The highlight of a trip to Sarawak is to experience a night stay in a traditional Iban Longhouse, reached by road and river, where visitors can have an unforgettable experience of jungle life and closely mingle and exchange ideas with the extremely hospitable and friendly Ibans...
Kuching City: Astana, Fort Margherita, Main Bazaar, Sarawak Museum
Bako National Park: Rainforest Walk, Secluded Beach, Proboscis Monkeys.
Semenggoh Forest Reserve: Closed Range with Orangutans
Hilton Batang Ai Resort: A resort offering ecologically oriented activities.
Iban Longhouse: Experience an ancient culture.
Mulu caves: A World Heritage site..
Day 1: Kuching Arrival
Day 2: Semenggoh Orangutan/Kubah National Park
Day 3: Matang Wildlife Center/ Permai Rainforest Resort
Day 4: Mangrove River Cruise & Satang Turtle Island
Day 5: Bako National Park
Day 6: Bako National Park -Kuching
Day 7: Depart Kuching..
Sabah is dominated by one of the highest mountains in South East Asia - Mt. Kinabalu, and it is just 2 hours’ drive from the capital, Kota Kinabalu. Kinabalu Park offers an exceptional variety of flora and fauna for the nature enthusiast. Off-shore from Kota Kinabalu is the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park which offers a good snorkeling and diving ground. Whilst in Sandakan visit the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, home to over 120 wild or semi wild orangutans most of them orphaned as a result of logging operations. Visit the Selingan Turtle Island, a protected hatchery for the endangered green turtle. In Sukau, search for the elusive odd nosed Proboscis Monkeys and explore ox-bow lakes in the wilds of Sabah...
Kuching - Arrival, Kuching city Tour, Orang-Utan Wildlife & Bidayuh Long-House, Sarawak Cultural Village, Kuching, Kuching - Kota Kinabalu, Kinabalu Park World Heritage Site, Mari Mari Cultural Village & Sabah Wildlife Park, Kota Kinabalu, Kota Kinabalu - Departure ..
Borneo… a name shrouded in mystery, myths and legends, a place whose history reads like excerpts from an epic novel, with tales of pirates, head-hunters, white adventures and deep, impenetrable jungles as background. If all these somehow frightening tales were once real, it is no longer a reality in modern Borneo, where the Malaysian states of North Borneo are examples to the world of harmonious, peaceful and prosperous living...
Sarawak, the East Malaysian state on the island of Borneo offers every traveler the experiences that satisfy. Undoubtedly, one of the major attractions of Sarawak is its people who are famed for their warmth and hospitality. It is for this inevitable reason that this overland tour finds it obligatory for the visitors to begin with an overnight stay in a traditional Long-House to truly experience the old values and the tribal customs and traditions of the native Ibans who live on much as they did a century ago...
Sarawak is the home of the Mythical Headhunters of Borneo and the rare helmeted Hornbills. Kuching, the capital is a blend of Christian, Muslim and Chinese Cultures. Visit Semenggoh Orangutan Wildlife Centre and Bako Natioonal Park with its famous pitcher plants and the long nosed Proboscis Monkey. The Sarawak Museum has one of the best collections of artifacts representing traditional lifestyles in South East Asia. Visit the Iban people at Lemanak River and stay in their traditional Longhouse. One hour by flight from Kuching is Miri, the gateway to the world’s largest cave system...