Borneo Holidays

A Holiday to Borneo promises world-famous wildlife, teeming jungles and exquisite beaches View All Borneo Holidays


Stefanie Studley
Borneo Travel Specialist

Malaysian Borneo stretches out to cover the northern half of the world’s third largest island, laying claim to a dramatic coastline and a vast expanse of thick virgin rainforest – some of the oldest rainforest in the world. A vibrant cultural melting pot, Borneo is home to charismatic people with a unique blend of traditional native forest communities, romantic Asian roots and European Colonial ties. Here, the irresistible lure of majestic, paradisiac beaches and exotic jungle heaving with indigenous wildlife – including endangered orangutans – entices visitors from all corners of the globe.

From trekking the muddy jungle trails of the remote Danum Valley Conservation Area to snorkelling the turquoise seas along the pristine white sand beaches of Gaya Island, Borneo holidays are an immersion in the beautiful natural environments which call the country home. For many visitors, the number one attraction are orangutans. We’re proud to work with Orangutan Appeal UK, a charity associated with Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in Borneo which rehabilitates and provides medical care to orphaned orangutans.

Our collection of Borneo experiences includes group tours designed to get first-time visitors under the skin of the country, tailor-made itinerary suggestions which can be tweaked to perfectly suit your interests, and honeymoon ideas which combine once-in-a-lifetime wildlife interactions with relaxing breaks at private romantic beach resorts. 

Holiday Ideas

At Regent Holidays we offer a personal service and use our expert knowledge of destinations to ensure you have an unforgettable experience. From booking to travelling, our Travel Specialists will be with you every step of the way and are on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Regent Borneo Specialist


Stefanie Studley

Stefanie Studley
Borneo Travel Specialist
Active travellers shouldn’t miss the opportunity to climb Mount Kinabalu – it’s the perfect finale to an incredible holiday spent searching for wildlife in the jungles. Whilst it might not be a technically challenging climb, the route certainly offers a physical challenge. But then, standing at 4,000m to watch the sun rise over the ocean and gaze across the rainforest from above, it’s so worth it and an experience you’ll never forget.

Stefanie's Tips
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In Kota Kinabalu jump on the North Borneo railway – a colonial-era steam train that chuggs through the countryside.
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Take a trip down the Kinabatangan river on the look-out for proboscis monkeys, macaques, pygmy elephants, snakes and crocodiles.
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Join the locals at the bustling “Top Spot” food hall in Kuching, where the seafood is plentiful, delicious and great value.




Why Regent Holidays?

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