Travel to Borneo and Malaysia

Kinabatangan River at Sukau

Travel to Borneo and Malaysia with highly specialized tour guide

Tourist Travel has a special passion for Borneo. We have visited the island countless times on the Malaysian side and will without shaking our voices call ourselves specialists in travel to Borneo. Of course, we tailor your trip to Borneo so that it matches your wishes in terms of travel times, travel days and of course what you want to experience on your trip to Borneo. A trip to Borneo and Malaysia offers a sea of ​​different experiences.

Travel to Borneo offers world-class experiences

On a trip to Malaysia and Borneo, you get up close to the amazing and distinctive wildlife of the rainforest. Among other things, you can expect to meet the particularly characteristic nose monkeys, the unique orangutans, exotic and beautiful bird species in addition to the world’s largest flower, Rafflesia Kerrii. In addition, you can look forward to meeting exciting, foreign cultures and interesting population groups in Borneo and Malaysia. Travel with us to Borneo and Malaysia and get an experience of a lifetime.

The world’s third largest island, Borneo, is divided into three parts. The southern part of the island belongs to Indonesia, while the northern part of Borneo is split between Malaysia and Brunei. Six oceans, including the South China Sea, encircle the maritime-enriched island.

Borneo has approx. 18.5 million inhabitants. Depending on which side of the island you visit, Indonesian or Malaysian is spoken here. On a trip to Borneo, you will be greeted by a tropical climate and its lush landscape and varied wildlife. Tourist Travel travels to the Malaysian part of the island, where you can experience orangutans , nose monkeys, gibbons , lion monkeys and pygmy elephants.

Places to experience in Borneo and in Malaysia

The Iban people

Travel to Borneo offers clashes with the marvelous Iban people. These were formerly infamous headhunters. Today, they live in Borneo’s rainforests, where they live in houses built of poles and bamboo.

The arrival of the Europeans and the subsequent colonization of the island put an end to the Iban people’s main hunt. Instead, today they welcome tourists with tribal dancing and home-brewed rice wine.

Baku National Park

According to Thedresswizard, Baku National Park on Borneo was established in 1957, making it the oldest park in the state of Sarawak. Here you walk through Bornoe’s rain and mangrove forests. Long-tailed macaques and whimsical nose monkeys are to be spotted here.

Both in the air and on land it is full of life. It’s not unlikely that a wild boar whizzes by, or that a heap of colorful butterflies flies over your head. Experience the park after dark with Tourist Travel.

Selingan Island

The protected area for turtles is visited every year by more than a thousand turtles. They come here from far away to breed. You can experience this spectacular sight with your own eyes on Selingan Island.

That evening you can return here to see the many eggs hatch and a myriad of turtle cubs overgrow. You can even help put the kids back in the ocean. Look forward to this experience on your journey.

Sepilok Rehabilitation Center

On your trip to Borneo, you must get acquainted with the mischievous orangutans. There are many ways to do this. For example, visit the Sepilok Rehabilitation Center, where orphaned animals are treated and cared for.

The place was originally founded for Orangutans. Since then, the center has expanded so that parents of Malay bears, gibbons and sumatran rhinos can also be treated. A visit here is a fun and unique experience in Borneo.

Kinabalu Parken

Kinabalu Park is Malaysia’s first area on UNESCO’s list of cultural heritage worthy of preservation. The park was included in the list due to its role as one of the most important biological sites on earth.

There are more than 4,500 different types of flora and fauna – including 326 bird species and about 100 mammal species. In the park you can swim in waterfalls and admire the amazing mountain of the same name.

Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Tabin Wildlife Reserve is located in the state of Sabah, and was founded to preserve and protect the amazing wildlife that Borneo entails. The area extends over 122,539 hectares, and offers biological fascinations.

The large attraction of the reserve is the world’s largest flower Rafflesia Kerri. This has a diameter of 50-90 cm. and is, on the whole, deeply marvelous. Furthermore, this place is the only one in Malaysia where free-ranging rhinos live.

Kinabatangan River at Sukau

Types of travel in Borneo and Malaysia

Safari trip on Borneo

On trips to Borneo with Tourist Travel, you get up close to the world’s oldest rainforests, where unusual animal and plant life is found. Borneo has several amazing national parks. Orangutans in particular are very special to Borneo.

Cultural trip to Borneo and Malaysia

Traveling to Borneo is a cultural adventure from start to finish. Visit the caves outside Kuching, where absolutely incredible historical paintings adorn the walls. Inside the cave hides a huge cave where both waterfalls and birds take place.

Beach holidays in Borneo and Malaysia

A trip with Tourist Travel to Borneo often ends with pampering on Kinarut Beach in Malaysia. After a content-rich journey in Borneo, it is important to process all new impressions and experiences. For this purpose, the surroundings of Kinarut Beach are perfect for.

Trekking in Borneo and in Malaysia

With Tourist Travel you will be able to pull in the most distinctive and beautiful area of ​​Borneo. We pass Kota Kinabalu – the capital of Sabah province. The city is named after Mount Kinabalu, one of the highest mountains in Southeast Asia.