After our three-day stay in Kota Kinabalu, we couldn’t wait to move into our small cabin in the beautiful nature of Sepilok. This place was so idyllic, we really wished to spent another night there.
From the rainforest and its reservations around Kuching we headed to the concrete jungle of Kota Kinabalu by plane.
Outside Kuching lies the Semenggoh Nature Reserve and its Semenggoh Wildlife Centre for rescued Orangutans. This was our first chance to encounter the endangered “men of the forest” on Borneo.
Our Borneo journey started in Kuching, the capital city of Sarawak. After the twenty minute taxi ride from the airport to our room in the charming China Town, we set foot in the Indah Café for the first time.
Malaysia, one of the countries on our never ending travel list, had to be our next destination due to its amazing wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. We’re glad we had the chance to visit Malaysian Borneo and despite the neverending palm oil plantations, the island has so much to offer.