Backpacking to Sabah Borneo? Here’s How To Save Money…

Backpacking to Sabah Borneo? Here’s How To Save Money…

Backpacking to Sabah Borneo?

Here’s How To Save Money…

05

September, 2017

“Backpacking is the art of knowing what not to take.”

– Sheridan Anderson

Travelling to Sabah Borneo is an amazing chance for you to get wild and full of adventure into the unknown. The best thing of it is, you can spot the Orangutan which can only be found in the Borneo rainforest. Unfortunately, traveling to Sabah Borneo can be very expensive compared to other countries in Southeast Asia. However, with a proper planning and a little bit of know-how, you can feel that it is easy to cut down the cost while traveling to Sabah Borneo.

Thus, the most entertaining, adventurous, and cheapest way to travel would be by backpacking. Here, we will give you some tips on how to save some of your money while traveling in Sabah Borneo.

Book flight ticket early / check public holidays in Sabah Borneo

backpacking to sabah Borneo

Book your flight ticket about 2-3 months ahead; a low cost carrier can offer a cheap rate of ticket flight and it can be very cheap if you are lucky to book your flight ticket during their promo offers. Apart from that, you need to check the public holidays in Sabah Borneo, as travelling during the public holidays in Sabah Borneo may cost more than usual.

Never go for solo trip

Backpacking to Sabah Borneo

If you are planning to venture deeper into Borneo, you will need guidance from an experienced travel agency who specializes in what you’re looking for. If you are a solo traveler, it will be slightly higher than average compared to traveling in twos or in groups. So, do consider traveling with more people for a more value for money experience.

Stay in a traveler’s lodge/ backpackers

Backpacking to Sabah Borneo

There are many traveler’s lodge/backpackers you can find especially in the Kota Kinabalu City Center – capital city of Sabah Borneo. By staying in the city center, you can just easily go around to some places in the city by foot, plus, it’s easier to ask around if you get lost. Check out Fat Rhino Hostel for a cheaper rate of accommodations in Kota Kinabalu city.

Bring your own medicine or first aid kit

Backpacking to Sabah Borneo

Consider taking the anti-malaria tablet before coming to Sabah Borneo. Apart from that, other medicines such as Charcoal or Imodium for diarrhea relief and vitamins should be brought before coming to Sabah Borneo. By doing this, it can help you to save some money for medical treatment purposes.

Consider eating in local coffee shops

Backpacking to Sabah Borneo

Eating like a local is always the best when you get the chance to taste out the delicious food from the local coffee shops. Avoid eating out at fancy restaurants every day to save some of your travel expenses. Don’t be scared to eat street food or local shops, because it is actually often the cheapest and best way to eat what locals normally eat, and you would not have a single issue from it health-wise ( unless if you can see the stall are not kept clean that well, then go find different stalls; common sense peepz! ).

Well, are you excited to visit Sabah Borneo? You can check out our Top 5 day trips in Kota Kinabalu city or Top 5 leisure activities in Sabah Borneo with an affordable pricing budget for you. Contact us for more information on traveling to Sabah Borneo. Happy Backpacking!

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Uncover The Best of Kuching, Sarawak Borneo

Uncover The Best of Kuching, Sarawak Borneo

Uncover the best of Kuching, Sarawak Borneo

05

September, 2017
Uncover the best of Kuching Sarawak Borneo

Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia and it is located on the Borneo island. Sarawak is a home for the natives tribe such as Iban, Dayak, Bidayuh, Melanau, Penan, Kedayan and Orang Ulu. Thus, making Sarawak a very multi-cultural and unique state in Malaysian Borneo. Iban, Melanau, Bidayuh, and Orang Ulu tribe are the major ethnic groups, which also include the Malay and Chinese.

The capital city of Sarawak is Kuching; the largest city in Borneo. Some locals called it their “Cat City” due to the name of “Kuching” means ‘cat’ in Malay Language – is literally due to miscommunication between Sir James Brooke, the first White Rajah, and a local man, which Sir James Brooke was asking the name of the city, but the local man answered “Kucing” because he thought Brooke was referring to a cat which happened to be passing by.

