• Sepilok on Borneo: Experience orangutans close up

    Sepilok is on the agenda of just about everyone who travels to Sabah in the Malaysian part of Borneo. The orangutan rehabilitation center is the main attraction. We found the night hike much more exciting and tell you everything you need to know about your visit to Sepilok. Read More

  • Pulau Mabul – Under Water Hop Above Water Flop

    Pulau Mabul is an island off the coastal town of Semporna in the Malaysian part of Borneo. The island captivates by a dreamlike underwater world, as well as the proximity to the island Sipadan, which is considered as one of the best diving areas world-wide. Read More

  • Semenggoh Wildlife Centre

    The Semenggoh Wildlife Centre is the ideal way to get close to the orangutans without disturbing them. You can find out everything about how to get there, prices and feeding times in our article about the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre. Read More

  • Malaysian Borneo – River Safari on the Kinabatangan River

    The Kinabatangan River is a famous wildlife spotting spot in the Malaysian state of Sabah on the island of Borneo. Proboscis monkeys, orangutans and pygmy elephants are just some of the exciting animals that await you there. Read our article to find out everything you need to know. Read More

  • Kota Kinabalu – Big City & Island Charm

    Kota Kinabalu is the capital of the Malaysian state of Sabah. The city itself is rather less spectacular compared to its surroundings. Whether you want to visit the national park, Mount Kinabalu or the offshore islands. There is something for everyone here. Read More

  • Bako National Park – In search of the proboscis monkeys

    Bako National Park is one of the most popular in Malaysia. Not only its manageable size, but also its easy accessibility make it a popular destination. Besides bearded pigs, the popular proboscis monkeys and other exciting animals live here. Read More