Search for a huge variety of charismatic species, including orangutans, Bornean pygmy elephants, proboscis monkeys, clouded leopards, great argus pheasants, eight species of hornbills, and the bizarre Bornean bristlehead.
Take a river cruise in Batang Ai National Park and visit with the native Iban people to learn about their unique communal lifestyle and tour a traditional longhouse.
Visit the renowned Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center to experience up-close encounters and phenomenal photographic moments with Borneo’s notable apes.
Explore the lush montane rainforest of Mount Kinabalu National Park, home to more than 1,000 orchid species and the famous carnivorous pitcher plants.
Like a bowl of its popular Sarawak laksa soup, Borneo is a complex concoction that is rich with flavor and rapidly addictive. The third-largest island in the world behind Greenland and New Guinea, Borneo spans some 287,000 square miles—more than Texas and twice the size of Germany.