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The most developed of the countries we visit where there is a significant middle class who themselves find time for leisure too. Adventures in Malaysia usually focus more on wildlife, rainforests and visits to Tribal longhouses. Peninsular Malaysia has excellent diving along its east coast and the Taman Negara and Endau Rompin National Parks offer good trekking options for people keen on wildlife observation. The Cameron Highlands provide a relief from the tropical heat with more trekking options up amongst the tea plantations. The Malaysian states of Sabah & Sarawak in Borneo are where to go for a more intense jungle experience. Sarawak is renowned for the upriver longhouses of the Iban tribal people where you can trek through forest, camping out or sleeping as guests of these former headhunters in their longhouses. Sabah is better known for the orangutans, proboscis monkeys, pygmy elephants and hornbills in the rainforests of Sepilok, Danum Valley, Tabin and along the Kinabatangan River. Excellent trekking possibilities, plus white water rafting on the Padas River, mountain biking the old logging tracks and, of course, scuba diving the world famous dive spots on the east coast, including Sipadan, Mabul, Lankayan and Layang Layang.

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A visit to a longhouse is often the highlight of a trip to Sarawak, offering a glimpse into the lifestyle of the various tribes who have for generations lived in the remote interior of Borneo. While there are many areas in Sarawak where longhouses can be visited, Ulu Ai is one of the best.
From £538 per person*
The Red Ape trail is a remote trekking route in one of the few remaining orangutan habitats left in Borneo that has been established in cooperation with the Orangutan Foundation.
From £1120 per person*
Trekking in the jungles of Borneo is not for the faint hearted; it can be hot and sweaty work! However, the amazing wildlife, flora and people you will meet will make it one of the most unique and enjoyable experiences of your life. With its many National Parks, Borneo is a fantastic place to trek, experience nature and view some wildlife that is not seen anywhere else in the world.
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