There are few places and attraction that anyone should visit in Kuching, Sarawak Borneo :

Stroll along the waterfront

Uncover the best of Kuching Sarawak Borneo

Kuching Waterfront was the first place where James Brooke landed in Sarawak Borneo because it was used to be a docking area for villagers to cross the river via a small boat. Now, the Sarawak government made a lot of effort to reconstruct the waterfront and build it to make it more attractive for locals and visitors. Thus, Kuching Waterfront is the relaxing place for you to walk at the beautifully landscaped esplanade along the Sarawak River with some eateries and entertainment area. Apart from that, you can see some of the historical buildings, an observation tower and other sculptures in the area.

Drop by to Serikin Market

Uncover the best of Kuching Sarawak Borneo

Serikin market is located at Kampung Serikin Jagoi, about an hour drive from Kuching city, which is close to the border between Sarawak and Indonesia, The Serikin market opens only during the weekend. Unlike other urban markets, the close proximity of this market makes the weekend affair special due to allowing any number of Indonesian trader to cross over with ease. You can easily find a lot of Indonesian traders operating there, selling all kinds of items such as decorative woodwork, colorful fabric, rattan handicrafts and many more. All the items are sold at a reasonable or cheap price!

A Visit to Cat Museum 

Whether you are a cat lover or not, a visit to the cat museum is a MUST when you are in Kuching city. Here in Cat museum is the ultimate collection of cat memorabilia, you can even see Hello Kitty’s collection, Garfield, and more feline collections, such as old photos, articles, paintings, posters, toys, and uncountable figurines of cats! At the cat museum, you can also see the mummified Egyptian cat and the world’s rarest cat, Bornean Bay Cat (Felis Badia), which lives in the Borneo rainforest.

Explore the Bako National Park for trekking and wildlife sightings

Bako National Park is the oldest park since 1957 and it offers the perfect introduction to Sarawak Borneo rainforest and wildlife. Although it is only a small area to explore, Bako National Park is still an attractive place with its diverse ecosystems, from mangrove swamps to rocky cliffs, then to the rainforest and beautiful sandy beaches. It is almost guaranteed to see wildlife there such as Long-Tailed Macaque Monkeys, Silver-Leaf Monkeys, wild boar, Proboscis Monkeys, and more.

Go for caving adventure at the Fairy Cave

Fairy cave is located near gold-mining settlement at the town of Bau, which is only about 45 minutes away from the Kuching city. The fairy cave holds many local legends, some folks say the cave was used as hiding places for the Japanese soldiers to avoid persecution during the war. While some locals share the story about the cave that has magical fairies protecting the orphaned children living there. Hence, the name of it.

To reach the entrance of the cave, you will need to climb up a few flight of stairs to reach. Going into the Fairy cave is certainly eerie beautiful cave, it is fairly dark but you can manage to go without a torch. Moreover, Fairy Cave also is a popular spot for rock climbing activity, it has eight separate walls with over eighty climbs in a different level of difficulties.

Quench your hunger with Sarawak Laksa & Kolo Mee

Regardless where you came from, you won’t be disappointed in tasting Sarawak’s own Laksa and Kolo Mee. Sarawak Laksa is not as tangy as Penang Laksa but has a soup base made from a paste of sambal belacan and aromatics spices. While Kolo Mee is known for its springy noodles and topped with minced pork, minced beef or seafood. Tasting both of this food in your holiday to Kuching Sarawak Borneo will always be an oh-so-sinfully-tasty reminder Kuching city when you are back to your hometown. You can read our other blog post of the foods in Kuching that you should taste it out!

Participate a jungle festival in Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF)

A yearly event at the Sarawak Cultural Village in Santubong, 45-minutes drive from Kuching city. The Rainforest World Music Festival bringing all musicians from all around the globe to perform and celebrate this musical festival. This is the time where you can see performances and workshops by world music celebrities, as well as the concert at night. If you are a music lover, come over to the festival and enjoy the weekend of traditional ethnic music surrounded by Borneo rainforest. You can also go for a self-walk at the Sarawak Cultural Village to see the amazing architectural building of the traditional houses and the lifestyle of each tribe in Sarawak Borneo. Feel free to read our blog entry as we share our first experience of going to the Rainforest World Music Festival! Read also our Newbie guide to Rainforest World Music Festival 😉

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Awe-Inspiring Photos Makes You Wanna Book A Trip To Kudat Sabah Borneo

Awe-Inspiring Photos Makes You Wanna Book A Trip To Kudat Sabah Borneo

Awe-Inspiring Photos Makes You Wanna Book A Trip To Kudat Sabah Borneo!

