Crocodiles and dolphins habitat

Crocodiles and dolphins habitatKuching, Sarawak on Borneo The coastal area off Kuching, Sarawak, is known for its beach resorts in Damai, Bako National Park, Cultural Village, the fishing village of Santubong and the mountain of the same name. However, there is more to explore in the area. Even among locals, it is barely known that dolphins frolic…

Batang Ai Resort

Batang Ai ResortPicture report from the Longhouse-Resort at Batang Ai dam The Batang Ai National Park has a Hilton resort. This is located directly on the same reservoir and can be reached via a twenty-minute boat ride. To the reservoir itself one comes from Kuching over a 280 – 300km long country road. For this…

Mount Santubong

Mount SantubongTrekking Borneo – Tropical Rainforest Trekking on Borneo can be combined with a summit victory! Mount Santubong (about 800m) offers a mountaineering challenge. In good weather Mount Santubong is visible from Kuching with the naked eye and the journey is only about 45 minutes by car. From the beach resorts in Damai you can walk to the…

Kuching – Sarawak

Kuching – SarawakPicture report about the capital of Sarawak Kuching is the capital of Sarawak and is located on the island of Borneo. The easiest way to reach Kuching is via flights from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. In Sarawak live just as many different cultures as on the Malaysian mainland. This allows Kuching to offer a…

Deforestation rainforest

Deforestation rainforest The reasons for the deforestation of the tropical rain forest on Borneo are easy to recognize, large-scale needs for the industrial use of the palm oil industry, the wood production itself and the need of arable land for small farmers. logging Firewood for cooking, wood pulp for wood pulp and paper production and…

Mount Santubong

Mount Santubong ascent Combine Jungle trekking on Borneo with the experience of a summit victory! In the area around Kuching, Sarawak Mount Santubong (800m) offers itself as a mountaineering challenge. During good weather conditions, Mount Santubong is visible from Kuching with the naked eye. From the city centre, it takes about 45 minutes by car…

Borneo Orangutan

Wildlife Rehabilitation Centres on Borneo Orangutans are endangered animals. The last wild orangutans live in the rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra. Tourists can experience a close encounter with semi-wild orangutans at the Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre in Kuching in Sarawak and at the Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary in Sabah. There are various orangutan sanctuaries in…