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Explore Borneo & Malaysia

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Borneo & Malaysia have so much to offer from colourful urban centres, unspoilt landscapes, interesting architecture, beautiful beaches, biodiverse rainforests and native wildlife.

Explore the diverse UNESCO Heritage Site of George Town on a walking tour, learn about the local tea trade in the rural Cameron Highlands and jump on the saddle to discover the buzzing city of Kuala Lumpur by bicycle before taking an internal flight to the rugged island of Borneo. During this small group tour with a difference you will visit an Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, embark on night time jungle walks and cruise along remote rivers in search of wildlife as well as having the opportunity to be fully immersed in the melting pot of cultures in the coastal city of Kota Kinabalu.

This holiday combines the perfect mix of local culture, history, exciting wildlife excursions and independent discovery, staying in a combination of charming hotels and rustic lodges. Accompanied by a passionate local guide you will discover the iconic highlights as well as the hidden gems and see the side of the Borneo & Malaysia that is often not in the guide books.

If you are ready for an adventure, come explore this exciting region of South East Asia with TDactive Holidays and discover for yourself why Borneo & Malaysia are the ultimate travel bucket list destinations.

 

Practical Information for this holiday

Malaysia
Currency
Malaysian Ringgit
Local Time
GMT +8 hours
Passport, Visa & Vaccinations
Irish / UK passport holders do not require a visa to enter Malaysia. Your passport should be valid for minimum six months from your return date of travel. Vaccinations may be required before your departure - please consult with your GP or Tropical Medical Bureau.
Climate

Located near the equator, Malaysia has an equatorial climate, being hot and humid throughout the year. The average temperature is 27 °C. Malaysia faces two monsoon winds seasons, the Southwest Monsoon from April to September, and the Northeast Monsoon from October to March. The Northeast Monsoon brings in more rainfall compared to the Southwest Monsoon.

Food & Drink

Malaysia is a country with a rich culture and its food is very much reflective of the diversity of the people living there. Malay food in general is rich with herbs like lemongrass, tamarind, dried and fresh chilies, ginger and garlic. Popular dishes that cannot be missed include nasi lemak (coconut milk steamed rice), sambal belacan (shrimp paste with pounded chilies), beef rendang (dried curry) and serunding (pulled beef).

Average Prices for Region
  • Coffee: RM5.00 – RM10.00
  • Beer: RM5.00 – RM10.00
  • Main course: RM5.00 – RM10.00
  • Soft Drink: RM2.00 – RM5.00
  • Bottled Water: RM1.00 – RM3.00
  • (€1 is approx. RM5.00)
Packing List
  • Your valid passport
  • Sun cream and sun hat
  • A 220v plug adaptor
  • A small backpack
  • Camera
  • Insect Repellant
  • Anti-septic Cream

Holiday highlights

Georgetown

The diverse UNESCO Heritage Site of George Town offers historic charm, a kaleidoscope of cultures and a strong street art scene. The colourful urban centre is a charming mix of past and present, with British colonial buildings, Chinese shop houses as well as impressive mosques and towering skyscrapers all in close proximity. We recommend soaking up the buzzing atmosphere of George Town at one of the many local markets for a slice of authentic Malaysian life.

Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands is a rural region of Malaysia that is named after William Cameron, a British surveyor who stumbled across the plateau in 1885 during a mapping expedition. Sitting at 1524 metres above sea level, Cameron Highlands is well known for its emerald green tea plantations.

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a lively city combining colourful street food stalls with giant shopping centres, and ancient temples with soaring skyscrapers. We recommend exploring the bustling Bukit Bintang area, which is filled with bars, restaurants and shops, and is the ideal part of town if you are interested in culture, shopping and nightlife. As well as checking out the iconic highlights such as KL City Gallery, the downtown area and Petaling Street we strongly suggest getting to grips with the hidden gems that lie within Kuala Lumpur’s labyrinth of secluded alleyways. Home to junk market and interesting architecture it is here you can see the side of Kuala Lumpur that you do not often find in guide books.

