Private Tour at RM477..An Intensive training ground before going for a serious trekking. Initially most of the avid mountaineers would grab the opportunity to be familiarized with the trails of this mountain before setting out Mount Kinabalu or the Himalayan Range track. There are three different trails that lead you to Mount Berembun
Private Trip at RM530..The Mount Brinchang trail (Trail no.1) takes you to the peak of Cameron Highlands. Standing at 6,666 feet from the sea level, the highest peak is surrounded by a mythical Mossy Forest that evolved at the ridge of the mountain touching the lower clouds
Private Tour at RM477..Night jungle activity is designed for people who want to experience something extraordinary. The current program is very educational by emphasizing on Flora and Fauna of the Rainforest. For some people is about overcoming the fear of the unknown
Private Tour at RM477..Visit the oldest Chinese Buddhist Temple in Cameron Highlands. Feel the calmness towards the destiny to the Temple. At the beginning of the trail is a little tricky but it gets easier as you go on. Certain part of the trail offers you a beautiful view of the Montane Rainforest.
From RM98..This program is a combination of The Mount Brinchang Mossy Forest Tour in the first part of the day. After lunch (pax acc) continue visiting Butterfly and Insect Farm, Vegetables, Fruits and Flowers Market, The Time Tunnel –mini museum and galleria, Sam Poh Buddhist Temple and Strawberry Farm
From RM106..This program is a combination of The Mount Brinchang Mossy Forest Tour in the first part of the day. After lunch (own acc) continue trekking with our experienced nature guide you thru dense mountain forest of Cameron Highlands while enlightening you with the valuable medicinal plants and the eco-system of the rainforest
From RM53..An interpretive walk with our nature guides into the Mossy forest will reveal some of the exotic floras on earth, like the Pitcher plant, Orchids, Primitive Ferns, Spices and Medicinal Plants. A short drive down from the mountain will bring you to the Sungai Palas ‘BOH’ Tea Factory.
Private Tour at RM424..Let experienced nature guides guide you thru dense mountain forest of Cameron Highlands while enlightening you with the valuable medicinal plants and the eco-system of the rainforest. The Montane rainforest of Cameron Highlands is nestled on the largest mountain range of Malaysia
Private Tour at RM424..Observe the many varieties of Camellia plants (Tea Plant) and other garden plants before trek and climb the third highest mountain in Cameron Highlands. Some trekkers had witnessed an amazing view from the peak.
Private Tour at RM424.,This trail is rated from easy to moderate walk which starts along the Bertam River. Stop by the Robinson`s Waterfall before resume trekking through the beautiful Rainforest across the valley. The trail ends at one of the main vegetable growing basin in Cameron Highlands
Private Trip at RM480..The vegetation of The Montane Rainforest in Cameron Highlands changes according to the altitude. The many varieties of eco system house many species of terrestrial and epiphytic orchids. The most amazing orchid species are the Corybas –The Helmet Orchid. Cameron Highlands is a botanist paradise housing many of these jewels
A city tour round areas of historical interest in Kuala Lumpur such as the Petronas Twin Towers, National Museum, National Mosque, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, National Monument, King's Palace and more
This evening tour takes you to the open air bazaar of Chinatown, a Hindu temple and a sumptuous Malay cuisine accompanied with a cultural show.
Next proceed to Kampung Kuantan – the highlight of the tour. Row upstream in a small unmotorised boat (tongkang) in the quiet darkness to witness the blinking trees. This scintillating display of fireflies portrays an image of a flashing Christmas tree.
This tour will take you through the Heritage Trails of the early cultures in Malaysia – an insight into Malaysia’s multi – cultural society.
Visit St. Peter’s Church (1710) – the oldest Christian Church still in use in Malaysia. Drive past the largest 17th century Chinese cemetery outside of China, located at Bukit China or Chinese Hill. Stop at the foothill to view the Sultan’s Well before driving through the Portuguese Settlement
An educational tour of nature and environment outside the jungle. Orchid Garden – see over 800 varieties of orchid including the exotic species, thrive abundantly on one hectare of floral paradise.
The journey to the tropical rainforest in the outskirts of the city, will take approximately an hour. Along the way you pass through typical Malay Villagers and scenes of friendly people going about their daily chores
A list of day tours for Kuala Lumpur and Surroundings including a walk in the Forest , a day at the elephant centre, or a visit to the fishing villages and a trip down the river in the late evenings to view the firefly colonies in full splendour , and many more
Kuala Gandah Elephant conservation was established in 1989 by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks. The center is a base for the Elephant Relocation Team, which began the elephant translocation programme in 1974
Our last stop will be at the limestone hills of Batu Caves that comprises of three caverns and several smaller caves. It is the shrine of Lord Murugah, a Hindu deity – a flight of 272 steps lead up to the temple cave. Another cave, called the museum cave, is filled with images of deities and murals depicting scenes from the Hindu sculptures.
