Borneo is not an uber-modern stronghold neither is it backwater territory. The region’s a popular stopover point for tourists due to its cultural and natural bounty but the area’s also got plenty of efficient, modern cities. The Indonesian state of Kaliamantan lays claim to two-thirds of the island, Malaysia’s easternmost states of Sabah and Sarawak retain a good chunk of Borneo’s north section and the Islamic Sultanate of Brunei occupies two slices of land between them.
Each province in Borneo has its fair share of sightseeing offerings so be sure to check out Sabah, Sarawak, Labuan, Brunei and Kalimantan’s individual area guides before you make a trip to Borneo. We’ve worked hard to make sure you see and experience all that the world’s third largest island has to offer!
All Areas in Borneo
Sabah at the North Eastern tip of Borneo is the gateway to fascinating cultures, beautiful scenery and magical islands. Read More»
Sarawak occupies the North Western Coastline of Borneo. With a large range of expansive rainforests and countless rivers Read More»
Covering two-thirds of Borneo in four provinces, Kalimantan remains one of Indonesia’s least-visited regions. The Read More»
It comprises the 75sqkm Pulau Labuan and six smaller islands – Pulau Burung, Pulau Daat, Pulau Kuraman, Pulau Papan, Read More»
Brunei is a small country nestled between Sabah and Sarawak in Borneo. Brunei offers you a nice balance between city and Read More»
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