Sandakan

Sandakan is located on the northeast coast of Borneo, a rugged island in Southeast Asia’s Malay Archipelago. Sandakan is well known for its beaches, its ancient biodiverse rainforest, and its native orangutans. Boasting one of the oldest tropical forests in the world, Sandakan is the perfect base for outdoor enthusiasts. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife, explore boardwalk nature trails or simply relax and soak up the calming atmosphere in the heart of nature.

Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Malaysia’s Sabah state, located in the northern part of the island of Borneo. A coastal city partly surrounded by rainforest, Kota Kinabalu is well known for its bustling markets, modern boardwalk, beaches and waterfront area. It is a melting pot of cultures and while the city has moved in to the 21st century, the old world charm is still very much alive here.

Practical Information for this holiday

Malaysia
Currency
Malaysian Ringgit
Local Time
GMT +8 hours
Passport, Visa & Vaccinations
Irish / UK passport holders do not require a visa to enter Malaysia. Your passport should be valid for minimum six months from your return date of travel. Vaccinations may be required before your departure - please consult with your GP or Tropical Medical Bureau.
Climate

Located near the equator, Malaysia has an equatorial climate, being hot and humid throughout the year. The average temperature is 27 °C. Malaysia faces two monsoon winds seasons, the Southwest Monsoon from April to September, and the Northeast Monsoon from October to March. The Northeast Monsoon brings in more rainfall compared to the Southwest Monsoon.

Food & Drink

Malaysia is a country with a rich culture and its food is very much reflective of the diversity of the people living there. Malay food in general is rich with herbs like lemongrass, tamarind, dried and fresh chilies, ginger and garlic. Popular dishes that cannot be missed include nasi lemak (coconut milk steamed rice), sambal belacan (shrimp paste with pounded chilies), beef rendang (dried curry) and serunding (pulled beef).

Average Prices for Region
  • Coffee: RM5.00 – RM10.00
  • Beer: RM5.00 – RM10.00
  • Main course: RM5.00 – RM10.00
  • Soft Drink: RM2.00 – RM5.00
  • Bottled Water: RM1.00 – RM3.00
  • (€1 is approx. RM5.00)
Packing List
  • Your valid passport
  • Sun cream and sun hat
  • A 220v plug adaptor
  • A small backpack
  • Camera
  • Insect Repellant
  • Anti-septic Cream

Trip Itinerary - Day by day

Day 1 - Depart for Malaysia

Afternoon

Depart for Malaysia

Begin your adventure with an overnight flight to Penang International Airport, located on Penang Island, in northwest Malaysia.

Day 2 – Penang

Afternoon

Arrive in Penang

Upon arrival in Penang you will be met by your local expert guide and transferred to your hotel. Penang Island is a location that offers historic charm and a kaleidoscope of cultures. At the heart of Penang Island is the diverse UNESCO Heritage Site of George Town, a colourful urban centre with a strong street art scene. Beyond George Town there is a mix of past and present, with British colonial buildings, Chinese shop houses as well as impressive mosques and towering skyscrapers. You will have the remainder of the day at leisure to settle in to your new surroundings. Your local expert guide will be happy to suggest nearby local restaurants so you can sample some Malaysian cuisine in your free time.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Penang (2 nights)

Day 3 – Explore Penang Island

Morning

Trishaw tour

This morning you will explore the streets of Penang Island by trishaw. The trishaw, a light three-wheeled vehicle with pedals, is the city’s oldest mode of transportation. Afterwards, you will visit the charmingly chaotic wet market in George Town, where everything from fresh food to clothes and trinkets are sold. The bustling nature of this local market is the perfect way to immerse you in to the local Malaysian life. Take a stroll through the various market stalls with your guide, soaking up the buzzing atmosphere.

