From the Petronas towers of Kuala Lumpur to the top of Mount Kinabalu in Borneo, Malaysia has a diverse mix of cities, culture, cuisine and adventure. Most of our travels to date have been to Borneo although Malaysia has many other idyllic islands where you’ll compete with turtles for a place to lay on the beach.
Snorkel with turtles on Redang Island, see if you can hold your breath as long as they do! Mt Kinabalu is a drawcard on the Island of Borneo. The 2 day hike is well traversed but worth it!
Kudat beach on the northern tip of Borneo is an infrequently visited area by tourists. The Kedat turtle sanctuary run out of the village lets you simply camp on the beach where you’ll likely not see another soul during your stay. Unless giant lizards have souls of course!
Borneo is the 3rd largest Island in the world. Behind Greenland and nearby Papua New Guinea. Although Malaysia only occupies a small portion at the top. The majority is administered by Indonesia and also Brunei is a country to itself on the island.
Hiking Mount Kinabalu
Kinabalu stands at 4095m above sea level and is a two day hike to the summit of Low’s Peak. With a week in Borneo to climb Kinabalu, get amongst the jungle and savour the beaches meant for an action packed adventure on this the third largest island in the world.Read More