Amidst the freshness of cool, crisp mountain air about 6,000 feet above sea level, lies Malaysia’s only casino resort. Stop at cable car station and take a skyway cable car ride, with a sky above you and a tropical rainforest below, ride up to the hilltop on the longest and fastest cable car in Southeast Asia.
The Templer’s Park is located 22 km north of bustling Kuala Lumpur. A tropical paradise, Templer’s Park is a great spot for bird watchings, jungle trekking. Not only does it offer a picturesque setting with a towering attraction near its edge, namely the million-year-old limestone hill Bukit Takun, Templer’s Park is also a convenient escape from the rigours of urban life
Located 13 km northeast of Kuala Lumpur, the National Zoo houses some 200 species of animal, bird and reptiles, while the aquarium has 80 species of marine and fresh-water life. Within the extensive grounds is an area for sea lions where visitors can see them being most active during feeding time.
On arrival at Pulau Ketam, take a leisurely stroll to see how an entire fishing community lives in a village where even the roads are build on stilts. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant. After lunch, catch the ferry for return trip to Port Klang. Drive up to view the fabulous palace of the Selangor Sultan.
Spanning over 80 acres, Sunway Lagoon draws fun seekers from all over with its reputation as a theme lands, each boasting their own exciting attractions. There are Adventure Park, Wild Wild West Water Park, Surf Beach and Elephant Walk.
The journey from Kuala Lumpur to Putra Jaya takes approximately 50 minutes via the highway. Our first stop will be Taman Warisan or Agricultural Heritage Park – a ‘living’ museum for mango, rubber, coca, palm oil, durian, jackfruit, herbs and etc.
Only RM150per person..For the families with small children we offer a short and easy 500m trail that leads to a jungle stream in which they can have a fun swim, a welcome respite for those hot days in a most natural of settings.
This tour you will get higher chances to keep local wildlife picture in your digital slides, can be done either early morning or late evening. The purpose we make the separate tour due to the different scenario of wildlife view that we can photograph
our tours are unique, fun and informative. Our well trained and knowledgeable nature guide will share his insight to the importance of the geopark and watching wildlife in their natural habitat. We don’t include any gimmicky activities such as eagle feeding, monkey feeding and monitor lizard feeding. These are extremely harmful, unhealthy and unsustainable ecological practices
Geo Park: Life on the Brink. This tour takes us to the south of Langkawi where we take a boat and explore some of the most beautiful seascapes Malaysia has to offer. Join our Geopark guide on this most memorable outing of the best Langkawi has to offer and take home lasting impressions of this magical place.
Langkawi has tonnes to offer if you like nature, wildlife, sea and sun. There are a number of different tours catering to the masses and several bespoke ones too.
The open corridor between the rainforest is best for observing rainforest birds. Among the birds we may see are Flower Peckers, Hill Mynas, Dollarbirds, Green Pigeons, Drongos, Tailorbirds, Babblers, Bulbuls, Sunbirds, Eagles, Woodpeckers and Oriental-pied Hornbill.
Our guide will take us on board to explore the Kubang Badak river. We may have chances to observe the White-bellied Sea Eagles, Brahminy Kites, Kingfishers, Herons, Mudskippers, Fiddler Crabs and Monitor Lizards and if we are lucky the resident otter family. We will then join a local family for a delightful home cooked lunch. Next we head to a nearby jungle trail for a short 450m trek leads to a quite jungle pool for a refreshing swim before returning to the resort.
For the more energetic among us we can head to Kubang Badak River for some Kayaking. Depending on the tidal conditions we will either begin at the coast and end up river or begin upriver and end down at the coast
As the day draws to a close and the night begins to envelope it, a myriad of amazing and unique creatures begin to stir and come alive to start the night shift. Our tour starts from the base of Gunung Raya where our guide will meet and greet you. After a short brief we proceed with a drive to the summit of the highest peak on the island. This drive up take us along a quite road that overlooks the rainforest canopy.
Melaka has transformed from a little village to an entrepot to an abandoned outpost and recently seen a resurgence as a tourist jaunt. Melaka and George Town, Penang were named as UNESCO World Heritage Sites based on their history trails of trade dating back 500years..