Afternoon

George Town walking tour

In the afternoon you will explore Penang Island further during a walking tour of George Town. There is no better way to get to know this charming, colourful UNESCO World Heritage Site than by foot. Starting from St. George’s Church, the oldest Anglican Church in Southeast Asia, you will walk towards the Goddess of Mercy Temple, passing through colourful flower garlands stalls along the way. Your guide will take you to see the temples on King Street before continuing towards Market Street, which is full of spice shops, saree shops and food stalls. You will also wander down Queen Street to visit the Sri Mariamman Temple. The final stop will be Khoo Kongsi, a large Chinese clan house with elaborate and highly ornamented architecture.

Evening

At leisure

You will have the remainder of the day free to continue exploring Penang Island independently. You may shop, sightsee or sample local cuisine at your leisure. The choice is all yours. Your local expert guide will be on hand to make suggestions to suit your taste.

Day 4 – Cameron Highlands

Morning

Transfer to Cameron Highlands

This morning it will be time to say goodbye to Penang Island as you leave for mainland Malaysia via the Penang Bridge. Your journey will take you south from Butterworth, towards the Perak State, travelling through Simpang Pulai towards the hill station resort of Cameron Highlands. This rural region of Malaysia is named after William Cameron, a British surveyor who stumbled across the plateau in 1885 during a mapping expedition. Sitting at 1524 metres above sea level, Cameron Highlands is well known for its emerald green tea plantations.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Cameron Highlands (2 nights)

Day 5 – Explore Cameron Highlands

Morning

Mossy Forest walk

This morning you will explore the picturesque rolling tea gardens of Cameron Highlands at Gunung Brinchang. You will drive up the highest mountain accessible by road in South East Asia, which on a clear day will give stunning views over the magnificent area below. Following a “tea-talk”, while enjoying breathtaking view of a tea planation, you will continue on a guided walk through the Mossy Forest. Discover the exotic flora, such as the pitcher plant and orchids, as well as spices and medicinal plants, as you walk along an elevated platform. (Approximate duration 45 minutes / 2km)

Late morning

BOH Tea Factory tour

In the afternoon you will have a guided tour of the BOH Tea Factory. BOH is a Malaysian owned tea business that has been in operation for over 80 years. Start with a tea bush walk at the planation before you will learn from the tea experts how tea is made during a tour of the factory. The visit will end with time to sample some of the teas as well as local snacks at the cafe.

Afternoon

Local farm visits

In the afternoon you will continue exploring Cameron Highlands with visits to the local vegetable, fruit and flower markets. Your local guide will also take you to the Butterfly & Insect Farm, which is designed to teach visitors about the dynamic balance among the biodiversity of flora in the Malaysia. You will also visit a local Strawberry Farm, the Sam Poh Buddhist Temple and the Time Tunnel mini museum, a collection of memorabilia from Cameron Highlands. You will return to your hotel in the early evening where you will have the remainder of the day at leisure to relax after your busy day of sightseeing.

Day 6 – Transfer from Cameron Highlands to Kuala Lumpur

Full day

Batu Caves

Depart the Cameron Highlands, descending down the winding mountain road towards Tapah, before continuing south towards Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur. En route, you will visit Batu Caves, a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples, and is home to the shrine of Lord Murugah, a Hindu deity. 272 steps must be climbed in order to reach the temple cave. (Cameron Highlands to Kuala Lumpur 210km / 3.5 hours)

Evening

Arrive in Kuala Lumpur

In the evening you will arrive in Kuala Lumpur. You will have the remainder of the evening at leisure to settle in to your new surroundings. Kuala Lumpur is a lively city combining colourful street food stalls with giant shopping centres, and ancient temples with soaring skyscrapers. We recommend exploring the bustling Bukit Bintang area, which is filled with bars, restaurants and shops, the ideal part of town if you are interested in culture, shopping and nightlife.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Kuala Lumpur (2 nights)

