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Derawan Island and the Sangalaki Archipelago

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These desert islands off the east coast of Borneo are a hidden paradise, with powder-fine beaches, lush interiors and lagoons with stingless jellyfish.
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Borneo’s mystical Meratus Mountains

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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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Novice diving off Sabah’s coast

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While Sipadan has a reputation for attracting expert underwater explorers, there are many options throughout Borneo’s Semporna Archipelago for less-advanced divers and snorkelers.
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In search of Borneo’s tribes

Borneo’s indigenous peoples, known collectively as Dayaks, belong to many different tribal groups each with its own dialect, customs, laws, culture and territory.


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Malaysian Borneo on a single circuit

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Low-cost flights make it easy to hopscotch across the island’s rugged landscape, seeing mist-shrouded jungles, some of the world’s largest caves and lively city markets in one tour.
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Malaysia in pictures

From the Petronas Twin Towers to Borneo, a selection of iconic images in Malaysia.


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