At RM390..The trail which starts from Pasir Pandak and ends at Pantai Kerachut is about 2 hours of leisure walking on undulating terrain. Along the trail you will be able to enjoy clean cool streams, an array of flora and fauna, dominated by dipterocarps to commercial and medicinal species to ferns, palms, pitcher plants, meromictic flora, climbers, fungi and many resident & migratory birds, monkeys, squirrels, occasionally you will be able to spot the rare spiny hill tortoises, river terrapins, snakes, etc
Away from Balik Pulau town there is a labyrinth of minor roads, pathways and alleys . Cyclists are treated as pedestrians, so you can use bicycle to explore green paddy field, fruit orchard, plantation, mangrove, fishing village and dozen of traditional Kampung in Balik Pulau. Exploring the town by bicycle has all the advantages of going by foot, combined with a much greater action radius and cooling breeze
Sitting in the West of the islands, Balik Pulau literally means 'at the back of the island'. Covering 1/3 of Penang islands, Balik Pulau is basically an agriculture area famous for it's Durian, Nutmeg, and Assam Laksa for many Penangites
George Town, listed by UNESCO as a world heritage city with its diversified arts & cultures, it is definitely a place not to be missed! Visit to the world renowned PERANAKAN MANSION MUSEUM which displays over 1000 pieces of antiques and collectable items which blend different cultures together, it is like going back to the olden days of Penang. Then take a short walk to the colorful ethnic Indian enclave, THE LITTLE INDIA
Name after King George III of England – George Town, being the oldest city in Malaysia that remains unchanged till this day where old COLONIAL BUILDINGS with narrow streets are found. Move on to a Burmese & Thai Temple to discover the famous and most beautiful GOLDEN RECLINING BUDDHA statue. Next visit the STATE MUSEUM to understand the local cultures of various races and the early history of Penang
Watch this internationally renowned food paradise island come alive at night. Begin your evening with the tasting of FAMOUS & AUTHENTIC LOCAL CUISINE. After dinner take a short ride in our traditional OPEN TOP TRISHAW, a three wheeler transportation allowing you to explore the city of Georgetown in a much slower pace
• Famous Heritage Landmarks • Colonial Buildings • Fort Cornwallis • Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower • Waterfront Jetties • Little India • Street of Harmony (St George’s Church/Kuan Yin Temple/Indian Temple/Kapitan Keling Mosque)/The Blue Mansion Remark : Approx 2 hours Trishaw ride based on twin share
BOTANICAL GARDEN or also known as WATERFALL GARDENS was created by the British in 1884, where the botanist conducted research. Set in the valley with natural landscaping surrounded by hills and greenery. It is rich in flora and fauna with fresh water flowing down the hills. Take a stroll around the garden and look out for photogenic monkeys, giant squirrels and many others.
Explore estuarine/tidal forests and mangrove waterways, quaint fishing villages and unique mangrove flora and fauna; sample freshly caught seafood cooked in fresh ingredients
Penang day tours on seat-in-coaches are affordable and convenient, as long as there's a minimum of 2 persons, the tour will proceed..
The narrow straits of Air Hitam Dalam Educational Forest is a small patch of freshwater swamp forest at the northern end of the state and it provides sanctuary to such feathered jewels as the Mangrove Pitta, Ruddy Kingfisher and Black-And-Red Broadbill. A number of migrants also pass through the locality and some will also remain here for the winter. It is also for the best places to see nocturnal species like owls and nightjars.
07.00am: Take the train or transfer (from Botanical garden) up the hill. Upon reaching the top, we begin our birding by trek up the hill through the verdant forest of Penang and towards the Tiger Hill enjoying the sun before it gets too hot. Turning around, you will spot some birds and also see the spectacular views of Penang and the mainland.The Birding takes about 3 hours.
Durian Appreciation Session (Learn how to differentiate good and bad durian and to try out some of the famous Penang durian like Ang Hae, Hor lor, D703, D24 and etc)
Located in the central of Penang Island is a village name Air Hitam (Black Water), visit to one of the biggest Buddhist Temple in the region – KEK LOK SI TEMPLE of Ten Thousand Buddha, also known as monasteries of the supreme bliss where GIGANTIC BRONZE STATUE OFGODDESS OF MERCY can be seen
Enjoy unlimited fun at Lost World of Tambun with your friends and family. The park includes of Wet Park, Amusement Park, Twin Waterfall Sandy Beach, Natural Hot Springs, Petting Zoo
• Boat Ride • Fun Fishing • Monkeys • Sea Eagles • Giant Lizard • Sandy Beach • Sunbath • Swim • Relax • BBQ LUNCH
Discover the natural beauty of the island with interesting sights and information. A stop to learn about the TRADITIONAL ART of fabric making by using wax and dyes. The drive through the hills where one will enjoy the lush greenery of tropical rainforest dotted with fruit orchards and spices.
Ancient Indian (Tamil) records from the Cangkam Period (200BCE to 200CE) specifically refer to iron imported from this area (then known as Kataram). We will visit several archaeological sites including its modest Archaeology Museum to observe artifacts retrieved from the digs. To date, 97 sites have been identified including a sunken ship, not far from this riverside jetty
• Taiping Lake Gardens • Taiping Zoo • Charcoal Factory
A first of it's kind in Penang, the school is custom-made with individual purpose-built workstations that allows for a memorable hands-on cooking experience.Tucked away in a secluded corner of the gardens, the cooking school is surrounded by jungle trees and wildlife, a small herb garden and a glimpse of the Andaman Sea.
