Wander the backstreets and enjoy a riverside stroll in the colonial city of Kuching.
Enjoy the famous hospitality of the Iban tribe as you overnight in a traditional longhouse located on the banks of a river in the middle of the jungle.
Visit Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary where you will see the work being done to rehabilitate rescued orangutan.
Relax on tropical Gaya, a rainforest covered island off Kota Kinabalu.
Take a boat through the jungle covered backwaters of the Kinabatangan River.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Borneo, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Borneo and Malaysia
Look out for Borneo's endemic proboscis monkeys in Bako National Park.
Try your skills with a blowpipe under the instruction of the Iban tribe.
Enjoy time in Kuala Lumpur, taking advantage of the superb food and shopping.
Relax and do nothing on the pristine beaches of Tioman Island.
Borneo and Malaysia
Unearth the heritage, food and contrasting architecture of Kuala Lumpur — one of Southeast Asia's most underrated cities.
Embark on a two-day adventure along Borneo's Kinabatangan River where you will have the opportunity to spot much of the region's wildlife.
Journey deep into the heart of Borneo and enjoy a couple of days at the renowned Borneo Rainforest Lodge.
End your stay in Sabah's capital Kota Kinabalu, home to stunning sunsets and gateway to some of the region's best cuisine.
Learn how to cook traditional meals in bamboo in a Bidayuh village.
Spend the night in a native Iban longhouse.
Try some of the delicious street food on offer in Kuching.
Cycle through local kampongs and take a sampan across the Sarawak River.
Explore the wonderful Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park from Gaya Island.
Borneo and Malaysia
Get straight into the wilds of north Borneo, exploring pristine tropical rainforest with a private ranger guide.
Jungle trekking and wildlife observation in the rainforest.
Climb to the summit of Southeast Asia's highest peak, Mount Kinabalu.
Pamper yourself at one of Borneo's finest beach resorts.
Explore Sarawak, hiking through the expansive cave systems in Mulu National Park.
Witness the incredible bat exodus from Deer Cave at dusk.
Travel off the beaten track in the Deramakot Forest Reserve for your chance to escape the crowds while finding Borneo's varied endemic species.
Cruise along the Kinabatangan River looking out for wild orangutan and herds of pygmy elephants.
Explore Sabah's capital and enjoy the markets and superb food on offer.
Visit Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary.
Enjoy three nights on a Kinabatangan River Safari, with the chance to see pygmy elephants, proboscis monkey and much more.
Spend time in the Danum Valley at the Borneo Rainforest Lodge, a pristine spot and a superb area to see wild orangutan.
Finish your trip at the beautiful Bunga Raya Island Resort.
Try a Sarawak laksa on the riverfront in Kuching.
See orangutan close up at both Semenggoh and Sepilok.
Spend the night with the Iban tribe in a longhouse in the middle of the jungle.
Take your binoculars and look out for wildlife in the trees as you explore the Kinabatangan River by boat.
Get your boots muddy as you trek through the rainforest of the Danum Valley.
Relax on the beach at the Ocean Wing, Shangri-La Rasa Ria.
Some of our favourite travel guides
- Travel responsibly: Borneo
- Kinabatangan river cruises
- The top 7 experiences in Borneo
- Borneo family holidays
- Activity holidays in Borneo
- Walking & trekking in Borneo
- Luxury holidays in Borneo
- Climb Mount Kinabalu
- What to see in Borneo: our highlights guide
- Seeing orangutan in Borneo: Malaysia or Indonesia?
Travel responsibly: Borneo
In our opinion, Borneo offers some of the best wildlife experiences in the world and we’re keen to keep it that way. Our Borneo specialists revisit the island regularly to ensure your trip benefits its people and wildlife positively — learn more in this guide.View this travel guide
Kinabatangan river cruises
A Kinabatangan river cruise is a real highlight of any Audley tailor-made trip to Borneo. You will have a good opportunity of seeing some of the best wildlife in Southeast Asia.View this travel guide
The top 7 experiences in Borneo
In this bitesize guide, Borneo specialist Sophie has picked out her top seven experiences on the island. Yes, she’s included orangutan spotting, but there’s a lot more to this jungle-covered island.View this travel guide
Borneo family holidays
Borneo specialist Sophie explains why Malaysian Borneo is a great family holiday destination. She recommends engaging ways to spot wildlife, experience tribal cultures and have jungle adventures.View this travel guide
Activity holidays in Borneo
From gentle river safaris to heart-racing vertical climbs, Malaysian Borneo has all the ingredients needed for an activity holiday in the wild. Borneo specialist Sophie uncovers her top six adventure ideas for your next trip.View this travel guide
Walking & trekking in Borneo
Smothered in a blanket of lush rainforest leading right up to the coast, Borneo is an island best explored on foot. From a gentle afternoon walk along the lofty canopy walkways of the Danum Valley to a challenging hike down into the lost world of the Maliau Basin, the landscape offers experiences that will appeal to every level of fitness.View this travel guide
Luxury holidays in Borneo
Southeast Asia specialist Shannon explains how to thread luxurious experiences through a trip to Borneo. From personally guided wildlife tours to jungle lodges with spas and private plunge pools, she shares her top recommendations.View this travel guide
Climb Mount Kinabalu
Climbing Mount Kinabalu is an unforgettable adventure, one Audley can arrange with experienced guides. The reward of standing on Malaysia's highest peak, seeing dawn break from the summit, is well worth the aching muscles.View this travel guide
What to see in Borneo: our highlights guide
This guide features recommendations for things to do in Borneo. It focuses on the states of Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysian Borneo, which offer a lot of variety in a smaller radius than Indonesian Borneo.View this travel guide
Seeing orangutan in Borneo: Malaysia or Indonesia?
Although Borneo is the place to see orangutans in the wild, its political separation as part Malaysia, part Indonesia does leave you with choices for where to plan your orangutan-spotting trip. Our expert Sophie helps you decide: Indonesian or Malaysian Borneo?View this travel guide