04

September, 2017

“Kopivosian doh Kinorikataan Di Kouu”

Is “Welcome” in Rungus language, one of the major indigenous group in Sabah Borneo. The Rungus residing primarily in northern Sabah, which is Kudat, about 3 hours drive from Kota Kinabalu city. Kudat has been known to all to be the most beautiful spots in Sabah, and all the beauty is done by the nature itself. One of the famous landmarks in Kudat will be the Tip of Borneo, used to be a watch-point for pirate invasion hundreds years ago. Tip of Borneo has the best spots to see breathtaking scenery view especially the sunsets.

Here are some awe-inspiring photos in Kudat which eventually will capture your attention to visit Kudat in your Sabah Borneo Holidays:

Tip Of Borneo

Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo
Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo
Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo

Tip of Borneo or Tanjung Simpang Mengayau means “lingering junction” as this is where the South China Sea lingers and meets the Sulu Seas flowing from the east. It is one of the famous landmark for tourist attraction. Experience the breezy wind while catch on the breathtaking views of the rocky outcrop that lace the shoreline.

Sunset

Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo
Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo
Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo

Watching sunset from the Tip Of Borneo is a MUST when you are in Kudat and trust me, you won’t be disappointed by the stunning view of the sunsets.

Kelampunian Beach

Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo
Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo
Awe Inspiring Photos of Kudat Sabah Borneo

When you are on your way to reach the Tip of Borneo, your might stare mouth agape at your first sight of the beach which stretches over 4km to the tip of Borneo.You can see the crystal-clear of the sea with the waves of South China Sea driven against the shore by the wind. A good place for you to stay away from the busy life of the city and chilling by the beach.

By looking at those pictures, does it trigger you to go for a holiday in Kudat Sabah Borneo? Then check out our 3D2N Kudat tour and book your tour with us now! See you soon! 🙂

Check out our “Top 5 day trips in Sabah Borneo” to know what other day tours that are available in Sabah Borneo.

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Going Cho-Choo With The North Borneo Railway!

Going Cho-Choo With The North Borneo Railway!

Going Cho-Choo With The North Borneo Railway!

04

September, 2017
North Borneo Railway

North Borneo Railway Old and New

When it comes to Classic Trains, Sabah Borneo has one of the oldest running steam locomotive that will take you back to the nostalgic bygone era and it is called the North Borneo Railway. Anyone who is planning to visit Sabah Borneo should mark this one on your list of things to do in Sabah Borneo.

Here’s a brief history of the steam locomotive services in Borneo, the history of the North Borneo Railway begins in 1880, when the British North Borneo Chartered Company obtained a large plot of land from the Sultan Of Brunei and the Sulu Sultanate. Tobacco was a big thing in 1880 to 1890 in Borneo. So the need for an efficient transportation to transport the goods is needed. Back in the days, the local planters travel to towns to sell their crops either by foot or animals but it usually takes a very long time as some of their farms are deep inside the tropical jungle areas, so it will take longer and more difficult to reach into town.

The British North Borneo Company soon began the ambitious railway project to link the East and West Borneo through the dense jungle, mountains, rivers, and swamplands. The cost of clearing the path was very costly even the rich British North Borneo company was having troubles with it as they were building the rail from Beaufort to Tenom, and Melalap, and the other one from Beaufort to Jesselton (now known as Kota Kinabalu).

North Borneo Railway

An old North Borneo Railway

The British soon faced a lot of problems maintaining the railway as it was constantly damaged by fallen trees and also the locals who look upon the locomotive as a man-made machine with evil spirits that disturbs the peaceful environment of the jungle surroundings. Soon, rubber became an important source of income as it was high on demand during the World War l for making car tires. After rubber, timber also became one of the most important things and the timber industry also benefited from the railroad.