Transfer from Kuala Terengganu to Terrapin Conservation Centre ( Batagur baska is a species of riverine turtle) at Bukit Paloh located on the bank of the Terengganu river. Some 1,300 eggs are collected from three conservation sites between January and April every year.
Visit fireflies sanctuary by the riverside. Mangrove swamp are along both side of the river, see display trees Sonneratia caseolaris (Berembang). Paddle with sampan (boat) and witness one of the nature’s wonders fireflies staring their light and developed striking synchronous flash pattern.
Visit Rantau Abang Forest Reserve Park, start your jungle walk under the shady canopy of the oldest rainforest in the world and share the secrets of the wilderness. Enjoy the nature’s symphony of cicadas perform a concert like you’ve never heard before. (Cicadas depends on Season)
Drive along the ‘long roof’ China Town and visit colourful Central Market. Take a water taxi to the picturesque Seberang Takir fishing village (dot with brightly paint fishing boat). Drive along Bukit Puteri (Princess Hill), Waterfront, Maziah Palace, State Mosque, then proceed to State Museum (the largest museum in Malaysia with outdoor and indoor museum).
Drive along the picturesque countryside to the interior of Terengganu enroute, visit Terengganu keris hilt making and songket weaver, songket is a magnificent traditional Malay fabric beautifully woven in silk or cotton yarns using gold or colourful metallic treads to form traditional songket motifs. Most experienced songket weavers inherited their skills from their ancestors
10:00am - Meet and transfer to Kenyir Lake 11:00am - Arrival Jetty, there is a spectacular view of the lake. 11:30am - Cruise to “Pulau Herba” & Lasir Waterfall
From RM158..Drive to Cemerong Waterfall, 1 hours trek up to the beautiful waterfall which lay at the wall of East Coast Mountain Range, 305 meters of white water streaked down sheer rock faces before smashing into a cloud of spray. surrounding by green forest, dip in the cool water.
From RM210..Depart to Pelagat forest reserve. The special appeal of Lata Tembakah lies in beautiful natural scenery, river, waterfall, natural ponds and jungle trails. Trek through the tropical rain forest to the top layer of Tembakah waterfall (the highest waterfall 50 meters
Kuala Terengganu is the capital city of Terengganu. This is also the main airport point for those going to Redang, Merang, Pulau Kapas and Pulau Gemia.
Shahbandar river taxi jetty, Cruise to the picturesque Pulau Duyung (Mermaid Island) fishing village, dot with brightly paint fishing boat. Visit a unique boat building at the fishing village of Duyung Island, beautifully squeeze in the middle of Terengganu River mouth
Depart to Bidong Island by speedboat 09:45am - visit the village left by Vietnamese Boat People ‘Little Saigon’ 12:30pm - Packed Lunch served 13:30pm - Snorkelling by boat around Bidong Island and Karah Island
09:30am - Depart to Kapas Island by boat 10:00am - Arrival, leisure (swimming, sunbath, snorkelling or just stroll around the beautiful bay) 12:00nn - Lunch 13:00pm - Snorkelling by boat to Coral Garden
Depart to Redang Island by speedboat 09:45am - Visit Marine Park Centre Feed the colourful fishes and snorkelling By boat to nearby island for snorkelling
Kuching is the capital city of Sarawak, the largest state in Malaysia which is located in Borneo. This state is rich in culture , steeped in history and brimming with wonders of rainforest fauna and flora. Only problem is the intense logging is stripping the earth faster than researchers can log the new found species.
Annah Rais Longhouse is located at about 60km away from Kuching City. It is a large & old Bidayuh Tribe's Longhouse that houses over 80 families. Majority of the villager there are still live in a traditional way of longhouse' living. They plant paddy, cocoa, pepper, rubber & etc. for living
The easiest is the Expert Tour followed by Big Spaces, Lobang Batu and The DropOut. We pick you up in a 4x4 between 0800 and 0845 depending on the product and the number of guests. Return time, after dinner is at about 1930.
Popularly known as the ‘Living Museum’, the Village is a showcase of a kaleidoscope of Sarawak’s cultures and traditions. On arrival, you will explore the 7 authentic replicas of ethnic houses
...On the way we will visit 3 different types of gold mine (all abandoned), the enormous Fairy Cave chamber, the only high density fossil beds in the area and the site of the first ever archaeological dig in Borneo
Kuching is the capital city of Sarawak, the largest state in Malaysia which is located in Borneo. This state is rich in culture , steeped in history and brimming with wonders of rainforest fauna and flora. Only problem is the intense logging is stripping the earth faster than researchers can log the new found species.
