Borneo Sabah Sandakan – Situated in a remote island, Lankayan Island Dive Resort is an ideal destination for those who search tranquillity, rejuvenation & relaxation in a virgin natural setting. Besides being nominated as one of the “favourite / hottest diving destination” in the world, Lankayan Island Dive Resort is also perfect for families with children who just wish to snorkel and watch the world go by!
Abai Jungle Lodge was built in 2005 to avoid the overcrowding problem in Sukau, Kinabatangan. It is located in the Secondary Forest Reserved. In order to preserve mother nature, all the walkways are made from hard wood which is known as “Belian”.
Mulu is home to Mulu National Park (Sharp Spikes of Pinnacles – picture above) and one of Borneo’s greatest attractions. Deer Cave is the world’s largest natural rock chamber that can contain London’s St. Paul Cathedral five times over and accommodate 40 Boeing 747s side by side.
Lang’s Cave/Deer Cave – is reached by following a 3 km plank walk which passes through peat swamp, alluvial flats and limestone outcrops. There is much to see on the way to the cave, including some superb rainforest, jungle streams and an ancient Penan burial cave. When you reach the cave entrance you are left in no doubt that you are about to enter the largest cave passage in the world.