Our adventure in Sabah and Sarawak includes the best of Malaysian Borneo, from jungle longhouses to protected rainforest and an island retreat.
You begin in the delightful colonial city of Kuching, before driving through plantations to Batang Ai National Park, to stay in a longhouse-style resort. After flying to Mulu National Park to explore its extraordinary cave systems, you cross into Sabah to visit Borneo's world renowned Orang Utan Sanctuary. Continue to the Kinabatabagan Wildlife Sanctuary, home to a wide variety of wildlife such as the proboscis monkey. Trek through the dense jungle and towering trees of the centuries old, Danum Valley or Tabin Wildlife Reserve. This remarkable journey ends with a restful three days on an unspoiled island off the coast of Sabah.
Overnight flight to Kuching via Kuala Lumpur. City sightseeing. Stay two nights at the Hilton Kuching.
Transfer by road and boat to Batang Ai National Park. Visit local tribal communities. Stay two nights at Aiman Batang Ai Resort.
Return to Kuching. Stay one night at the Hilton Kuching.
Fly to Mulu National Park. Visit caves. Stay two nights at the Mulu Marriot Resort.
Fly to Sandakan via Kota Kinabalu. Visit Sepilok orang-utan sanctuary. Stay one night at the Sheraton Sandakan.
Transfer by boat to the Sukau Rainforest. Explore the jungle by boat. Stay two nights at Sukau Rainforest Lodge.
Drive to the Danum Valley or Tabin Wildlife Reserve, exploring the Gomantong Caves enroute. Trek through rainforest in search of wildlife. Stay three nights at Tabin Wildlife Resort or Borneo Rainforest Lodge.
Fly to Kota Kinabalu and transfer to Gaya Island. Days at leisure. Stay three nights at Gaya Island Resort.