungle, wildlife and beauty are the first few words that spring to mind when visitors think of Borneo.
From unique wildlife to untouched jungle, few attractions can match the natural drama of Borneo. Discover Borneo by car, plane, boat, and on foot, beginning in Sarawak, with a visit to our jungle-dwelling cousins and majestic caves, before heading to Sabah and its islands, the peak of Mount Kinabalu and Borneo's "Lost World". With breathtaking natural attractions, friendly people, and great food, Borneo is a favourite for nearly all who visit.
Kiulu Valley is a small area in the District of Tuaran - the northwestern part of Sabah - with a popRead More
A Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, spreads over 1399km making it the largest protected park in all of SaRead More
The Last Undisturbed Rainforests. Dominated by dipterocarp trees, with the canopy reaching a heightRead More
Kinabalu Park, about 90 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu, is one of the world's most significant naturaRead More
Maliau Basin is Southeast Asia’s ‘Lost World’, an area almost the size of Singapore, home to oRead More
Provides a great wildlife experience to visitors while preserving the Kinabatangan flood-plain. At 5Read More
Rising 700 metres from the sea floor and at only 12 hectare, Malaysia's sole oceanic island is veryRead More
Gazetted in 1974 as the largest Park in Sarawak, Mulu National Park together with Kinabalu Park wereRead More
Located approximately 40 kilometres north of Sandakan in the Sulu Sea, the island is a safe haven foRead More
declared a Wildlife Reserve primarily on account of the large number of animals inhabiting its foresRead More