Your choice for an authentic way of discovering Sarawak at fair price !
BORNÉO À LA CARTE
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The Sarawak region

Our concept

Our travel agency is specialised on tour arrangements in the state of Sarawak and mainly the area of ​​its capital Kuching, located in the Malaysian part of Borneo. This area already offers you a wide choice of activities and brings you into a part of the world still little known and yet full of assets.

 

What BORNÉO À LA CARTE offers:

  • Tailor-made tours and off-the-beaten-track discoveries: Wilderness walks, national parks, kayaking, caving, waterfalls, homestays, jungle overnights, discovery of local crafts and traditional cuisine, bike/motorcycle tours, etc.
  • The skills of a dynamic and passionate team with the services of local English speaking guides, but also the possibility of being accompanied by a French- or German-speaking interpreter and/or by specialised tour leaders (naturalists, historians, photographers).
  • The choice between several types of accommodation, from simple guest rooms to the high-end hotel.

 

You will discover an authentic Borneo, meet its various ethnic groups, its fauna and rainforests whose protection is a priority. Far away from clichés and the usual tourist places, BORNÉO À LA CARTE is committed to make you discover the charm of this enigmatic part of the world.

What's happening

BORNÉO À LA CARTE reusable drinking bottles

Minimizing negative impacts on environment and local communities has always been one of our concerns. One of the big environmental issues nowadays is plastic waste and single-use plastic bottles are a main contributor to the problem. Therefore BORNÉO À LA CARTE now offers reusable stainless steel bottles!

BORNÉO À LA CARTE uniforms

We have received make-up supply of our BORNÉO À LA CARTE outdoor uniforms and due to high demand we have kept some stock for sale!

Temporary Closure of the old building of the Sarawak Museum

The old building of the Sarawak Museum’s complex, housing the Ethnology Museum, will be temporarily closed for much needed renovation and refurbishment works, scheduled to be completed by early 2020.

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