Borneo must see & do
1Spotting orang-utan in the jungle
2Remote Dayak longhouses
3Glorious diving at Pulau Sipadan
4Vast cave chambers
5Majestic Mount Kinabalu
The large island of Borneo is divided into Kalimantan, which is part of Indonesia, Sabah and Sarawak, which are part of Malaysia, and the independent country of Brunei. An adventure tour to Borneo takes in jungles teeming with wildlife, indigenous Dayak longhouses, amazing caves and superb dive sites.
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In Kalimantan, trek mountains, forests and mighty rivers to traditional Dayak villages and come face to face with orangutans, proboscis monkeys and diverse birdlife, canoe along the canals and floating markets of the lively city of Banjarmasin and explore the tropical islands around Pulau Derawan.
In Malaysian Borneo, Sabah is a nature-lover's paradise, the place to see some of Borneo's famed wildlife: orangutans in Sepilok, proboscis monkeys along the Kinabatangan, and hornbills. It's also where you'll find one of the world's best dive sites: Pulau Sipadan. Dominating northern Borneo is Mt Kinabalu, with its strange crown of granite towers.
- Indonesia's Kalimantan
- Trek Mt Kinabalu
- Malaysia's Sabah and Sarawak
- Visit the traditional Dayak Villages
- Visit the lively city of Banjarmasin
- Tropical Islands of Pulau Derawan
- Dive in Pulau Sipadan
Sarawak offers boat trips up winding jungle rivers, visits to the longhouses of Borneo's indigenous peoples, vast cave chambers inside limestone mountains and many historical and cultural attractions in the capital, Kuching.
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