North Borneo Railway

One of the important transportation during the 1880-1900 in Borneo to transport raw materials from town to town around Borneo

Ater 30 years, the Steam Powered Locomotive is replaced by petrol and diesel locomotive. The Steam Locomotive was later repaired and refurbished to a fully functioning state by the Sutera Harbour Resort together with the Sabah Tourism Association to be used as a train for tourism activities. The original Vulcan 15 Steam Locomotive that was built by the Lancashire-Based Vulcan Foundry in the United Kingdom was first brought over to Borneo by the Colonial-Administered North Borneo in 1954. And it was later decommissioned for general use around the early 1970’s by the Sabah State Railway Department. It is also the only functioning World Burning Steam Powered Locomotive in Sabah until today.

North Borneo Railway

The petrol and diesel locomotive that was used in the late 1950’s in Borneo to replace the steam powered locomotive

Today, tourist can once again experience this unique experience of boarding into a vintage style British North Borneo Era train. The train has six carriage that can accommodate up to 36 people and the carriage has a classic colonial-era bar style with an observation deck. Both the interior and exterior are fully refurbished to provide the environment of the typical train of 1900.

The exterior of the train is painted in traditional deep green and cream that was originally used by the North Borneo Railways trains. It also has the original carved brass logo of the North Borneo Railway on the train. The carved logo is a tiger holding a rail wheel standing on a royal crown. The interior is built based on a Victorian-Era setting with a little mix of local Sabahan woods to give that vintage and local touch to the train. It also has fully functioning unisex washrooms on every carriage and the windows will remain to be opened at all time for maximum comfort to all the passengers. A British Pullman carriage is used as a functional kitchen car as well as a powerful generator which provides all electricity requirements.

North Borneo Railway

The Traditional Deep Green and Cream colour that gives the train a more vintage look.

North Borneo Railway

The side view of this vintage steam powered beauty. Its an old Locomotive but it still runs like a champ even to this day.

North Borneo Railway

The carriage of the North Borneo Railway train.

Today, tourist can once again experience this unique experience of boarding into a vintage style British North Borneo Era train. The train has six carriage that can accommodate up to 36 people and the carriage has a classic colonial-era bar style with an observation deck. Both the interior and exterior are fully refurbished to provide the environment of the typical train of 1900.

The exterior of the train is painted in traditional deep green and cream that was originally used by the North Borneo Railways trains. It also has the original carved brass logo of the North Borneo Railway on the train. The carved logo is a tiger holding a rail wheel standing on a royal crown. The interior is built based on a Victorian-Era setting with a little mix of local Sabahan woods to give that vintage and local touch to the train. It also has fully functioning unisex washrooms on every carriage and the windows will remain to be opened at all time for maximum comfort to all the passengers. A British Pullman carriage is used as a functional kitchen car as well as a powerful generator which provides all electricity requirements.

North Borneo Railway
North Borneo Railway

The vintage style interiors of the train that will take you back to the 1900’s. Even the waiter and waitress is well dressed in a British North Borneo style outfit to give you that additional experience of riding in a vintage steam locomotive

North Borneo Railway

Got your tickets ready Chaps?! That British North Borneo style outfit is looking classy

The routes of this train usually start from Tanjung Aru that is not far from Kota Kinabalu city, up to the Papar district, and you can choose to go up to Beaufort or Tenom from Tanjung Aru. The train ride will transport you back to the days of the North Borneo Chartered Company and the British Colonial Office, when the colonials came down to Borneo from England to become planters and plantation owners, cutting into the wilds of the unexplored jungles in search of adventures and riches beyond their wildest imaginations.

Passengers on the North Borneo Railway can also have that similar experience of exploring and seeing parts of Sabah that is very different from any other touristy tourist spots. Along the way, the railway line is just beside by the mighty Crocker Range which is also near to the Mount Kinabalu. Passengers can see how the indigenous people of Sabah still live and also the flora and fauna along the journey, buffaloes taking a dip in mud pools, small rustic towns, water villages, rivers, paddy fields and so much more to see that will keep you wide awake and excited throughout the journey.

North Borneo Railway

Kinarut town, one of the small towns that you will be visiting along the journey. You will get to see the old buildings in the town and also the local people selling their freshly picked crops.

Passengers of the North Borneo Railway will be treated with some of the unique and interesting views of Sabah. For your breakfast, you will be treated with an assortments of Malaysian Desserts or Kuih Muih together with the famous Kopi Tenom or Sabah Tea.

