Footprinting East Malaysia

Weston Wetland Park – Just 122 km from Kota Kinabalu, the Weston wetland cruise offers glimpses of Saltwater Crocs (which never stop growing), water birds, Proboscis Monkeys and the most psychedelic sunset you can imagine. After dark, there is a superb light show, courtesy the fireflies from the nearby mangrove trees!

Seaventures Dive Rig Resort, Sabah – It’s unusual and enchanting. An oil rig converted into a dive resort, near one of the world’s best diving sites, complete with coral reefs and teeming marine life. Go on then.

Flower Power – Get acquainted with an astonishing range of plants, Borneo’s bio-diversity is higher than those of entire nations! Be sure to see the Rafflesia (the world’s largest flower), the carnivorous Pitcher Plant and over 3,000 species of wild orchids.

River Rafting in Padas and Kiulu – The two rivers offer excellent river rafting experiences. While Kiulu has tamer waters, Padas’ slightly brown waters claim to offer more adrenaline rushes!

Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary – Watch the ‘Wild men of Borneo’, the Orangutans, in their natural habitat.

Footprint Favorites

Golf Asia

Given its near cult status in Asia, there is absolutely no shortage of designer courses set against some of the most dazzling natural backdrops.


Mt. Kinabalu Trek

Kota Kinabalu

A giant pitcher plant, verdant rainforest, sulphur springs, sunrise atop Mt. Kinabalu and more in Kota Kinabalu.


Footprint Special – Offbeat diving experiences like Pom Pom Island and market tours on Gaya Street.