Tour features untouched cave exploration, pitcher plants discovery and village farm visit. The village farm visit includes plucking some raw ingredients for traditional lunch cooking lesson. Finally, trek to the waterfall for a swim or just relax under the flowing water
Fairy Cave and Wind Cave is located outside Kuching city in the Bau district
Jungle trek across luscious Borneo rainforest to Ban Buan Kukuot & Mabi waterfall, learn to cook traditional Bidayuh meals in bamboo and enjoy the feast by the waterfall.
Kuching city is an ideal base from which to go exploring.The tour will take you to the Civic Center for a birds-eye view of Kuching. You will also see other places of interest including the famous city landmark, the Cat Monument, the Kuching Market, the ‘Main Bazaar‘, China Town, the old state mosque and Tua Pek Kong Temple
3.5 hours Bike Discovery tour of Kuching, Beat the early morning rush to work, eat and pray, see our temples and monuments through the hidden lanes within the heritage zone before cycling through off-the beaten country paths of rural Kampong and the smells of baked local cakes and fresh fish intermingled
The Weekday Tour is for Monday to Friday (morning only)! Thought you have seen all the sights and visited all the museums in Kuching? Try taking our unique bike tour to explore the other side of Kuching, rarely visited by outsiders! Discover the hidden gems of Kuching, The Malay Kampongs lining the banks of the great Sarawak River! Take a sampan across the river and experience first hand how the Kampong folks live by visiting a traditional Malay wooden stilt house full of historical stories to tell!
Semenggoh Orang Utan Sanctuary, travelling overland (30 min) followed by a brief hike through dipterocarp forest. Unlike in a Zoo, the Semenggoh Orang Utan Sanctuary is set free in a 740 hectare forest reserve. Here, young Orang Utans, who were either orphaned or rescued from captivity,
This National Park is located in the Kuching Division, at the westernmost tip of Sarawak, near the Indonesian border. Gazetted in 1994, it is Sarawak's latest addition to its string of national Parks and also the smallest, covering an area of only 1,379 hectares
Home to the Rafflesia, Gunung Gading houses the largest flower in the world. The Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic plants. It feeds on the nutrition and food of other plants in the tropical rainforest. The flowering season is undetermined and can bud any time, taking nine months to mature and flowering for 4 to 5 days before dying.
Thought you have seen all the sights and visited all the museums in Kuching? Try taking our unique bike tour to explore the other side of Kuching, rarely visited by outsiders! Discover the hidden gems of Kuching, The Malay Kampongs lining the banks of the great Sarawak River! Take a sampan across the river and experience first hand how the Kampong folks live by visiting a traditional Malay wooden stilt house full of historical stories to tell!
Eat and feast like a Bornean local! Hunt for authentic local street foods along Kuching’s heritage trail, before crossing the river on a traditional boat to cycle through the Malay kampongs for more bites. There’s no better way to experience the culinary diversity of Borneo!
After about 40 minutes drive from town you are transported to the mist covered hill sides of Borneo Highlands with undulating terrain dotted by small scale pepper farms where you’ll alight at Bengoh, a delightful Bidayuh village and staging point for journeys by foot or rivers deep into the interiors.
Escape the hustle bustle, discover hidden waterfalls with the locals, and immerse yourself in untouched natural beauty. Relax yourself at the unique cascading waterfall just 5 minutes away from the village, have lunch there and do some light trekking to reach a further waterfall; all in a day's time.
Experience Kuching in colonial style from in an offroad adventure through the Bidayuh tribe land. The Tringgus trail takes you to beautiful and remote Bidayuh villages beyond Bau and close to the Indonesian border.
Try our romantic sunset bike ride, followed by a traditional hawker street food dinner before returning in style on a surreal sunset river cruise. Discover the hidden gems of Kuching: The Malay Kampong houses lining the banks of the great Sarawak River during romantic SUNSET!
Driven by popular demand, the “Best of Kuching” Bike tour combines the highlights of our pioneering Heritage Bike tour with our best selling Kampong Bike tour. This unique bike tour covers 85% of Kuching’s “Sights” as listed by the Lonely Planet, and much more!
Then head off on gentle gravel road to discover some hidden gold mines and a visit to the impressive Fairy Caves chambers. Next, ride to a mystical cave with Buddha statue to pray for your future fortunes and destiny.
A fantastic traill with 90% of off-road single track. This trail takes you through a variety of exciting terrain including untouched tropical forest, winding ravines, natural bamboo garden and challenging rooty downhills. Best fun of all, take on the challenge of many river crossings by riding across suspended bridges, or carrying your bike over bamboo or log bridges.
