Borneo has amazing fine-grained beaches, pleasant waters and beautiful national parks. Visit the island’s hot springs, see the endangered orangutan and dive where Jacques Cousteau once appeared. Borneo is the nature lover’s paradise as large parts of the island are still untouched and unpopulated so the biodiversity has flourished.
Malaysia has several sights on the UNESCO World Heritage List
The capital Kuala Lumpur is located on the Malacka Peninsula, surrounded by mountains. The city is famous for its skyscrapers and shopping opportunities. Nearby are several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as Lenggong Valley, similar to a large outdoor museum – filled with cave paintings, skeletal findings and stone tools, weapons and jewelry. Just outside the northwestern coast lies the island of Pulau Langkawi with its white beaches and dramatic waterfalls attracts travellers seekiing tranquillity and relaxation.
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