The Best Sabah-Borneo Resorts with Asia Travels
Planning to visit Malaysia, but don’t know where to go? Visit the Malaysian part of Borneo. Being the third-largest island in the world and the largest in Asia, visiting Borneo is a dream come true for many travelers. This nature’s bounty is divided between three countries – Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. The northern province of Sabah, Malaysia is where the best part of this island is located. Although Sabah occupies a relatively small chunk of Borneo it is power-packed with delights. There are ample reasons to visit this paradise and with Asia Travels you can leave all the stress of booking resort online. We book the best Sabah-Borneo resorts based on your individual preferences and needs. Leave the hassle of hotel booking to us and start packing for a holiday which will leave you mesmerized.
- Epic Wildlife and Ecosystem
Birding Tours, Animal Sanctuaries, Canopy Walks, Ziplines, River-Boat Excursions, Mischievous Orangutans, the Proboscis monkey name it and you have it in Sabah Borneo. Sabah is the definition of biodiversity with more than 8,000 species of flowering plants, 600 types of birds and more than 200 different mammals. Experience ecological wonderland at Kinabalu Park and Danum Valley Field Centre.
- Crazy Caves
Have you tried the Chinese delicacy of birds nest soup? This delicacy was served to the nobles and royal family from the 13th century. The Gaomantong Caves is the most important source of edible birds nest in Sabah. Gomantong Caves is a limestone cave system consisting of 9 caves, with Simud Putih (White Cave) and Simud Hitam (Black Cave) being the largest. Home to countless bug species, numerous swarms of bats and swiftlets, the 90 meters height cave is a treat for the explorers.
- Colourful Marine Life
Sabah has almost 400 islands. The Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park consists of five islands off the coast of Kota Kinabalu. Some of the world’s best scuba diving and snorkelling spots can be found in Sabah including the world-renowned Mabul, Sipadan, and Layang-Layang. Divers can find anything and everything from whale sharks to sea turtles, to the rare harlequin ghost pipefish and even living colourful coral reefs and many marine species.
Sabah has something for everyone. The unexplored marine life for divers, trekkers paradise Mt Kinabalu that reaches 4.95m into the clouds, rare wildlife that includes orangutans and Pygmy Elephants, bustling markets, scrumptious seafood and impressive architecture of mosques, start making your visit bucket list and leave all your hotel booking headache to Asia Travels. Connect with us now.