The island of Borneo is divided between Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei, and is home to some of the world's best diving sites, along with an enormous variety of plants, birds and mammals, many unique to the island. With the ongoing threat of deforestation, ecotourism is one of few economic activities that can make a convincing case for protecting these habitats while supporting local communities.
Split between the Nation of Brunei, Kalimantan, Indonesia and the two Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, Borneo is brimming with uniqueness. Both Malaysian states are known for their jungles and sandy white beaches, as well as more developed cities compared to the rest of Borneo. Kalimantan encapsulates the remainder and largest section of Borneo. Dense rainforest, dirt roads, rivers, tributaries and hundreds of exotic flora and fauna are located at every thrilling turn. While Brunei and Malaysia are more tourist-friendly, Kalimantan is best explored with a tour guide and will leave an indelible impression on any adventure tourist’s mind.
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