Borneo: The Off-the-Beaten-Track Road Trip

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Climbing Mount Kinabalu, Borneo

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It may not be the highest peak on earth, but the 2 day climb up Mount Kinabalu will get even the fittest person heart pumping.

Ten reasons to make that detour to Brunei

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Brunei gets a bad rap sometimes for being boring. Or worse still, it is
often overlooked completely or not even known about by travellers to
South East Asia. But there are some rather compelling reasons to visit
this little-known sultanate.

Close Encounters with the Men of the Forest – Borneo, Asia

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Suzaan Laing wished the magic of the moment could remain in the last refuge of the "men of the forest".

Book Review: cool creatures, hot planet: exploring the seven continents by Marty Essen – Around the World

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Marty Essen's seven-continent exploration to find wildlife will make you laugh, chuckle, become sad, upset and frustrated – right along with him.

Jungle Fever – Bario, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo

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A lot of thoughts go through your mind when you are lost and alone at night in the jungle highlands of Borneo. In Leif Pettersen’s case, chief among his thoughts was, “How the hell did I get lost in

Wet, Wet, Wet – Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo

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home_jan08_wet.jpgLeif Pettersen always said that it doesn’t get any more butt-crack hot and humid than a jungle island on the equator.

Longhouse on the Prairie – Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo

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home_dec08_long.jpgA hungover Leif Petter

Beware the Rice Wine – A Night Out in Kuching – Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo

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Leif Pettersen takes on a foreign drink in Borneo.

The Exotic Island Paradise – Borneo, Malaysia

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Walter Rajah’s travel suggestions appeal to all ta