What to Do in Borneo
Housing a riot of exotic vegetation and mega fauna in almost untouched surroundings, Borneo Island is a veritable Eden that draws in adventure enthusiasts and travellers with a yen to see Borneo stereotypes. Worth mentioning for its remote islands, super-sized caverns, soaring mountain ranges and lush rainforests, Borneo enjoys a thoroughly warm, tropical climate and is habitually soaked in rain.
There’s been plenty of expansion in the name of progress but Borneo’s still a place of great interest; significant attractions include the mighty Mount Kinabalu (Southeast Asia’s highest peak), the Sarawak Chamber, the Gunung Mulu National Park (a World Heritage Site) and Kalimantan’s Sangalaki Archipelago. Inundated with verdant valleys and colourful coral reefs with hosts of tropical fish, Borneo’s a must-visit holiday destination.Read More