Annah Rais is one of the most famous Bidayuh longhouse in Sarawak which located about 100 km east from Kuching city and quite closes to the Indonesian border. The excursion will take about one and a half hour on the road.
Discover the off road jungle trails of a historical gold mining town! Cycle through the rocky Rainforest terrain leading to the oldest gold mines in Sarawak and visit Kuching’s most famous caves, The Wind & Fairy Caves.
Try this 1 day ultimate adventure combining exciting jungle kayak, off road mountain biking and topping it with the exploration of a spectacular mountain cave. The day starts off by floating down a stretch of untouched tributary of the Sarawak River
When making a visit to the Bidayuh longhouse, you will be able to see the splendid architecture of their longhouse which was build mostly by bamboo. Annah Rais is one of the most famous Bidayuh longhouse in Sarawak which located about 100 km east from Kuching city and quite closes to the Indonesian border.
Kuching city is an ideal base from which to go exploring.The tour will take you to the Civic Center for a birds-eye view of Kuching. You will also see other places of interest including famous city landmarks
the Iban natives will greet and welcome you with the local traditional rice wine
Meander along a river run through the limestone hills amongst the tropical rain forest. Flat water punctuated with Class 1 to Class 2 rapids for a thrilling water ride. Breaks along the way to savour the beauty of the forest and to have a swim in the cold , refreshing mountain water. End at Wind Cave, Bau for the return trip to Kuching.
Siniawan Night Market (every Friday to Sunday from 5pm to 11pm) is known for its delicacies like grilled fish, seafood, chicken chop, crispy pork, BBQ chicken wings, satay, kuih and many more. Others include fruits, vegetables and daily necessities.
It takes about 1 ½ hours drive from Kuching to Serikin . You can shop lots of Indonesia product & handicrafts. Example: timber mat, rotan dish cover, batik , fresh vegetables , soft toys , honey , curtais etc .After that continue tour to Fairy Cave .
Situated just on the outskirts of Kuching, Kubah National Park is the perfect daytrip destinations and not to be missed by nature lovers. The park covers an area of 22 square kilometres and is covered by pretty sandstone hills and lush forests. A number of well-worn walking trails led the way through Kubah National Park, and visitors who follow these will be able to reach stunning natural features such as caves and sparkling waterfalls, while the rainforest is full of plants such as colourful orchids
During your visit, you will also be able to view the villagers with their own daily routine like rice pounding and winnowing, basket and mat weaving, bamboo carving, etc. You will be brought into the most unique and important structure, the ‘Baruk’ or the head house which situated in the middle of the longhouse.
Sarawak’s conservation efforts to rehabilitate orphaned Orang Utans are centered at the Matang Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (MWRC) and previously the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre (SWC) now a wildlife sanctuary in the outskirts of Kuching city.
the spectacular ‘Sea Stack‘.Bako was established as a national park in 1957. Since then it has offered it’s visitors the perfect introduction to Sarawack’s native vegitation and wildlife. It is situated on the northern tip of the Muara Tebas Peninsula and covers 27sq kms.
Kayak through the rain forests between the foothills of soaring limestone mountains. Visit a friendly Bidayuh village at Kg. Danu along the way, traverse rapids and take a swimming and lunch break on a sandy beach bank before reaching Kg. Semadang. After the kayak trip we will proceed to the Semengoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to see the orang utans at feeding time.
The Irrawaddy or snubfin dolphin inhabits rivers, estuaries and shallow coastal areas. The Santubong area is one of the best places in Sarawak to view this unusual looking marine mammal.
Bako National Park (BNP) with its great biodiversity is one of the best places in Sarawak to spot wildlife in their natural surroundings. Commonly spotted here are the strange looking Proboscis Monkeys, Silver Leaf Monkeys, Long Tail Macaques, Bearded Pigs, Monitor Lizards and numerous species of birds.
This is a large area of rainforest with animals in spacious cages in varying stages of rehabilitation. Over here, one can gain information and learn about on Sarawak's Wildlife the highlight of the trip is focused on the Orang Utan's training programme where some young Orang Utans
A half day tour to Semenggoh OrangUtan Wildife Centre provides visitors with a chance to watch the wild or captive orang utans in their natural habitat
The Kuching Wetlands National Park a designated RAMSAR site (www.ramsar.org) is one of the most bio-diverse national parks in Sarawak. Cruise the picturesque Santubong and Pasir Pandak coastlines and try to spot the resident pods of rare Irrawaddy Dolphins barrel rolling in the surf. Then go in search of Proboscis Monkeys, Silver Leaf Monkeys, Macaques and be intrigued by the strange mudskippers at low tide.
?Spend a day and a night at Sadir village to dive deeper via introduction to Bidayuh culture including their traditional costumes and accessories, picking fresh jungle produce and learn to make simple animal traps with our local host.
