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Sarawak (Malaysian Borneo)
Go jungle trekking and wildlife spotting at Bako National Park, home of the rare Proboscis monkey. With isolated beaches, jungles, and waterfalls, it’s a great place for hiking. You can also choose Kubah National Park, Matang Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre or Semenggoh Nature Reserve with its semi-wild orangutans. Visit a traditional longhouse and see how the Iban people live in the rainforest upriver.
Explore the massive cave systems of Gunung Mulu National Park, home to the Rafflesia, the world’s largest flower, which can grow up to one metre in diameter. The canopy walks and treks reveal exotic creatures and extraordinary rock formations. Visit the Sarawak Cultural Village and cruise the Santubong and Salak Rivers in search of Irrawaddy dolphins. Enjoy the charms of historic Kuching, the Sarawak state oldest and largest city. Visit the esplanade and waterfront, the Sarawak Museum and see the orangutan murals. You can also head to the Fairy Caves.
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February – April 2020
Feb 7-12, Feb 29 – Mar 6, Feb 29 – Mar 11, Mar 2-11, 11-19, 24-31, Apr 1-9, 12-16,
Singapore – Kota Kinabalu – Singapore
One cabin bag per passenger.
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You can stay at the Putatan Platinum Hotel. This property is Located in Putatan Town and features air conditioned rooms with ensuite bathroom, safe and flat screen TV. Free Wi-Fi available.
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