LAYANG LAYANG ISLAND RESORT
Off the mystical island of Borneo approximately 300km northwest of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia lies a little gem within the deep blue sea, fondly known as “The Jewel of the Borneo Banks”. This is the intriguing Layang Layang Island, a remote and exotic island in the wide ocean of South China Sea that offers undisturbed diving adventure in safe waters away from other popular dive destinations.
On this coral-blessed atoll rising from the deep blue of 2,000m lies a modest but complete resort - the Layang Layang. Designed and built along the concept of a traditional long house, the resort boasts of a unique local stay experience enveloped in modern comforts and convenience.
With only the resort on the island, Layang Layang offers a truly unprecedented “One Island One Dive Resort” exclusive experience.
Redang Island (Malay: Pulau Redang) is an island in Kuala Nerus District, Terengganu, Malaysia. It is one of the largest islands off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is famous for its crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches. It is one of nine islands, which form a marine sanctuary park offering snorkeling and diving opportunities for tourists.
The largest beach is Pasir Panjang on the east side, featuring half a dozen resorts. The beach is covered with soft white sand. Coral and fish can be seen just a few metres from the beach.
Bakun Linau Floating Logde
Bakun Linau Floating Lodge is located at upper Rajang river, At approximately 565 kilometers long, it is the longest river in Malaysia.
Whether you are an adventure seeker, nature lover, yoga practitioner, lovebirds, on a family outing, or corporate retreat Bakun Linau Floating Lodge offers you relaxation and fun in nature. with 3 hours drive to Bakun Dam from Bintulu separates you from civilization, the heat, and maddening crowds! It is accessible only via 4×4 vehicle & LongBoat, as you need to travel a bit up into the jungles of Belaga District, Kapit Division. Arriving at the Bakun Hydro Powered Dam car park, you start up the Upper Rajang River through the rainforest to the floating lodge at 1700m above sea level, nestled in a cool river valley, a cool drink and beer to refresh yourself from your journey. You have arrived at the rainforest! At a glance, this place looks like Mother Nature’s playground: a natural wonderland waiting to be explored!
Mulu was declared an iconic UNESCO World Heritage Area, at 55,000 hectares, the biggest National Park in Sarawak.
Gunung Mulu National Park qualifies for all four of the World Heritage criteria. Fewer than twenty UNESCO World Heritage areas could manage this feat and these are what they mean for tourism: Superlative beauty – mountains, combined with huge river systems, a tropical rainforest and huge caves. The earth’s history and geo features are evident in the gigantic caves and the Pinnacles. Appreciate the biodiversity and ecological processes when you do adventure trekking or just stroll along the botany trail.
Kuching is the capital and the most populous city of Sarawak in Malaysia. The city is situated on the Sarawak River at the southwest tip of the state of Sarawak on the island of Borneo and covers an area of 431 square kilometres (166 sq mi). Kuching is a major food destination for tourists and the main gateway for travellers visiting Sarawak and Borneo. Kuching Wetlands National Park is located about 30 kilometres (19 mi) from the city and there are many other tourist attractions in and around Kuching such as Bako National Park, Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF), state assembly building, The Astana, Fort Margherita, Kuching Cat Museum, and Sarawak State Museum. The city has become one of the major industrial and commercial centres in East Malaysia.
Kota Kinabalu, SABAH
Kota Kinabalu is the state capital of Sabah, Malaysia. It is also the capital of the Kota Kinabalu District as well as the West Coast Division of Sabah. The city is located on the northwest coast of Borneo facing the South China Sea. The Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park lies to its west and Mount Kinabalu, which gave the city its name, is located to its east. Kota Kinabalu has a population of 452,058 according to the 2010 census; when the adjacent Penampang and Putatan districts are included, the metro area has a combined population of 628,725.
Penang located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, by the Malacca Strait. It has two parts: Penang Island, where the capital city, George Town, is located, and Seberang Perai on the Malay Peninsula. They are connected by Malaysia's two longest road bridges, the Penang Bridge and the Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge; the latter is also as of May 2019 the longest oversea bridge in Southeast Asia. The second smallest Malaysian state by land mass, Penang is bordered by Kedah to the north and the east, and Perak to the south.