A perfect little getaway, filled with mountain-hiking, a visit of an old mountain village and a trek to a waterfall. You’ll spend the night at the home of a Bidayuh family and get to enjoy lots of amazing native food.
2 Days - 1 Night
Located on a peninsula stretching out into the South China Sea, Bako National Park is the oldest national park in Sarawak, boasting a real treasure trove of flora and fauna. It is a famous place to observe the odd-nosed proboscis monkey, which can only be found on Borneo.
Visit the Semenggoh Orang Utan Centre for a rare chance to see the big red apes! After this fascinating experience, continue to a mountain village called Sadir. Get to know the culture of the Bidayuh tribe and enjoy their amazing hospitality.
Gear up, hop on a motorbike and leave the city behind for an enjoyable ride through the countryside of Sarawak and a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.