Borneo Kellybays, the Borneo's Mystical Paradise locates in a mangrove forest with a beach that stretches 8 km long overlooking the South China Sea and yet to be discovered. Visitors get to observe exotic animals living in mangrove forest while enjoying the breezy atmosphere
A village of 20 - 25 'bilek' or rooms (each for one family) all under one roof of a long stretch wooden house standing on stilts. The expedition will begin with a 4 hours car ride passing through the scenic greenery countryside. The vast land on both side of the road are can be seen dotted with vegetable farms, padi fields, rubber, pepper oil palm and cocoa plantations which generated some of the top revenue earner crops of Sarawak.
Kawa Kawa located at Kota Belud, it's Sabah mangrove new area.If you are a nature lover, this is good choice for you to explore the original mangrove.
Miri is a great place for diving, we have over 30 different untouched coral reefs 40 plus dive sites. Our season runs from end of Feb till November
Niah Great Cave lies the oldest human remains in Southeast Asia, along with many other relics of prehistoric man. Today the cave is home only to bats, swiftlets and other specially adapted forms of life. However, a few but locals still venture into the dark interior or collect guano ( bird and bat droppings used as fertilizer ) and bird's nest.
Upon arrival at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, our representative will meet and transfer to city center to visit The Hundreds Years Red Catheral, Old Post Office, The People’s Committee Hall, The French Opera House. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at Ho Chi Minh City.
Step into SIBU and you are stepping into what was once wild frontier that was given to Sir James Brooke as reward for taming the rebellion for the Brunei Sultanate, who ruled the land then. He became the first 'White Rajah' and began his administrative seat from Fort Brooke in Sibu, in 1862. As interesting as its history is its name Sibu which comes from the local fruit 'sibau' - a small, sour and wild-version of the sweet fleshy rambutan.
The capital of Penang, George Town was named after King George III of England. George Town was awarded city status by the royal charter on January 1st 1957. Located in the heart of the city is one of South East Asia’s largest collections of Pre-war buildings. In order to preserve the heritage of Penang, modern structures are built surrounding these pre-war buildings.
Yilan - Tour features : Jingtong Station ~ Pinghsi branch line Trains ~ Shifen Old Street ~ Jiufen ~ Gold Falls ~ Yinyang Sea ~ Crab Museum ~ Peikuan-resort Farm. Taichung - Tour features : King Car Orchid Garden ~ Lihpao Theme Park ~ Fengjia Night Market. Nantou - Tour features : Formosan Era Village ~ Tunnel of Wine Pot ~ SUN moon Lake ~ Wen-Wu Temple. Taipei - Tour features : Shilin Residence ~ Tahu Strawberry Winery ~ Shihlin Night Market ~ Taipei 101 Shopping Mall ~ Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall ~ Raohe Street Tourist Night Market.
Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital city of Brunei Darussalam is about 100 km from Seria and the tour in Bandar will include visit to Brunei National Museum , The Royal Regalia, the grand Jame' Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque and the skyline of Bandar Seri Begawan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque, one of the most magnificent mosque in South East Asia and a replica of a 16th-century royal barge is moored in an adjoining lagoon.
Meet at hotel lobby then transfer you to the jetty and on to our boat, where we give you a safety briefing and introduce you to the member of staff that will look after you for the trip.
Close to the Indonesian border in the north-eastern corner of Sarawak and dominated by Gunung Murud are the Kelabit Highlands, the highest inhabited area of Borneo. It can only be reached by light aircraft or on foot, not by road or river. Kelabit, Murut, Sabahan, Lun Bawang and Penan are people who live in longhouses at an altitude of 3700ft. wet padi farming is the main source of food, supplemented by hunting and the cultivation of fruit and vegetables for local consumption. In the past salt springs and a fairy rich soil, plus the people’s own industry and ingenuity, made them self-sufficient, needing only iron which was traded for salt and tobacco. Although many people have left the area to work in the towns, enough rice is still grown for home consumption and for sale to other parts of the state.