• Bako National Park

    Seven distinct ecosystems, an extensive jungle trail system plus superb wildlife viewing opportunities make Bako the perfect introduction to Sarawak’s forests and wildlife. Bako covers an area of 27 sq km and is readily accessible … Read More
  • Bandar Seri Begawan

    Bandar Seri Begawan is the capital of Brunei and the country’s only real population centre. It is the centre of Brunei’s commerce and government but retains a somewhat sleepy, laid-back feel. The town lines the … Read More
  • Bario & the Kelabit Highlands

    Bario is the entry point for the Kelabit Highlands, a beautiful mountain valley situated over 1000 metres above sea level. Isolated until World War II, the Kelabit people and other communities of the highlands had … Read More
  • Batang Ai Lake

    The Batang Ai area is the site of the oldest Iban settlements in Sarawak. Iban first arrived here from Kalimantan in the 15th Century, before spreading out into the Skrang, Saribas, Rejang and Lundu areas, … Read More
  • Bintulu

    Bintulu is an industrial port town servicing the oil, gas and timber industries. The town is home to a massive Liquefied national Gas (LNG) manufacturing complex, one of the largest in the world. The town’s … Read More
  • Damai Beach & Santubong Peninsula

    The Santubong Peninsula, situated on the mouth of the Sarawak River 35 km from Kuching, is dominated by the rainforest-clad slopes of Mount Santubong. The area has long been settled by small fishing communities and … Read More
  • Danum Valley

    The Danum Valley Conservation Area covers 43,800 hectares of protected lowland rainforest and is home to an astonishing variety of plants and wildlife; including more than 340 species of birds, 124 species of mammals, 72 … Read More
  • Deramakot Forest Reserve

    Deramakot Forest Reserve is rich in wildlife with 75% of Sabah’s mammal species found within its 55,507 hectares of mixed dipterocarp forest. These species include orangutan, pygmy elephants, Banteng (wild cattle), proboscis monkeys and clouded … Read More
  • Gunung Gading National Park

    Gunung Gading National Park is home to the Rafflesia, the world’s largest flower which can grow up to one metre in diameter. The Rafflesia is a parasitic plant that takes eighteen months to infest the … Read More
  • Kawag Forest

    The Kawag Forest Area is located on the fringes of the Danum Valley Conservation Area and within the Ulu Segama Malua Forest Reserve. Kawag is mostly logged over lowland dipterocarp forest. Over recent years various … Read More
  • Kinabalu Park

    Kinabalu Park, covering an area of 754 sq km, was the first national park in Sabah. The park is dominated by Mount Kinabalu, one of the highest peaks in Southeast Asia at 4,095 metres. The … Read More
  • Kinabatangan River

    The 560-kilometre Kinabatangan River is Sabah’s longest river, beginning in the Crocker Range in Southwest Sabah and ending at the Sulu Sea southeast of Sandakan. From the headwaters to its vast river mouth, the Kinabatangan … Read More
  • Klias Wetlands

    The Klias Peninsula is located in the district of Beaufort, approximately 125 km southwest of Kota Kinabalu. It takes about 90 minutes to travel from Kota Kinabalu to Klias. The Klias Peninsula is a large … Read More
  • Kota Kinabalu

    Kota Kinabalu or KK is the state capital of Sabah. The city has good transport links and a range of good city and resort hotels. Kota Kinabalu’s coastal location and mountain backdrop give it one … Read More
  • Kubah National Park

    Kubah National Park covers 2,230 hectares of mixed dipterocarp forest that is rich in palms, orchids and pitcher plants. Situated on a small sandstone plateau Kubah is dominated by the 911 metre high Mount Serapi. Read More
  • Kuching

    Kuching, the state capital of Sarawak, is arguably one of the most attractive cities in Southeast Asia. With its romantic history of White Rajahs, its rich architectural heritage, and the warm hospitality of its residents, … Read More
  • Kudat

    Kudat is a small town located in the northern part of Sabah and the administrative centre of the Kudat District which is the populated mostly by Rungus people. Kudat is famous for its Rungus longhouses, … Read More
  • Labuk Bay

    Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary is located within an oil palm estate about 38 kilometres from Sandakan. The habitat at Labuk Bay is fragmented with relatively small patches of mangrove forest surrounded by plantation land. Read More
  • Lubok Kasai Jungle Camp

    Borneo Adventure’s Lubok Kasai Jungle Camp is located a 30-45 minute boat ride upriver from Nanga Sumpa, deep in the heart of Borneo. It is situated on the banks of the Lalang River in an … Read More
  • Menyang Tais

    Menyang Tais is 17-door Iban longhouse located a 20-30 minutes boat ride from the Batang Ai reservoir jetty. The longhouse is home to approximately 80 people and is one of four longhouses at Batang Ai … Read More
  • Miri

    Located a short distance away from the Brunei border, Miri is a busy oil town and commercial centre and the main entry point for Northeast Sarawak. Miri is a pleasant town to spend some time … Read More
  • Mongkos Bidayuh Longhouse

