Escape to a warm and tropical destination and enjoy the getaway of a lifetime with a wide selection of outdoor activities for every one of the family member. The island of Borneo is a home to many unique and endangered species, such as the orang utan, proboscis monkey, the Borneo Rhino, the Pygmy Elephant, as well as the Green and Hawsbill Turtle. This is a popular holiday destination for those who loves adventure, jungle trekking, relaxing on the beach, wildlife safaris, bird watching, scuba diving and mountain climbing.
Home to prehistoric rainforests and a melting pot of culture, Malaysia is an amazing country to discover. Join us on this fascinating journey to explore the most dynamic cities, Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highlands, Pearl of the Orient - Penang, Kota Bahru, Terengganu, Kuantan, Kuching, Mulu, Miri, Brunei, Kota Kinabalu, Sukau and Sandakan.
Mount Kinabalu is a prominent mountain on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. It is located in the East Malaysian state of Sabah and is protected as Kinabalu Park, a World Heritage Site. Kinabalu is the highest peak in Borneo’s Crocker Range and is the highest mountain in the Malay Archipelago. The mountain and its surroundings are among the most important biological sites in the world, with between 5000 and 6000 species of plants, 326 species of birds, and more than 100 mammalian species identified.
Experience our version of the fantastic Big 5! Canada One Travel’s newly designed 6 days/5 nights Borneo Big 5 Wildlife Tour is one our coolest packages now on offer! After years of researching and learning how best to deliver the Big 5 travel goods, we are now proud to deliver. Come specifically just to see orangutans, proboscis monkeys, hornbills, pygmy elephants and crocodiles!
Singapore is a tiny city-state resting at the very tip of Malaysia’s peninsula. It’s approximately 700 km south of the classical, historic, and exotic and tropical island of Penang. This trip takes in many major sites along that route at a pace that’s sure to please and inspire. Our first stopover is in Malacca, one of Malaysia’s coastal states, where you’ll see relics of early Chinese settlements dating back to the 15th century.
Malacca was a busy port during this period and its importance was on par with Singapore; a regional power at the time. Our tour’s next stop is in Kuala Lumpur, the modern and very cosmopolitan capital of Malaysia, which boasts the tallest twin towers in the world. From here we travel north to the Batu Caves and Lake Gardens, then to the Cameron Highlands, famed for its terraced tea plantations and where the climate is cool and breezy.
We then drive northward to the island of Penang, disembarking mainland Malaysia by crossing the longest bridge in Southeast Asia. Georgetown is the capital of Penang, and is defined by a robust history and culture and its colonial-style buildings. A little north of Penang we stay at tropical beach resorts off azure waters that will ensure a positively relaxing stay.