Kuala Lumpur & Borneo

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  • 3 nts Dorsett Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur - in a Dorsett room
  • 2 nts Shangri-Las Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa, Sabah - in a Kinabalu wing mountain view room with breakfast
  • 1 nts Sandakan Wildlife Adventure, Sandakan - in a Borneo Nature Lodge with full board
  • 4 nts 4* Nexus Resort & Spa Karambunai, Sabah - in a Borneo Garden Deluxe room with breakfast
  • Flights with Malaysia Airlines from Heathrow. Travel various dates between 8th October and 30th November. Private transfers included.
  • This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
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3 nts Dorsett Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

in a Dorsett room

Situated in fashionable and fast-paced Bukit Bintang, the entertainment epicentre of the city, the Dorsett is just a stroll away from shopping malls and eateries, while the Petronas Twin Towers are also easily accessible.

2 nts Shangri-Las Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa, Sabah

in a Kinabalu wing mountain view room with breakfast

A superb resort situated in lush, landscaped gardens overlooking a protected marine national park and only ten minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu city.

1 nts Sandakan Wildlife Adventure, Sandakan
in a Borneo Nature Lodge with full board

Visit an Orang-Utan Sanctuary and visit countryside and rivers for the opportunity to explore the local wildlife.

4 nts 4* Nexus Resort & Spa Karambunai, Sabah

in a Borneo Garden Deluxe room with breakfast

Set on 3000 acres of land betwixt a vast stretch of white sandy beach and a first class golf course, under the stunning backdrop of an ancient rainforest.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Flights with Malaysia Airlines from Heathrow. Travel various dates between 8th October and 30th November. Private transfers included.

Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £165, Belfast from £165, Newcastle from £165, Edinburgh from £165, Glasgow from £165. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.


Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availabilty, terms and conditions apply.


3 nts Dorsett Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur

in a Dorsett room

Once little more than mud and marsh, compact Kuala Lumpur is a fast rising metropolis which effortlessly blends its colonial past with space-age towers and mega malls. KL, as it's fondly known, is best explored on foot or via the excellent public transport network including buses, metro (Light Rail Transit) and a monorail making it easy to get around. Taxis are also available, but as the roads can be busy, they may prove be a more expensive option.

At its historic heart is Merdeka Square (Independence Square). Ringed by handsome colonial-era buildings, including the Royal Selangor Club and Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the square marks the place where the Malaysian flag was first hoisted after independence from British rule in 1957. Other notable buildings include the imposing Old Railway Station and the highly acclaimed Jamek Mosque, which is a vision of soaring minarets and onion-shaped domes.

KL’s Golden Triangle is comprised of Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) and Chinatown. It’s in modern KLCC where you’ll find the eye-catching Petronas Twin Towers. Soaring 88 storeys, you can take in the sweeping vistas from the sky bridge linking the two towers at the 41st and 42nd floors. Alternatively, for skyline views including the Petronas Twin Towers hotfoot it to the higher observation deck of the Menara KL Tower.

Swanky Bukit Bintang is chock-a-block with shopping malls and boutiques as well as trendy cafés, restaurants and nightspots. There’s more high end fashion in the KLCC or at Berjaya Times Square, while Petaling Street in colourful Chinatown is a bargain-hunter’s paradise, particularly the lively night market.

Food is without a doubt a highlight of any visit to KL, with so many opportunities to feast on diverse local and international cuisine. Expect everything from award-winning gourmet restaurants with menus from around the world, to chic bistros and traditional street stalls that tempt with a choice of inexpensive dishes.

2 nts Shangri-Las Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa, Sabah

in a Kinabalu wing mountain view room with breakfast

Wherever you venture in the world there really is nowhere like Borneo. A truly great destination which has something to offer everyone from soft adventures to wildlife encounters. Straddling the equator and dominated by luxuriant rainforest, Borneo is a unique destination that provides a visual feast at every turn. The Malaysian portion is an exotic paradise comprised of two states, Sabah and Sarawak, boasting extraordinary landscapes, ancient tribes and astonishing wildlife.

Sabah may be the smaller of the two states but has a wealth of natural riches to explore including some of Borneos most beautiful beaches. Picture white sand stretching almost as far as the eye can see with a dense jungle-covered outcrop in the near distance. The gentle water is a playground for swimmers whilst diving enthusiasts will love the abundance of coral reefs and marine life.

One of Sabahs most iconic attractions is Mount Kinabalu National Park, a significant natural environment  dominated by Mount Kinabalu. Sabah's state capital, Kota Kinabalu, is a coastal city located on the west coast partly surrounded by rainforest. It's known for its bustling markets, modern boardwalk and waterfront Kota Kinabalu City Mosque.

Sabah's other highlight is of course the world famous Sepilok Orang-Utan Sanctuary where visitors can watch these adorable animals close up in their natural environment. A trip here is highly recommended.

1 nts Sandakan Wildlife Adventure, Sandakan
in a Borneo Nature Lodge with full board

Once Sabah’s capital, Sandakan was heavily bombed during World War II and while much was destroyed, a scattering of religious relics and stunning colonial mansions can be seen.

It is however, the nearby attractions which provide most interest, including the world-famous Sepilok Orang-Utan Sanctuary, where visitors can watch these adorable animals close up in their natural habitat. A boardwalk leads to a viewing gallery and feeding platform where rangers feed the apes twice a day.

Also close by is the Rainforest Discovery Centre within the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, where you can stroll through the rainforest or along the canopy walkway. It’s a great vantage point for spotting some of the 250 species of tropical birds that call the forest home. Wildlife can also be spotted when you travel along the Kinabatangan River during our Sandakan Wildlife tour, and is sure to be a highlight of a visit to Sabah. The rich floodplains of the river are home to orang-utans, proboscis monkeys, Sabah pygmy elephants, estuarine crocodiles, monitor lizards and around 200 species of birds.

Another notable attraction within the area is the majestic Gomantong Cave, one of the largest cave systems in Sabah. Located in the Gomantong Forest Reserve, the caves are home to millions of bats and just as many swiftlets along with their valuable nests, a prized delicacy among the Chinese for bird's nest soup. A boardwalk leads into Semut Hitam cavern (one of the two complexes) which gives you access to explore or to watch the skilled harvesters climbing networks of rattan ladders and ropes to get to the nests.

4 nts 4* Nexus Resort & Spa Karambunai, Sabah

in a Borneo Garden Deluxe room with breakfast

Wherever you venture in the world there really is nowhere like Borneo. A truly great destination which has something to offer everyone from soft adventures to wildlife encounters. Straddling the equator and dominated by luxuriant rainforest, Borneo is a unique destination that provides a visual feast at every turn. The Malaysian portion is an exotic paradise comprised of two states, Sabah and Sarawak, boasting extraordinary landscapes, ancient tribes and astonishing wildlife.

Sabah may be the smaller of the two states but has a wealth of natural riches to explore including some of Borneos most beautiful beaches. Picture white sand stretching almost as far as the eye can see with a dense jungle-covered outcrop in the near distance. The gentle water is a playground for swimmers whilst diving enthusiasts will love the abundance of coral reefs and marine life.

One of Sabahs most iconic attractions is Mount Kinabalu National Park, a significant natural environment  dominated by Mount Kinabalu. Sabah's state capital, Kota Kinabalu, is a coastal city located on the west coast partly surrounded by rainforest. It's known for its bustling markets, modern boardwalk and waterfront Kota Kinabalu City Mosque.

Sabah's other highlight is of course the world famous Sepilok Orang-Utan Sanctuary where visitors can watch these adorable animals close up in their natural environment. A trip here is highly recommended.

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