As one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world, Borneo Holidays will provide visitors with encounters from a huge range of animal and plant species. There’s a vast amount of natural beauty here to be discovered so let Kenwood Travel be the gatekeeper to this wonderful island in Malaysia.
Luxury holidays in Borneo
Your Borneo holidays will typify a sense of high-end luxury from the high-class resorts we have on offer. Whilst surrounded by stunning exotic and colourful plant species, take in the wildlife, enjoy an equally exotic beverage and dine at some fantastic restaurants serving the local fare at great prices.
5 great reasons to holiday in Borneo
- Great environment and location for a spot of trekking
- Extensive array of diving facilities with three world-beating dive locations
- Tours guided by local experts. Try Orang-utan tracking, hike the mountains or go on a jungle adventure!
- Check out the wildlife on this beautifully exotic isle
- With stunning views all though the island, cycling is a great way to open up new perspectives and adventures.
Things to do whilst on holiday in Borneo
In the midst of this bio-diverse menagerie, observing the local wildlife in its natural habitat is a must-do experience. You could take up the Orang-utan Quest and camp out in the jungle, dine in the wild and traverse the landscape peppered by verdant jungle and flowing rivers. While you’re here, why not go bird watching in Sabah in the northern part of the isle? This activity will provide a multitude of tropical species for your viewing pleasure. More over, when it comes to wildlife, the Proboscis Monkey is one of the most spectacular species you’ll see on your travels. This monkey is endemic to the mangrove areas of the island and is characterised by its very distinctive long nose, potbelly, and light coat.
The local cuisine will captivate the taste buds, and a visit to this region can’t pass you by without sampling the exquisite culinary traditions of Borneo. The Sarawak Laksa – of Malaysian origins – is a delicious soup-based lunchtime meal featuring coconut flavours. Alternatively, why not try the native Kolo Mee or the delicious Tomato Kueh Teow. You’ll definitely have to sample it to truly appreciate and immerse yourself in the flavours of Borneo!
Weather in Borneo
Here you’ll enjoy a tropical and sunny climate every month of the year. With average temperatures of around 25ºC to 33ºC, your visit will provide very consistent weather patterns.
Interesting facts about Borneo
- Area – 743,330 sq. kilometres
- Archipelago – Greater Sunda Islands
- Population – 18,590,000
Borneo Holidays 2024 / 2025
You won’t want to miss the opportunity of basking in the tropical sun of the third biggest island in the world! To make sure your place is reserved, give us a call and a member of our team will guide you through the fine points of your journey into paradise - alternatively you can request a quote online. So, for your next 2024/2025 holidays to a luxury all inclusive resort, wedding or honeymoon, let Kenwood Travel be your travel partner.