Day 7 – Explore Kuala Lumpur

Morning

Kuala Lumpur by bicycle

This morning you will embark on a Kuala Lumpur city tour with a difference. Enjoy a cycling tour taking in the iconic highlights such as KL City Gallery, Kuala Lumpur’s downtown area, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Petaling Street. You will have the chance to sample a traditional Hainanese coffee before exploring the nooks and crannies of this bustling city by bicycle. Get to grips with the fascinating sights, sounds and smells as you discover some of the hidden gems that lie within Kuala Lumpur’s labyrinth of secluded alleyways. Cycle past local junk markets, interesting architecture and see how the locals go about their daily lives. Your local expert guide will show you the side of Kuala Lumpur that you do not often find in guide books, sharing with you not only the history of the area, but also a glimpse into the daily rituals and cultural insights of the area. The total distance covered by bicycle this morning will be 10km on mostly flat terrain with some inclines. This cycling tour will be at leisurely pace with a maximum of 20 minutes cycling at a time between sightseeing stops. You should have a reasonable level of fitness for this cycling tour.

Afternoon

At leisure

You will have the remainder of the day at leisure in Kuala Lumpur. This is the ideal time to do some independent sightseeing or shopping. Your local expert guide will be happy to suggest activities to suit your taste.

Day 8 – Fly to Borneo

Morning

Fly to Borneo

This morning it will be time to say goodbye to mainland Malaysia as you take a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Sandakan, a city on the northeast coast of Borneo. Borneo is a rugged island in Southeast Asia’s Malay Archipelago. It is well known for its beaches, its ancient biodiverse rainforest, and its native orangutans.

Afternoon

Arrive in Sandakan

Upon arrival in Sandakan you will transfer to your lodge accommodation and will have the remainder of the day at leisure to unpack and unwind. Located at one of the oldest tropical forest in the world, this lodge is a perfect base for outdoor enthusiasts. During your free time you may independently explore the lodge’s boardwalk nature trail or simply relax and soak up the calming atmosphere in the heart of nature.

Overnight

Accommodation

Lodge in Sandakan (1 night)

Day 9 – Explore Sandakan

Morning

Orangutan and Sun Bears

This morning you will have the opportunity to learn about Borneo’s most famous resident, the orangutan, during a wildlife excursion to the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre. The Centre was founded in 1964 to rehabilitate orphan orangutans. Located on protected land at the edge of Kabili Sepilok Forest Reserve, it is home to over 60 orangutans. Stroll along the walkways and watch from the platform as the Rehabilitation Centre’s staff feed the orangutans. Afterwards you will visit the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre, a wildlife conservation and research centre for improving animal welfare and rehabilitation of the Malayan sun bear. Next up is a 1 hour boat cruise up to the Lower Kinabatangan River Sanctuary, passing through magnificent Mangrove forests

Afternoon

Wildlife cruise

Enjoy lunch at a jungle restaurant before continuing to your lodge accommodation. You will have some free time to settle in before a late afternoon wildlife cruise. Head out in search of proboscis monkeys, birds and other animals, before returning to the jetty to sample a cup of coffee over sunset. Afterwards cruise back to your lodge in time for dinner. After dinner you will experience the jungle by night during a guided walk along the nature boardwalk trail. Keep your eyes peeled for birds, snakes, insects and other wildlife!

Overnight

Accommodation

Lodge in Abai (2 nights)

Day 10 - Pitas Oxbow Lake & local village visit

Early morning

River cruise

Early this morning, you will take a river cruise along the Kinabatangan River towards Pitas Oxbow Lake. This is the perfect time of the day to observe local wildlife, which can include proboscis monkeys, pygmy elephants and crocodiles, as they come out from their night time hideaways in search of food and water. Afterwards, return to your lodge for breakfast.

