THE MALAYSIAN ISLAND, A DIRECT CONTACT WITH NATURE
SPORTS ACTIVITIES OR SIMPLE DISCOVERY WALKS
Sabah province offers you the opportunity to climb the 4,000 meters of Mount Kinabalu where you will have breathtaking views, and if you left at night, a magnificent sunrise to reward your effort. If you prefer the quieter discoveries, take a boat to discover the rich ecosystem of the Kinabatangan River or Sepilok and its rehabilitation center for orangutans. In the province of Sarawak, the former territory of headhunters, is now the national park of Gunung Mulu and protected as World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Its visit requires a certain spirit of adventure but is rewarded with impressive karst landscapes, some very extensive cave networks, some of which can be visited, such as the Deer Cave including hundreds of thousands of bats who fly out on most nights. Not to mention the tropical jungle with all the richness of its fauna and flora. Another National Park: Bako, opened in 1957, so the oldest Malaysian park, home to proboscis monkeys, the monkeys with a long nose, and who are an endangered species. And, of course, a series of beautiful beaches offering all the pleasures of the sea.