Flights to Borneo - Malay Peninsula


Things to do and see in Broneo:

Climb Mount Kinabalu: Malaysia's highest peak - a relentless 2-day climb, but reaching the peak and seeing the sunrise makes it all worthwhile.

Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park: Unwind on one of the lush tropical islands along Borneo's Sabah coastline – the beautiful islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park are just a 20 minute boat ride from Kota Kinabalu.

Diving in Sipidan: Discover an underwater paradise off of Sipadan Island, rated as one of the best dive sites in the world.

Explore Kuching: Explore the riverside city and cultural heritage of Kuching in Sarawak, a delightful riverside city steeped in history.

Ride the North Borneo steam railway: passing through villages and coastal towns, paddy fields, rain forests and plantations of rubber and coffee.

Relax at Poring hot springs: soak away the day in the spring's hot sulphuric minerals, deemed to have healing properties and very popular among the locals.

Canopy walk: Try a canopy walk through the trees for an impressive aerial view of the forest below at Kinabulu Park.

Proboscis monkey: Get up close to bizarre-looking monkeys in the Klias Wetlands where the large proboscis monkey population is the latest ecotourism destination in Sabah.

Orangutans: Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary - a rehabilitation centre for orphaned baby orang utans where you can watch them up close in their natural habitat.

See ancient longhouses: tucked behind almost every bend in the river: Sarawak Iban Longhouse - take a longboat ride up the Lemanak River to see ancient longhouses tucked behind almost every bend in the river.

Flights to Kota Kinabalu in Borneo. Kota Kinabalu International Airport (airport code: BKI) is located just south of the city and is the second-busiest airport in Malaysia. Kota Kinabalu serves as the gateway for most tourists entering into Borneo.


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