Collected by Jan Wallander
First Floor, Fordeco Building, Jalan Singa Mata, 91100, Lahad Datu, Sabah, 91100 Lahad Datu, Sabah, Malaysia
The Danum Valley Conservation area of Malaysian Borneo is one of the last remaining places on earth to see orangutans in the wild. It's a 2-3 hour ATV trip from the small town of Lahad Datu to the all-inclusive Borneo Rainforest Lodge on the banks...
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia
Kota Kinabalu may just have it all - sunshine, colourful architecture, great food, friendly people and proximity to beautiful beaches and incredible nature. It's the perfect place to base yourself to explore the province of Sabah on Malaysian...
Our first stop on Borneo was Mulu Park with some of the largest cave chambers and systems in the world (Clearwater Cave is 9th in the world at 175 kilometers long and 350 meters high). The cave formations were extraordinary. It takes 100 years to...
KM18, Jalan Telupid Tongod, Kinabatangan, Sabah, Malaysia
On our way to the BRL in Danum Valley with Wildland Adventures, we witnessed 3-foot Small-Clawed River otters undulating across the road, Red leaf monkeys flying through the trees, a galloping Bearded Pig, a group of Pygmy elephants blocking the...
Gaya Island, Sabah, Malaysia
As enchanting as sunrises are, sunsets are truly bewitching. That unique moment when the sun disappears below the western horizon is truly exceptional when you share it with someone special. Experiencing the vibrant colours painted across Mother...
Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
This cave was featured on the BBC series Planet Earth, so I had to check it out while in Borneo. You have to get to Mulu National Park and stay in the dorms offered by the park. From there you can take guided tours to the caves and see the ribbon...
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