There’s a variety of places to see orangutans in Malaysian Borneo depending on your style of travel (and patience).
While orangutans have become the leading stars of Borneo wildlife, they have a strong supporting cast.
The island’s highest peak at 4,095 m (13,452 ft), getting to its rocky summit is one of Borneo’s great trekking opportunities.
Kuching has a range of street food to rival any other Southeast Asian city.
The Iban people of Borneo became infamous for headhunting when foreign adventurers first explored the island.
The rainforests of Danum Valley are so biodiverse that, on average, a new species of plant is found every week.
Borneo may not be top of the list of Asia’s most-esteemed beach destinations, but therein lies its secret.