Experiences not to be missed


With an incredible diversity of wildlife, this rainforest reserve is regarded as one of the most important in the region. With many species of hornbills, plus opportunities to see the very rare and vulnerable Clouded Leopard, this area of old growth forest is one of the great surviving refuges for many animal species.


The Kinabatangan River is probably the most accessible area in Borneo where a wide range of wildlife can be sighted. Visitors can explore the rainforest by boat and spot wildlife along the riverbanks, looking out for orangutan, Pygmy elephants, Proboscis monkeys and hornbills. 


Established in 1964 to rehabilitate captured, injured or abandoned apes, the Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, this important centre has played a vital role in returning more than 75% of orangutans who have been brought here to the jungle. 


This charming colonial trading town on the Sarawak River is the gateway to Sarawak's forested interior and combines new and old Borneo. Chinese shophouses, colonial architecture courtesy of the White Rajas, and delicious local cuisine are all on offer. 


With its vast limestone caves hidden beneath rainforest-covered hills, Mulu is one of Borneo's most spectacular scale - Clearwater Cave is now known to extend an incredible 226 kilometres. The sight of several million bats exiting the Deer Cave each evening as they head off to feast on forest insects is an unforgettable natural spectacle.


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