Borneo, Malaysia & Singapore

Malaysia, Sabah & Sarawak

Malaysia is a land of contrasts, people and cultures, old and new. Its capital, Kuala Lumpur, is a modern city but has never lost sight of its traditional heritage. Its long coastline and many coral fringed islands give rise to a large number of fabulous beaches such as Langkawi, Penang and Tioman. For a cooler climate visit the colonial hill station areas of the Cameron & Genting Highlands.

Sabah is the gateway to the best wildlife encounters. Visit the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre and Selingan Turtle Island. Take a wildlife safari along the Kinabatangan River and come face to face with the Proboscis monkey and the Bornean Pygmy Elephants. Ascend to the heights of the clouds and conquer Mt Kinabalu or dive to the depths of the sea exploring the heart of the golden coral triangle that is known as Sipadan.

Sarawak is one the largest of the thirteen states of Malaysia. Immerse in the communal culture of the Iban people, stay in a traditional longhouse and learn about their diverse history as headhunters. Visit the Semonggok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre and the Bako National Park with its famous pitcher plants. From Miri visit the Mulu National Park and cave system – the largest discovered in the world.

Top 5 Experiences

  1. Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre (Sabah)
  2. Selingan Turtle Island (Sabah)
  3. Cameron Highlands
  4. Iban Longhouse (Sarawak)
  5. Bako National Park (Sarawak)

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Brunei

In the north-west corner of Borneo, lies the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam and the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan. About 70% of Brunei’s land area is covered by unspoilt rainforest, home to many varieties of flora and fauna endemic only to the island of Borneo. A great portion of the country’s dense rainforest is situated in and around the Temburong district.

Brunei’s population is mainly composed of Malays with a mixture of Chinese and Indian communities. Brunei enjoys warm, equatorial climate year round with very minor seasonal variations but high levels of rainfall and humidity.

 

Top 5 Experiences

  1.  Ulu Temburong National Park
  2. Kampong Ayer – the world’s largest and oldest water village
  3. Stay at the Empire Hotel
  4. Spot Proboscis Monkeys
  5. Visit the Royal Regalia Museum

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Kalimantan

Kalimantan, Indonesia, has an intriguing history of sultanates and traditional Dayak tribes. A wealth of ecological and cultural treasures survive deep within the rainforests of the world’s third largest island.

With its legacy of Chinese, Malay, Hindu, Muslim, and Dutch influences, there is a virtual mosaic of traditions flourishing in the bustling seaports and riverside cities to be discovered. This is raw Borneo, where the rivers are the main highways through this vast and mostly empty province.

 

Top 5 Experiences

  1.  Spot Orang Utans in their natural habitat
  2. Tanjung Puting National Park
  3. Camp Leaky
  4. Cruise along the Rungan River
  5. Discover tribes and villages

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Singapore

Singapore, or the Republic of Singapore to give the country its full title, is situated just north of the equator, at the foot of the Malay Peninsula. A country as unique to its Asian Neighbours as it is to the rest of the world, the “Lion City”, as it is commonly identified, is a land of modern skyscrapers, a delectable variety of food, fantastic shopping and a first class airport with connections to the rest of the world.

Malay is the official language and English is the language that unites the business community and the various ethnic groups.

 

Top 5 Experiences

  1. Singapore Night Safari
  2. Marina Bay Sands Sky Park
  3. Cable Car Sky Dining
  4. Gardens by the Bay
  5. Sentosa Island

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