Kawa Kawa located at Kota Belud, it's Sabah mangrove new area.If you are a nature lover, this is good choice for you to explore the original mangrove.
Overland journey on gravel road to Danum Valley Borneo Rainforest Lodge. This is the largest protected area of lowland dipterocarp rainforest in Sabah, covering 43800 hectares. Afternoon Trek: Introduction to the forest through "Nature Trails" and tree top "Canopy Walkway" 300m in length and 26m at the highest point, for a close-up observation of the rainforest
Step into SIBU and you are stepping into what was once wild frontier that was given to Sir James Brooke as reward for taming the rebellion for the Brunei Sultanate, who ruled the land then. He became the first 'White Rajah' and began his administrative seat from Fort Brooke in Sibu, in 1862. As interesting as its history is its name Sibu which comes from the local fruit 'sibau' - a small, sour and wild-version of the sweet fleshy rambutan.
Semporna was founded soon after the British North Borneo Chartered Company established Sandakan, and initially settled by Chinese traders, most fleeing from Spanish attacks on the Sulu Sultanate.
Take a stroll down the heritage trail to visit the Muslim mosque, Chinese temple, Indian temple and Christian church. One will be surprised that these buildings are just 5 minutes walk from each other. The closeness of the people from different ethnic group is best reflected by their respect for each other’s culture, festival and tradition.
Bario is a peaceful village located in the centre of the Kelabit Highlands in the north east of Sarawak, Malaysia. It is almost sharing international borders with the Indonesian Kalimantan, and is about 3280 feet above sea level. It is the main settlement in the Kelabit Highlands. There are regular flights between Bario Airport, Miri & Marudi. As for their history, the Kelabits are mostly found in the region stretching from the Karayan and the Kelapang River northwards to the Upper Limbang River, a belt of the Kelabit hinterland.
A village of 20 - 25 'bilek' or rooms (each for one family) all under one roof of a long stretch wooden house standing on stilts. The expedition will begin with a 4 hours car ride passing through the scenic greenery countryside. The vast land on both side of the road are can be seen dotted with vegetable farms, padi fields, rubber, pepper oil palm and cocoa plantations which generated some of the top revenue earner crops of Sarawak.
Meet at hotel lobby then transfer you to the jetty and on to our boat, where we give you a safety briefing and introduce you to the member of staff that will look after you for the trip.
Register at the Semporna Office and grab your snorkeling equipment from our team and get ready to depart to Tatagan. A short visit to Tatagan for taking photos of the Sea Gypsoes. Proceed to Bohey Dulang. You may opt for a hiking guide.
Upon arrival Siem Reap airport, meet & greet. You will be transfer to your selected hotel. (Hotel check in time 2pm.) After lunch visit the handicraft center Artisan D’ Angkor. A short stop at Wat Thmei it has a unique glass-walled stupa containing the bones of victims of the Khmer Rouge. Next is the War Memorial Monument, it is dedicated to those who sacrificed their lives in the civil war. Visit the small shrine containing two standing Buddhas of the names Preah Ang Chek and Preah Ang Chorm. They are surrounded by stories of power and indestructibility. Dinner at local restaurant, after dinner we will stop at Night Market & Pub Street, enjoy shopping till you drop, transfer to hotel on own arrangement. Overnight in Siem Reap.
Mataking Island is a Malaysian island located in the Celebes Sea on the state of Sabah. Mataking Island is home to the first ‘Underwater Post Office’ in Malaysia and is connected to Pulau Mataking Kecil (Small Mataking Island) via a narrow sand bank.
Tun Sakaran Marine Park is also known as the Semporna Islands Park, comprises of eight islands – Bohey Dulang, Bodgaya, Sebangkat, Selakan, Mantabuan, Sibuan, Maiga, as well as the Church Reef and Kapikan Reef.