Morning

Local village visit

This morning you will visit a local village to get an insight in to daily life in Borneo. Your guide will tell you about a local community initiative, the Tree Planting Project, which was designed to help the people of Abai Village. Afterwards you will learn about “The Most Beautiful House Competition”, a community initiative designed to make the village self-sustaining. During this fun interactive local experience you will be invited into various homes and asked to vote for your favourite one and at the end the winning house will be chosen. Afterwards you will have some time to enjoy a simple lunch, made with local produce and prepared by the villagers

Late afternoon

At leisure

Later this afternoon you will have the remainder of the day at leisure for independent exploration. Check out the nature boardwalk at the lodge or simply relax and recuperate before dinner is served. The choice is all yours.

Day 11 – Kota Kinabalu

Full day

Fly to Kota Kinabalu

This morning you will have a boat transfer from your lodge, travelling along the Kinabatangan River, back towards Sandakan, before continuing the journey to the airport for your internal flight to Kota Kinabalu. Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Malaysia’s Sabah state, located in the northern part of the island of Borneo. A coastal city partly surrounded by rainforest, Kota Kinabalu is well known for its bustling markets, modern boardwalk, beaches and waterfront area. It is a melting pot of cultures and while the city has moved in to the 21st century, the old world charm is still very much alive here. Upon arrival in the afternoon you will transfer to your hotel where you will have some free time to settle in.

Evening

Mari-Mari Cultural Village

This evening you will have an excursion to Mari-Mari Cultural Village, with the aim of getting a unique insight into the cultural diversity and soul of Sabah. The journey from the city to this village will take you along roads that are surrounded by rich greenery. Upon arrival at the village, you will be greeted by the Chief of the village who will lead you across a suspension bridge towards the homes of the villagers. Enjoy a tour of the various homes, which represent the different ethnicities of Sabah, and were built by descendants of these Sabah tribes. Giving the feeling of stepping back in time, you will learn how each tribe lived in the olden days. Learn about blow piping, traditional tobacco cutting, starting a fire from bamboo trees and the symbolism of tattoos within the tribe. You will have the chance to witness the locals as they prepare Jala, a traditional Sabah cake, and Pandan juice before enjoying a buffet dinner as well as cultural performances.

Overnight

Accommodation

3 star hotel in Kota Kinabalu (1 nights)

Day 12 – Kota Kinabalu

Full day

At leisure

You will have the morning free to explore independently at your leisure in the city of Kota Kinabalu. Check out some of the chaotically charming local markets for some last minute souvenir shopping or take a stroll along the waterfront. The choice is entirely yours. In the afternoon you will transfer to Kota Kinabalu airport for your overnight flight home.

Day 13 – Arrive home

Arrive home

Morning

Arrive home to Dublin following your once in a lifetime adventure to Borneo & Malaysia.

* Please note that the order of your excursions on the itinerary above is provisional and subject to change

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Hotel & accommodation available for this trip

Royale Chulan Hotel 4

Royale Chulan Penang Hotel is located within a short walk of George Town’s many historic attractions as well as an array of shops, cafes and restaurants.   Combining colonial tradition with contemporary style, part of the hotel is a beautifully restored heritage buildin... read more read more read more

Royale Chulan Penang Hotel is located within a short walk of George Town’s many historic attractions as well as an array of shops, cafes and restaurants.   Combining colonial tradition with contemporary style, part of the hotel is a beautifully restored heritage building which lends character and charm to the property.   The guest rooms offer all modern comforts along with a pleasing design. 

Hotel address
Royale Chulan Hotel
No. 1 & 2 Pengkalan Weld
George Town
10300, Penang
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Strawberry Park Resort 3

Located in the heart of the Cameron Highlands, surrounded by lush forest and rolling mountains, the Strawberry Park Resort is an ideal place to enjoy the beauty of rural Malaysia. All rooms are equipped with a private balcony, allowing you to enjoy the views of the hotel gardens ... read more read more read more

Located in the heart of the Cameron Highlands, surrounded by lush forest and rolling mountains, the Strawberry Park Resort is an ideal place to enjoy the beauty of rural Malaysia. All rooms are equipped with a private balcony, allowing you to enjoy the views of the hotel gardens and surrounding areas in comfort. Soak up the tranquil atmosphere at the swimming pool after a day of exploring.  Guests can also enjoy a drink at the bar or sample local and Western cuisine at the choice of onsite restaurants.  

