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What you might see in Kinabatangan River

What you may see when visiting Kinabatangan River

At 350 miles long, the Kinabatangan River is the second-longest waterway in Malaysia. It’s well known for the biodiverse habitats on its banks and surrounding areas. Along the course of the river, you can access the limestone caves at Gomantong, dryland forests, mangrove swamps and lakes. Much of the lower river is within the Kinabatangan …

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Scuba diving day trips in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia | Borneo Dream

Sabah Diving Day Trips in Kota Kinabalu

Visitors to Sabah often have one thing in mind – the ocean! Whether your thing is diving, snorkelling or boat trips, the coastline of the region of Sabah is undeniably spectacular. Because of this, it can be hard to fit everything in. This is why Sabah diving day trips in Kota Kinabalu are such a …

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Kinabatangan River cruise on your own with Borneo Dream

Kinabatangan River Cruise on Your Own

As a visitor (or future visitor!) to Sabah, you’re probably keen to experience some of the wildlife that we’re so proud of here. You’re also probably fairly adventurous, and keen to try some active sightseeing! So, it’s no surprise that so many visitors gravitate towards the Kinabatangan River. This is the second-longest waterway in Malaysia. …

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Women's diving day | Borneo Dream

Women in Diving

In appreciation of PADI’s initiative “Women’s Dive Day”, which for 2019 is on 20th July, we’re taking a look at women in diving. With around 65% of certified divers being male, this annual celebration was conceived in 2015 to acknowledge and encourage more women in scuba diving. So we’ll look at historical women, innovative women, …

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