Satang Island consisting of two islands Pulau Satang Besar and Pulau Satang Kecil is located in the South China Sea and its surrounding pristine waters are protected as a sanctuary for the turtles
the 7 authentic replicas of ethnic houses. Chinese Farm House, Malay Stilted House, Melanau Tall House, Penan Hut as well as Longhouse of the Iban, Bidayuh and Orang Ulu. Displayed in each house are the many artifacts made by the individual dwellers
boat cruises to the mouth of the Santubong River, where Irrawaddy dolphins are often spotted. Your boat then roams the Mangrove-lined rivers looking for wildlife. As the light starts to fade we go in search of the rare proboscis monkey.
proceed to an Iban longhouse known as Entulang. The ibans are the single largest tribe in Sarawak and they are traditionally live in longhouses which are actually a number of rooms linked together but sharing a common ‘ruai’ – a verandah were traditional ceremonies are preformed in the olden days
Tour Miri, the oil and timber town of sarawak. miri also hosts the miri international jazz festival every year
Miri is a great place for diving, we have over 30 different untouched coral reefs 40 plus dive sites. Our season runs from end of Feb till November with the best months from April to June where we usually expect 15-40m visibility, other month’s average 5-30m depending on weather.
The 3 days trip takes visitors from to 2 different countries separated by a border, which means to bring along your passports to clear immigration
From RM207..take a short boat to cross the river to visit Niah Museum. After visit museum proceed on plank walk for 3 Km to the caves main entrance. To walk to the cave take about 45 minutes. The Niah Cave is famous for its edible birds nest found high-up in the cave about 300 ft from the ground
From RM165..Lambir Hills National Park sits just outside Miri town's borders. for those feeling the need to escape the city, this reintroduction to the jungle is great
Loagan Bunut National Park , that takes about two and a half hours from Miri City. Visit includes a stop at a small town Beluru, and the Berawan’s longhouse. Upon arrival at Loagan Bunut National Park, we take a boat trip to explore the lake and the surrounding forest to appreciate the magnificent scenery.
Upon arrival visitThe Royal Regalia which house the Coronation& Silver Jubilee Chariot,and the skyline of Bandar Seri Begawan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque - one of the most magnificent mosque in SouthEast Asia and a replica of a 16th-century royal barge is moored in an adjoining lagoon, Jame Asr Mosque, and Brunei Museum
Visit Jame Asr Mosque, Brunei Museum. After visit Museum, take a water taxi ride to the Kampung Ayer, the “Venice of the East”. It is the world’s largest water village with 30,000 people living in houses on stilts snaking along the banks of the Brunei River. Photostop outside Istana Nurul Iman, which is the Sultan’s Royal Palace.
Experience the beautiful Kiulu country side just 1.5hr outside Kota Kinabalu in a unique way, riding a quad bike! Enjoy the scenic drive up and down rolling hills, traversing rivers and quaint villages amongst some of the best paddy field landscapes in Borneo. Your guide will stop along the way to share about the life of its people and fauna. A guided scenic adventure unlike anywhere else in Borneo.
Pulau Gaya is the largest island in the Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, closest to Kota Kinabalu and is covered with dense virgin, tropical forest. It has been a forest reserve since 1923. The island has 20 km of hiking trails
If you are keen on trying out something new – why not head over to Kota Belud’s very own underwater world of Usukan Bay? This untouched and fairly undiscovered jewel with its enchanting coral reefs certainly will not disappoint
it's a perfect opportunity to experience one of Borneo’s beautiful mangrove swamps along the Bongawan River, in our custom built 13ft canoes. Located approximately one hour from Kota Kinabalu in the district of Papar.
Just off Kota Kinabalu is the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park where you'll enjoy 2 boat dives to view Sabah's unique marine life. Includes all your fees, gears and transfers (and lunch of course!).
Based in Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah, Bike Borneo delivers inspired rides for all abilities, taking you away from the tourist crowds and into the rural heart of Borneo.
From RM198..Drive 2 hours overland to the foothills of Mt. Kinabalu at 1500m above sea level. Have a short stop at Pekan Nabalu market to savour local fruits in season. Visit the Kinabalu Natural History Gallery and Mountain Garden in Kinabalu Park Headquarters
Spend the day swimming, snorkelling, sunbathing, water sporting at surreal island beaches just off Kota Kinabalu. Transfer to jetty and therafter by speedboat to Mamutik island which has one of the best corals in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park whilst avoiding the crowds.
Let us take you on a journey of discovery around Kota Kinabalu. This 3.5 hour journey is packed with the latest sights and cultures of Kota Kinabalu covering scenic views from Signal Hill and Tanjung Lipat, cultural excursions inside the majestic City Mosque and the Puh Toh Tze Buddhist Temple in Likas and historical sites at the Australia Place. End the day learning about Kota Kinabalu's unique history, its peoples and heritage at the Sabah Museum.