North Borneo Railway

But the most unique thing about the foods in the North Borneo Railway is the lunch. On your way back you will be served with a ‘Tiffin-Style” lunch sets. A typical railway of the olden days.

North Borneo Railway

Instead of plates, your meal will be served in a metal Tiffin Box that’ll give you that unique experience from your everyday meals

North Borneo Railway

Your lunch is basically a variety of local Sabahan foods. An exotic blend of the Asian and Continental Cuisine that’ll keep your stomach full throughout the journey back to the main station

If you are planning to visit Sabah Borneo, make sure to put the North Borneo Railway on your list. An experience you won’t get anywhere else and not be missed in Borneo. Take a step back to 1900 with this train and see Sabah in a different kind of way, I’m sure it’ll be way different from any other experience that other people will get in Sabah. Choooooo Chooooooo……

For a more Historical story in Sabah Borneo, you can read our other blog post on “Atkinson Clock Tower“. Having trouble to know what to pack? Read our “5 Things traveler need not pack in Malaysian Borneo” for more travel packing tips.

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5 Things Traveler Need Not Pack to Malaysian Borneo

5 Things Traveler Need Not Pack to Malaysian Borneo

5 Things Traveler Need Not Pack to Malaysian Borneo

03
September, 2017

Discover the beauty of the sunset in Malaysian Borneo

Coming to Malaysian Borneo is one of the greatest feeling for any traveler. It just makes you want to jump right into packing whatever is deemed fit to bring. Over the excitement of traveling to Borneo, some travelers tend to forget that it’s the tropics, and weather, climate, and culture is totally different than that of other countries around the world. If this is your first time traveling to Malaysian Borneo, here are five things you need not pack with you.

1. WINTER CLOTHING

Things You Need Not Pack to Malaysian Borneo

Wear light clothes and a long pants for jungle trekking in Borneo Jungle.

Borneo is located at the center of Southeast Asia, enjoys an equatorial climate that provides high humidity. Thus, bringing winter clothing is a No-No. Lightweight natural fabrics work best and pack long pants, as well as breathable long sleeved shirts if you are going for trekking expeditions in order to avoid from becoming an insect feast. Since the weather varies in Malaysian Borneo, travelers are advised to pack light clothings as well as rain gear.

2. SMALL & VALUABLE ITEMS

Things You Need Not Pack to Malaysian Borneo

Travel with jewelry will require you to always carry along or keep in safe box.

Think twice before bringing your priceless valuables. Petty theft and crimes of opportunity are fairly common especially cities that are more touristy areas. It is advisable for travelers to tone down the bling and leave it at home. However, if travelers really need to carry something valuable along with them (such as jewelry for special events), best to keep it in a safe box or lock valuables in the luggage.

3. REVEALING ATTIRE

Things You Need Not Pack to Malaysian Borneo

Wearing revealing attires are not encouraged in Malaysian Borneo.

Like the whole of Malaysia, Borneo is engulfed in rich culture, tradition, and religion; Islam being the official religion in Malaysia. Wearing revealing attires are not encouraged as it is still quite a conservative place. But fret not, wearing shorts and tank tops are fine (depending where you are), and wearing your bikini at the islands or the beach is fine (as long as you’re not wearing it while walking down the busy roads!).

4. UNECESSARY BOOKS

Things You Need Not Pack to Malaysian Borneo

Wear light clothes and long pants for jungle trekking in Borneo Jungle

I love bringing a book when traveling, just to catch up on my readings (I’m on holiday aren’t I?). But when traveling light, do travel light and not pack those gigantic / heavy books with you! They can wait in your humble abode until you get back to tear your nose into each pages! Also, you can easily purchase e-books online and read it anywhere in your own convenience, great way to save on unnecessary weight load.

5. BULKY ELECTRONIC DEVICE

Things You Need Not Pack to Malaysian Borneo

Bring only necessary electronic devices for traveling

Traveling for a long time would mean bringing most of your work electronics with you. I learned it the hard way, and most times, I end up having a back ache lugging around my electronics. Thanks to high tech mobile phones these days, you can easily download relevant apps to do your work straight from your mobile! If you really need to bring a laptop to catch up on emails or do designing work, get a lightweight portable laptop which is easily carried around.

