From unique wildlife and tropical islands to untouched jungle and isolated hill tribes, few destinations match Malaysian Borneo’s natural drama.
There are several ways to access this remote state’s pristine beauty without going through expensive, officially-designated tour companies or paying hefty fees.
These desert islands off the east coast of Borneo are a hidden paradise, with powder-fine beaches, lush interiors and lagoons with stingless jellyfish.
This isolated mountain range in southern Kalimantan is home to dense forests, mist-laced karst formations, indigenous Dayak villages, jungle treks and white-water rafting.
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