Hotel address
Strawberry Park Resort
Lot 195 & 196
Jalan Strawberry Park, Brinchang
39000 Tanah Rata, Pahang
Cameron Highlands
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Journal Kuala Lumpur 3

The KL Journal hotel offers boutique accommodation conveniently located in Kuala Lumpur’s bustling Bukit Bintang area. Surrounded by bars, restaurants and shops this is the ideal location for those interested in culture, shopping and nightlife. Take a dip in the outdoor swimming ... read more read more read more

The KL Journal hotel offers boutique accommodation conveniently located in Kuala Lumpur’s bustling Bukit Bintang area. Surrounded by bars, restaurants and shops this is the ideal location for those interested in culture, shopping and nightlife. Take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool or relax on the sun terrace after a day of exploring the city. You can enjoy a drink at the onsite bar and sample local cuisine at the hotel’s restaurant. The rooms offer a mix of retro style meets modern comfort, making sure your stay in Kuala Lumpur will be a memorable one.  

Hotel address
Journal Kuala Lumpur
30, Jalan Beremi, Bukit Bintang
50200 Kuala Lumpur
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
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MY Nature Resort Lodge

Located on the edge of the oldest tropical forest in the world, the MY Nature Resort is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. All rooms are equipped with forest facing balconies ensuring you can make the most of your stay in the heart of nature. Explore the beautiful surrounding areas... read more read more read more

Located on the edge of the oldest tropical forest in the world, the MY Nature Resort is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. All rooms are equipped with forest facing balconies ensuring you can make the most of your stay in the heart of nature. Explore the beautiful surrounding areas by taking a stroll through the trees along the boardwalk or listen to the sounds of nature as you relax by the pool.

Hotel address
MY Nature Resort
Rainforest Discovery Centre
14, Jalan Fabia, Sepilok
90000 Sandakan, Sabah
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Abai Jungle Lodge Lodge

The Abai Jungle Lodge offers basic but comfortable accommodation in the heart of nature. Set on the edge of the Kinabatangan River, this lodge offers the chance to explore the natural surroundings along its boardwalk nature trail. This is the perfect base for any wild life lovers... read more read more read more

The Abai Jungle Lodge offers basic but comfortable accommodation in the heart of nature. Set on the edge of the Kinabatangan River, this lodge offers the chance to explore the natural surroundings along its boardwalk nature trail. This is the perfect base for any wild life lovers, with monkeys and birds often spotted in the nearby trees. You can enjoy a meal at the onsite restaurant after a day of exploring or relax on the sun terrace soaking up the tranquil atmosphere.

Hotel address
Abai Jungle Lodge
Abai


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Horizon Kota Kinabalu 3

With rooms offering views of the city, the Horizon Kota Kinabalu has all the comforts needed for an enjoyable urban stay. The restaurant boasts a variety of both Malaysian and Western cuisine and the rooftop pool features an impressive panoramic view of Kota Kinabalu city. Only m... read more read more read more

With rooms offering views of the city, the Horizon Kota Kinabalu has all the comforts needed for an enjoyable urban stay. The restaurant boasts a variety of both Malaysian and Western cuisine and the rooftop pool features an impressive panoramic view of Kota Kinabalu city. Only minutes from a variety of shops, restaurants, bars and night markets, there is plenty to keep you busy in this enviable location.

Hotel address
Horizon Kota Kinabalu
Jalan Pantai,
Pusat Bandar Kota Kinabalu
88999 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
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* Some hotel facilities may be seasonally operated or under maintenance and therefore unavailable at the time of your stay. Charges may apply for certain facilities.

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