The island of Borneo is divided among Malaysia, Indonesia, and the small, independent nation of Brunei. The Indonesian part of Borneo, known as Kalimantan, covers about 73 percent of the island, while Malaysian Borneo occupies the rest along the northern edge, along with tiny Brunei. Malaysian Borneo has two states, Sarawak and Sabah.
In Sabah is 4,095m-tall Mount Kinabalu, the island’s highest peak, and, offshore, the famed dive site Sipadan Island.
Enjoy a wide range of national parks in Sarawak. It has the largest amount of rainforest than any state in Malaysia.
Discover Borneo’s natural heritage. One of those rare places where you can sense the adventure in the air along with the green air from thousands of square miles of rainforest just waiting to be explored. The third-largest island in the world is a virtual paradise for anyone who has a love for plants, wildlife, and adventure.