Beaver Travel specialise in twin centre holidays to Borneo which is famous for Mount Kinabalu. Our Far East specialist Jeanette will take care of all travel plans removing the stress that booking a multi centre holiday can entail, letting you enjoy every part of your experience. Please call our dedicated and well-travelled team to take advantage of our 50 years of travel knowledge and let us create an inspirational journey, individually hand made for you.

Popular Things to do in Borneo, Malaysia

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Luxury Multi Centre Holidays to Borneo

Borneo, located north of Java Island, Indonesia is the third largest island in the world and is divided among three countries: Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak), Indonesia (Kalimantan) and the Sultanate of Brunei. It is said that the biggest problem with a visit to Borneo is where to start due to the vast amount of things to see and do but once you get going there will always be just that one more thing that you want to do/see.

The people in the northernmost state of Sabah are known as the “Latin lovers of Borneo” due to their fantastic appetite for life and music and they welcome tourists from all over the world with open arms and a smile that will make all who visit feel instantly comfortable in their new surroundings. Borneo is one of the last remaining areas on earth where development for the sake of tourism has not destroyed the potential wonders of the area however logging does continue at a relentless rate in some areas. Over the years some of the most spectacular areas of rainforest have been incorporated into national parks for preservation purposes and the diversity of plant and wildlife is truly stunning.

Popular tourist attractions include Mount Kinabalu (situated in the East Malaysia state of Sabah and the highest mountain climbing experience in Borneo), the Orang-utans (which can be visited in the Sepilok Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Centre), Scuba diving (some of the best in the world and something that Borneo has become world renound for) and the deep, dark Jungles home to Sumatran Rhino, Benteng Elephant, Clouded Leopard, Bornean Gibbon, and Leaf Monkeys (treks can be arranged to explore these regions).

To find out the best time to visit Malaysia and to speak to someone that knows the area please call Jeanette our Far East luxury multi centre holiday specialist:

01923 289 100