    Mongkos Bidayuh village is located near the Sarawak-Kalimantan border, 103 kilometres from Kuching. Traditionally the Bidayuh lived in longhouses but nowadays most Bidayuh settlements consist of individual houses rather than longhouses. Mongkos is a thriving … Read More
  • Mulu National Park

    Gunung Mulu National Park is justifiably famous for its limestone karst formations, some of the most spectacular caves on earth. Mulu is home to world’s largest underground chamber (the Sarawak Chamber), the world’s largest cave … Read More
  • Nanga Sumpa

    Borneo Adventure’s main lodge is located at Nanga Sumpa, approximately a 1½ hour longboat ride from the Batang Ai Lake. The lodge overlooks the Delok River and is a short walk away from the longhouse … Read More
  • Niah National Park

    Niah National Park is located on the Sungai Niah, about 3 km from the town of Batu Niah, 110 km south-west of Miri. The park includes one of the world’s largest cave entrances, palaeolithic & … Read More
  • Poring Hot Springs

    Poring Hot Springs is located 136 km from Kota Kinabalu and 40 km from Kinabalu Park HQ. Poring is situated amongst lowland rainforest rather than the montane and sub-montane forest of nearby Kinabalu Park. Poring’s … Read More
  • Pulau Tiga

    Pulau Tiga Park is located north of Kuala Penyu, opposite the swampy Klias Peninsula. The island became famous when it was used as the location for the first Survivor reality TV series. Accessed via a … Read More
  • Sandakan

    Sandakan, the former capital of Sabah, is a busy port town located at the entrance of a picturesque bay on the East Coast of Sabah. The town’s wealth was original built on timber but nowadays … Read More
  • Selingan Island

    The Turtle Islands National Park comprises three islands located approximately 40 km north of Sandakan. The beaches of Selingan, Bakungan Kecil and Gulisan Islands are nesting sites for both green and hawksbill turtles. Only Selingan … Read More
  • Semenggoh Wildlife Centre

    One of just four orangutan rehabilitation centres in the world, Semenggoh Wildlife Centre offers the chance to get up close to semi-wild orangutan. Located approximately 24 km from Kuching, Semenggoh was set up in 1975 … Read More
  • Semporna

    Semporna is a small town located on the east coast of Sabah. The town is located approximately 250 km by road from Sandakan. Semporna serves as the jumping off point for diving and snorkeling trips … Read More
  • Sepilok

    There are number of high quality attractions in the Sepilok area. Set up in 1964, the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre is the best known of the four orang utan rehabilitation centres in the world. Read More
  • Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre

    Set up in 1964, Sepilok is the best known of the four orang utan rehabilitation centres in the world. The centre covers 43 square kilometers within the 4,500 hectare Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve and is located … Read More
  • Sibu

    Sibu is the main port and commercial centre of the Rejang basin and the jumping-off point for exploring the mighty Rejang River, Malaysia’s longest river. Located at the confluence of the Rejang and the Igan … Read More
  • Similajau National Park

    Similajau National Park is situated approximately 30 km north-east of the town of Bintulu. The park’s main attractions are the geological features of its coast, its beaches and near-shore waters and its tropical rainforest. Similajau … Read More
  • Tabin Wildlife Reserve

    Tabin Wildlife Reserve covers an area of 122,500 hectares northeast of Lahad Datu. Whilst Tabin contains areas of undisturbed forest, much of the reserve consists of previously logged over forest. The area was declared a … Read More
  • Talang Talang Islands

    Pulau Talang Besar and Pulau Talang Kecil are located 30 minutes offshore from Sematan in Southwest Sarawak. These tiny islands serve as sanctuaries for Green and Hawksbill Turtles. Over 90% of turtle landings are from … Read More
  • Tanjung Datu National Park

    Tanjung Datu National Park comprises a narrow strip of forested hills and stunning beaches with clear emerald green waters. Located at the southwestern tip of Sarawak, Tanjung Datu is one of Sarawak’s smallest national parks … Read More
  • Taong Longhouse

    Taong longhouse is a small Iban community comprising 7 families. The longhouse is located a 1 hour 15 minutes boat ride from Batang Ai Lake. An overnight stay at Taong offers visitors the chance of … Read More
  • Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park

    With its beautiful beaches, offshore islands and pristine coral reefs, Sabah’s coastline is as fascinating as its rainforest and mountain-clad interior. The Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park near Kota Kinabalu covers 50 sq km and … Read More
  • Ulu Ai

    Ulu means ‘upriver’ and Ulu Ai translates as ‘the upper reaches of the Ai River’. What makes Ulu Ai so special is the natural environment and stunning scenery. Clean rivers and jungle streams, refreshing waterfalls … Read More
  • Ulu Temburong

    Ulu Temburong National Park is perhaps Brunei’s best tourism attraction. The park covers approximately 50,000 hectares of pristine rainforest. Ulu Temburong’s locality and steep terrain have limited human impact on the area and helped preserve … Read More