Borneo’s noteworthy for its superlative sights; the 4101-metre-high Mount Kinabalu, Southeast Asia’s highest peak merits a visit. Alternatively, the Sarawak Chamber in the Gunung Mulu National Park is a must-visit spot on your Borneo excursion and Kalimantan’s Sangalaki Archipelago is a great place to see coral reefs with clouds of colourful tropical fish.
If you’re visiting Borneo on a budget, then you won’t be disappointed with its range of cut-price rumah tumpangan (guesthouses) and backpacker-worthy hostels. Alternatively, if you’re willing to shell out a little extra, there are many pleasantly appealing mid-range establishments in Borneo. However, luxury ventures offer the best bang-for-your-buck here – oftentimes offering deep discounts, and these top-class ventures are definitely worth your dollar.