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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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Fantastic birds of Borneo and where to find them.

Fantastic Birds of Borneo | and where to find them

When we’re not exploring the ocean, we’re looking high into the sky at another very different, but equally fascinating, natural population of Borneo. The birds of Borneo include resident and migratory species, with up to 688 logged here to date. 60 of these species are endemic to the island, which means that you won’t see …

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Must-dive places in Sabah | Dive Sipadan

Top 4 Must-Dive Places In Sabah, Borneo

Malaysia is considered by many to be a tropical paradise, with stretches of the rich rainforest as far as the eye can see and tropical turquoise water that sparkles in the sunlight. It’s this crystal clear water that also makes it a haven for scuba divers and snorkelers, particularly in the Sabah region of Borneo. …

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Things to do in Kinabalu Park, Sabah

Things To Do in Kinabalu Park (If You’re Not Climbing The Mountain)

There is no doubt that Kinabalu Park is a stunning holiday destination. As Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site and the Centre of Plant Diversity for South-East Asia, there is a lot to see and do in the region. One of the major attractions in the 75,000 hectares of thick rainforest is Mount Kinabalu, which is …

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5 Tips for surviving Mount Kinabalu Climb

5 Tips For Surviving A Mount Kinabalu Climb

No two steps are the same, with the surrounding scenery changing every few hundred meters to give you a new, breathtaking view of Borneo. About Mount Kinabalu The first, and maybe the most important thing you should know about Mount Kinabalu, is that it’s the largest mountain in the entirety of Southeast Asia. It’s 4,095 …

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Proboscis monkeys and fireflies in Klias Wetlands, Sabah

​Proboscis Monkeys and Fireflies – 3 Reasons to Visit Kota Kinabalu

If you’re looking for a tropical and exciting adventure holiday, you couldn’t do much better than Kota Kinabalu. A beautiful coastal city known for its bustling markets, modern boardwalk, beaches and waterfront. Surrounded by rainforests, it’s the perfect place to explore, see new and exciting sights, and try some new hobbies as well. If you’re …

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Killer nets | Ghost fishing net removal in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Borneo Dream Playing a Key Role in the Clear Up of Killer Nets

Over April and May 2018, we’ve seen a massive increase in the number of discarded fishing nets within the Marine Park. These nets have a devastating impact on the marine environment. Not only do they entangle and ultimately lead to the drowning of numerous marine animals, but they also damage the fragile corals. The problem …

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