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Mantanani Island group consists of 3 islands namely Pulau Mantanani Besar (Big Mantanani Island), Pulau Mantanani Kecil (Small Mantanani Island) and Pulau Lungisan. NOTE: For safety reasons, we may cancel / turn back halfway if the weather or sea condition is deemed unsafe for the journey to proceed.
After a short briefing and bike fitting, you we will head out for one of the most beautiful rides in rural Sabah. We cycle through small riverside villages which are home to the Dusun tribal people as well as jungle, plantations and the Dusun people’s farms.
Just an hour from Kota Kinabalu, cruising along the Tempasuk River will give you a glimpse of one of Sabah’s icons, the Proboscis Monkey! Along the cruise, you can observe the life of the local villagers there. A dramatic view of the sunset also awaits you at the end. Then, end the day with an unforgettable sight of the riverbanks glowing in the dark, lit up by hundreds of fireflies.
A wet and wild day out for the energetic! This mornings rafting is a fun-filled ride down the picturesque Kiulu River through jungle-clad valleys and past villages and farms with enough white water to get you excited but not enough to scare you. After the rafting you will enjoy a tasty barbeque lunch and change into your riding clothes
There are 2 White water rafting locations in sabah, one in Padas and the other at Kiulu. The padas river is wilder and has age restrictions.
A tour beginning at dusk to Signal Hill for an overview of Kota Kinabalu before proceeding to the night market. Relax as your guide introduces you to the local way of life. Dinner at a local restaurant included.
To ensure your safety and enjoyment, your PADI professional will let you practice breathing underwater in shallow area and how to use your fins properly. Once you are already confident with it, then we will start your underwater tour. This will help to build your comfort level and determine your understanding of SCUBA diving. This is important for your safety before your open water dive.
The sandy beaches are met by thick rainforest right off the coast that rises to twin main peaks, as high as 160 meters a.m.s.l. A heaven for nature lovers, it is blessed with the amazing varieties of flora and fauna befitting an untouched tropical rainforest. Here, the islands is yours to explore.
From RM222..The Kawang Forest Reserve is 1, 551 hectares (3,832.5 acres) of second class (Domestic) forest reserve. The reserve is situated in Kawang; about 23 kilometers from Kota Kinabalu.
The island promises the most diverse marine life with visibility up to 40 metres. Many species of rays flutter around like blue spotted ray and marbled sting ray amongst large schools of fish. Besides that muck diving is excellent with the quiet existence of imperial shirmps, jaw fish ribbon eels, seahorses, pink-eyed gobbles and the jaw-dropping blue ringed octopus, amidst nudibranch of all sorts.
From RM170..This is a perfect opportunity to experience one of Borneo’s beautiful waterfall systems, whilst trekking through jungle untouched by the modern world, with the possible chance of seeing different species of animals. Participants may challenge themselves to abseil down a 15 metre waterfall. Participants may also cool down from the heat of the day by swimming & relaxing in the sensationally cool waterfall pool.
Experience Sandakan Heritage like never before by visiting the breathtaking panoramic view of Puu Jih Shih Buddhist Temple and explore the unique offering's of Sim Sim Water Village. A stroll down Sandakan War Memorial will bring emotional memories while a visit to Sandakan popular town markets will surely satisfy your appetite for food items such as fish, snacks, fruits, and other consumer products.
From there proceed to City Tour. First visit is the Puh Jih Shih Buddhist Temple, a place that you do not want to miss. It is located on the hilltop overlooking a breathtaking panoramic view of Sandakan Bay. Next stop is the Sandakan Central Market which consolidates all kind of stalls selling fresh produce to amazing variety of handicrafts, pearls and many more
This trip takes you to the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre for an introduction to Borneo's Orang utan species as well as the little known but just as important highly endangered species of bear - the malayan sun bear (the smallest of the bear species)
A full day in Sandakan that starts with Orang Utans at Sepilok and Borneon Sun Bear Centre before visiting the Australian War Memorial and thereafter lunch. Proceed for a visit to the Rainforest Discovery Center in the afternoon to visit the canopy walkway and their excellent interpretation center.
Embark your air-conditioned transport, sit back and enjoy your ride that takes approximately 2hrs through rustic countryside studded with villages. Arrive at Gomantong Caves located in the heartland of the Gomantong Forest Reserve, a home of millions bats and swiftlets. Explore the biggest bird’s nest cave in Sabah and the best-managed edible birds’ nests
three unique species that for the most part can only be found in Borneo. The proboscis monkey at Labuk Bay Proboscis Sanctuary, the orangutan at the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre and the world's most smallest bear at the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre. Includes overnight in Sandakan.
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