Still, want to know more on travel tips in Malaysian Borneo? Just drop us an email at info@toppeaktravel.com.

Here at Top Peak Travel Borneo, we provide you a Free Downloadable Travel Packing List for travelers who planned to travel to Malaysian Borneo. Don’t miss this out! Check out our other blog entry on the Hidden Gems in Sabah Malaysian Borneo! 

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Proboscis Monkey of Borneo!

Proboscis Monkey of Borneo!

Proboscis Monkey of Borneo!

03

September, 2017

The handsome looking Proboscis Monkey of Borneo. They can be found mostly in the mangrove rivers of Borneo

Even the scientific name of this monkey is also very interesting and catchy. Nasalis Larvatus is their scientific name. Locals in Kalimantan, Indonesia, call it Monyet Belanda, which in English means Dutch Monkey due to its unique features of big and long hanging nose, and white fur, giving it a very unique physicality compared to other monkeys in Borneo.

The description for the Proboscis Monkey is it has a long nose and it has is a very distinct feature that separates it from all other species. In fact, when people first noticed it they didn’t even think it was a monkey due to its physicality. The males have a nose that is even larger than that of the females. It is believed that a larger nose attracts the female. The nose can be up to 10CM(4 inch) long. The males can be up to 21.2KG with the females is about 10KG. This difference is larger than with any other primates in terms of their size. They have a reddish brown coloring and the limbs are gray in color. These Monkeys have a very large stomach too.

The Proboscis Monkey can be found only on the Island of Borneo, making them endemic to Borneo Island. They live in the lower elevations of the forests and around the swamplands. They are mostly found living around Mangroves. The famous place for you to spot the Proboscis Monkey in Sabah is in Beaufort and Sandakan area. There are several places for you to have the opportunity to see these wonderful creatures which are, Klias River, Weston River, Labuk Bay, to name a few. Not only will you be able to see this majestic beauty, but you will also get the chance to see other types of monkeys such as the Silvered Leaf Langur that shares the same habitat with the Proboscis Monkey, and also the Firefly or Firebug and many more. If you are lucky you can even see the Estuary Crocodiles, Wild River Otter, various types of birds, and many more as the swamplands are filled with many types of flora and fauna.

A Male Proboscis Monkey with its Long Nose and Large Stomach

The Proboscis Monkey has a unique behavior if compared to any other types of monkeys. Their warning call is very loud and this is because of their big nose that they can produce a louder voice. Usually, a single male Proboscis monkey lives with a big group of females and they do not live with the same group for long. For the male Proboscis monkey, they will move from one group to another group frequently. One of the coolest thing about the Proboscis Monkey is their capability to swim in deep waters and that makes them able to swim from island to island.

Their uniqueness doesn’t just end there as they also have a very interesting digestive system and they can only eat certain types of foods. The Proboscis Monkey has 4 chambers in their stomach, it is actually a Folivore and Frugivore, which means that they are a leaf eating monkey but sometimes they will also eat ripe fruits, flowers and also insects. Their preferred food is young leaves and shoots of the mangrove. Another interesting fact about the Proboscis Monkey is that they are a seasonal eater as they will usually eat fruits from January to May and usually leaves from June to December. The Proboscis monkey consumes about 55 different plant species and prefers young leaves just starting to grow instead of the mature leaves.

If you are heading down to Borneo, make sure you do not miss to catch a glimpse of the Proboscis Monkeys. It’ll be good to see them with your own eyes and to experience it for yourself. If you are planning to see this elusive monkey I will suggest that you go to the Weston river as it is only about two and a half hours from Kota Kinabalu city and the river has a healthy population of Proboscis Monkeys and they can be easily seen just around the mangrove trees in big groups.

The beautiful wide Weston River that is full of life

Keep your eyes peeled for this Good Looking Monkey around the Mangrove Area as they can be normally seen around trees eating leaves or just Chilling Out…

If you are looking for a chance to experience the Proboscis Monkey River Cruise, you can read up one of our blog post entry on “WESTON RIVER CRUISE TOUR” or maybe you are looking for a day trips in Sabah? Then, read our “Top 5 Day Trips in Sabah Borneo“.

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