This suggested combination of Borneo's finest beaches and the Abai Jungle Lodge is a wonderfully relaxed itinerary yet with plenty of opportunity for adventure. See the endangered Orangutans and explore the rainforests and protected marine parks of this unique destination.
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Add Borneo to your Malaysian twin or multi-centre holiday
This naturally stunning location offers countless opportunities for adventure and adrenaline, making it the perfect partner with other enticing Asian destinations.
Combine Borneo’s rich jungle life with fabulous beachside retreats, or create a true juxtaposition and add a stop to Singapore’s green city. Whatever you fancy, we’ll have an option for you.
This 10-night twin centre tour is a spectacular way to discover two of Asia’s finest destinations. Starting in the vibrant metropolis of Singapore and ending in the luscious, untouched wilderness in Borneo, you'll have plenty of time to discover the incredible attractions and sights these diverse, breath-taking locations have to offer.
Beaches, remote tropical islands and jungle exploration are all easily accessible from Kota Kinabalu. Experience the finest of Borneo's natural wonders including a once-in-a-lifetime trip to view Orangutans in their natural habitat and enjoy a luxurious stay at Shangri-La's Tanjung Aru.
A truly wonderful family holiday. Make memories on a tropical palm fringed beach and tick off one of your travel bucket-list by taking the family to Borneo via the theme parks of Singapore’s Sentosa Island.
Explore the best of northern Borneo with time to explore the wildlife and ecology of the Mangroves, the Mountains and the Marine Parks in addition to staying in a traditional longhouse. Cruise, trek, snorkel and swim as you marvel at the diversity and beauty of Sabah.
Want to take a journey through the fascinating features of Malaysia? From the rainforest wonders of Borneo and the astonishing coral coasts of Gaya Island, to the gleaming capital, Kuala Lumpur; these three distinctive destinations offer a real insight into Malaysia’s contrasting landscapes.