Borneo Tours

Located at the Southeast Asia's Malay Archipelago, Borneo is a vast rugged island. It is known for its ancient culture and wonderful beaches, bioddiverse rainforest which is a home of varieties of wildlife including leaopards and orangutans. The island also is the home of the world's largest flower, Rafflesia Arnoldii, this flower also known as the the corpse flower because of its smell similar to a roting corpse. There are approximately over 200 different Ethnic groups in this island, which favored diversity when it comes to the way of living as well as customary traditions.

Food presents a bright insight to the culture and teh colourful history of this region. From steaks served with spicy sauce to the most popular raw fish which is marinated with lime juice and herbs along with rice and noodles. With such exciting facts about the region, experience Borneo Island with us through these different Tours we offer, and you will have an unforgetable journey with this magical place.

Sabah

Nature and culture diversity, blended with its beautiful beaches, and amazing cuisines, Sabah is deeply blessed with these features. The climate throughout this vast region is considered tropical, so travelers are advised to wear light linens or cotton fabrics, and a T-shirt paired with shorts to avoid overheating.
4D3N Sabah Kinabalu National Park and Two Island Tour

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5D4N Amazing Sabah Muslim Package

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3D2N Kota Kinabalu Free and Easy

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Island Excursion Day Tunku Abdul Rahman Park

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Kinabalu Park + Poring Hotspring Day Trip

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Kiulu River White Water Rafting Gred 1-2

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Mantanani Island Discover Scuba Diving Day Trip/Snorkelling

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Mari Mari Cultural Village Tour

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Proboscis Monkey & Fire Flies River Cruise

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Sarawak

Located at the north-west part of Borneo Island, Sarawak is home to a variety of ethnic groups as well as wildlife. You can find local delicacies or the traditional cusines at many food stalls at open air markets, or at local restaurants. Holidays and festivals must be at the notes of every traveler since Sarawakians observe a number of holidays and festivals throughout the year.