Trips to Borneo
Wildlife @ Tabin Wildlife Reserve, SabahTabin, one of the finest wildlife viewing park in Sabah, was declared a wildlife reserve because of the large numbers of wildlife and birds inhabiting its jungle, many of which are endemic and endangered species. The three largest land mammals of Sabah: Asian Elephant, Sumatran Rhino and the "tembadau" or wild buffalo are found within the forests of Tabin. 3D2N Tabin Wildlife land cost from SGD $755 per person, valid until Mar 31, 2015. (UD141214150331)
Menyang Tais Longhouse & Aiman Batang Ai Resort3D2N Menyang Tais Longhouse & Aiman Batang Ai from SDG $604 per person. Meet the Iban people at Menyang Tais longhouse, experience the Borneo rainforest and enjoy the pleasures of upriver travel. One of the nights will be spent at the Hilton Batang Ai Resort.
Nanga Sumpa Jungle Lodge3D2N Nanga Sumpa Jungle Lodge from SGD $584 per person. The Nanga Sumpa longhouse is a living example of an Iban community who have embraced a form of respectful, low volume, tourism where visitors meet the local Iban on equal terms and the local people are free to blend their traditional way of life with the benefits of contemporary living.
Birding @ Tabin Wildlife ReserveTabin, one of the finest wildlife viewing park in Sabah, was declared a wildlife reserve because of the large numbers of wildlife and birds inhabiting its jungle, many of which are endemic and endangered species. The three largest land mammals of Sabah: Asian Elephant, Sumatran Rhino and the "tembadau" or wild buffalo are found within the forests of Tabin. 3D2N Tabin Wildlife land cost from SGD $755 per person, valid until Mar 31, 2015. (UD141214150331)
Diving @ Sipadan-Kapalai ResortSipadan-Kapalai Dive Resort is located on the sea just 15 minutes from Sipadan. It is a unique “Water Village” resort, offering guests excellent rooms and fantastic serenity of the surrounding sea, combined with first class macro-world diving at more than thirty dive sites.
Diving @ Mabul Water BungalowsMabul Water Bungalow is a fabulous floating dive-resort situated at Mabul Island overlooking the world-known Sipadan Island just 15-minutes away by speedboat. There are 15 stilted wooden-type bungalows entirely built over water offering sheer comfort. Each bungalow exquisitely furnished with contemporary decor, equipped with remote control air-conditioner, ceiling fan, private bathroom with hot/cold shower and toilet, spacious private balco
Diving @ Sipadan-Mabul Resort (SMART)Sipadan Mabul Resort (SMART) is nestled in a coconut grove and offers beautifully-designed wooden air-conditioned chalets built next to a beautiful stretch of white sand beach. In addition to daily boat dives, SMART offers unlimited dives (including night dives) in front of the Resort’s jetty. The resort has its own swimming pool and there are sea kayaks available for when you're feeling energetic and fancy having a look around the island by sea.
Diving @ Layang Layang Island ResortLayang Layang is a small atoll in the middle of the South China Sea belonging to Malaysia. It is situated 300km northwest of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah. On the artificially enlarged island is a bird sanctuary, a runway stretching across the entire island, a small naval base and the dive resort. There is no beach and no house reef on the island. Layang Layang Island Resort is the only resort and diving operator available on this small coral atoll.
Biking Untamed Borneo, SabahWe cycle to and spend two nights in the midst of Malaysia’s largest wildlife reserve, where you are sure to sight monkeys and a teeming birdlife. Next it’s on to a boat to cruise through the mangroves of the Kinabatagan River and hopefully sight proboscis monkeys, found only in Borneo. To see proboscis and orang utans up close we’ll go to two different sanctuaries before we switch tracks and cycle off road following part of the Sandakan Death March route. Trip prices valid until Nov 30, 2015.