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Nature and civilization, together at last

A cultural fusion marrying the best of three cultures, Malaysia’s native Malay, South Indian, and Chinese influences combine like a delicious Penang soup. Blessed with modern cities, ample nature, and the solid infrastructure required to get you between the two, Malaysia is varied and stress-free. Hike through tea plantations to jungle waterfalls, stroll the white-sand beaches of Langkawi or scuba dive off idyllic Tioman island. Spot jungle wildlife from treetop hideouts in Teman Negara National Park, digest Penang’s open-air food stall markets or live it up in modern, vibrant KL. Think you’ve seen it all? There’s still the “other” Malaysia: the states of Sabah and Sarawak, separated by 1,000km (621 mi) of sea, carved out of Borneo’s enormous jungle expanse.


Day 1Kota Kinabalu

Arrive at any time.

Day 2Kota Kinabalu/Gunung Mulu National Park

Fly to Mulu via Miri and transfer to the lodge. Head into the park for a walk through the forest and explore Deer Cave. In the evening go on a walk in search of bats hunting for insects.

Meals included:


Day 3Gunung Mulu National Park

Depart the lodge, board a longboat and travel along the Melinau River to the Wind and Clearwater caves. Explore the caves, take a dip in the crystal clear waters, and enjoy a picnic lunch in the rainforest. Continue by longboat to Kuala Litut and start the trek through dense jungle to Camp 5, our stop for the night.

Meals included:

Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner

Day 4Headhunters Trail/Limbang

Set out on the Headhunters Trail, an 11 kilometre trail through Borneo’s dense jungle. Trek past streams and caves, all while hearing the sounds of the thousands of species that call this jungle home. Learn about the rich history of the warring parties that created this trail before arriving at Kuala Terikan where you will board a boat down the river to Limbang.

Meals included:

Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner

Day 5Limbang/Pulau Tiga

Start off early for a busy day of travel – by ferry, boat, and private vehicle – to the tropical island of Pulau Tiga. After arriving on the island head out on a trek to a mud volcano and learn more about the region.

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