Borneo Hotels & Travel Guide

Everything you Need to Know about Borneo

The subject of countless documentaries and travel videos, Borneo is a renowned eco-tourism destination. Blanketed with thick impenetrable forest, undulating valleys, sun-kissed islands and towering mountain ranges, the region is home to super-sized Nature offerings ranging from the mighty Mount Kinabalu, Southeast Asia’s highest peak, to the yawning Sarawak Chamber in the Kinabalu National Park, a World Heritage Site.

Straddling the Equator, Borneo’s rainforests are stuffed to the treetops with exotic fauna; habitually saturated with torrential downpours, the island enjoys a sweltering climate making it one of the best places in the world for tropical adventure enthusiasts to explore. The planet’s third largest island, Borneo has got its fair share of natural attractions and gushing rivers that snake through the jungle, exotic fauna and overhanging fruit-bearing trees make the region simply put, Eden.

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  • Sabah


    Sabah at the North Eastern tip of Borneo is the gateway to fascinating cultures, beautiful scenery and magical islands. Read More»

  • Sarawak


    Sarawak occupies the North Western Coastline of Borneo. With a large range of expansive rainforests and countless rivers Read More»

  • Brunei


    Brunei is a small country nestled between Sabah and Sarawak in Borneo. Brunei offers you a nice balance between city and Read More»

  • Labuan


    It comprises the 75sqkm Pulau Labuan and six smaller islands – Pulau Burung, Pulau Daat, Pulau Kuraman, Pulau Papan, Read More»

  • Kalimantan


    Covering two-thirds of Borneo in four provinces, Kalimantan remains one of Indonesia’s least-visited regions. The Read More»

  • Borneo Map

    Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as Read More»

Sabah Hotels: Where to Stay in Sabah

Top 10 Hotels in Sabah

Known for its prominent attractions such as Mount Kinabalu – Southeast Asia’s highest peak – and the Kinabalu National Read More...

Top 10 Hotels in Sarawak

Top 10 Hotels in Sarawak

Running out of time to see & do it all? See this quick and handy Top Ten Guide to our favourites. Read More...

Borneo Hotels

All Hotels in Borneo

We have only the very best accommodation available for you in Borneo. With an expansive range of hotels, from budget Read More...

Sabah Hotels: Where to Stay in Sabah

All Hotels in Sabah

Enjoy a variety of hotels in Sabah that range from budget hotels to international standard resorts. Get instant Read More...

Sarawak Hotels: Where to Stay in Sarawak

All Hotels in Sarawak

We have only the very best accommodation available for you in Sarawak. With an expansive range of hotels, from budget Read More...

Labuan Hotels

All Hotels in Labuan

It's best known as a duty-free stopover for those travelling between Kota Kinabalu and Brunei. Accommodation options in Read More...

Kalimantan Hotels

All Hotels in Kalimantan

The region’s got a wide variety of accommodation options – budget deals are limited but there’s a healthy range of Read More...

Brunei Hotels

All Hotels in Brunei

Lying on a slim coastal plain on Borneo Island, Brunei’s landscape is a mixture of forest, swamps and beaches; Read More...

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Gunung Mulu National Park

Gunung Mulu National Park

The largest national park in Sarawak, the Gunung Mulu National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site dominated by three Read More...

Kinabalu National Park

Kinabalu National Park

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah’s capital city, doesn’t really personify Borneo – the capital isn’t a jumble of leafy greens and Read More...

Rumah Terbalik Di Sabah

Rumah Terbalik Di Sabah is best described as an otherworldly upside-down home. Billed as Southeast Asia’s first, the Read More...

Sabah Dining

Sabah Restaurants

Located on Borneo’s north-western flank, Sabah is Malaysia’s east coast capital. The state has 30 ethnicities and among Read More...

Sarawak Restaurants

Sarawak Restaurants

Sarawak – the Land of the Hornbills – is known for its pepper produce, Bario rice, sago and pineapples. Read More...


Brunei Restaurant

The only thing Bruneians love to do more than shop is to eat – most of the nation’s top noshes are, surprisingly, Read More...

Sabah Shopping

Sabah Shopping

The best time to visit Sabah is in May when the week-long Sabah fest takes place; celebrations include an assortment of Read More...

Sarawak Shopping

Sarawak Shopping

Kuching is Sarawak’s best shopping quadrant. Orang ulu beadwork, Bidayuh basket weavings, traditional wooden carvings Read More...

Labuan Shopping

Labuan Shopping

With a population of approximately 50,000, Labuan is a duty-free port located 10km west of the Klias Peninsula. Read More...

Sabah Nightlife

Sabah Nightlife

When the sun goes down in Sabah, start out at the Waterfront Esplanade along Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens – besides fine Read More...

Sarawak Nightlifes

Sarawak Nightlifes

Kuching is the best place for clubbing districts. A lively night scene awaits you after an evening meal in the capital - Read More...

Labuan Nightlife

Labuan Nightlife

Labuan’s duty-free status makes it seem a little bit like Las Vegas but it’s not as glitzy or as glamorous; in fact Read More...

Getting There

Getting There

There are two airline companies that fly to Sabah and Sarawak. Malaysian Airlines (MAS) operates flights from several Read More...


Borneo Weather

Borneo has an equatorial climate that gives it high humidity, hot weather and rainfall throughout the year. Temperatures Read More...

Getting Around

Getting Around in Borneo

While not as modern as those in Peninsular Malaysia, the transportation system in Borneo is decent enough, allowing you Read More...

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