Borneo - Malaysian

WWF Heart of Borneo conservation initiative - Information about the Heart of Borneo - 220,000 km² of upland montane tropical rainforest, where endangered species such as the orang-utan, rhinoceros and pygmy elephant cling for survival.Environmental Profile of Borneo - Background on Borneo, including natural and social history, deforestation statistics, and conservation news.

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Mark S :
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collieod :

I am going to the Orangutan sanctury in Borneo (Malaysia).. Is there anything else to do away from the lovely animals

Ness :
"there's more to borneo than just kinabalu. "
Only The Frog!! :
"where is koto kinabula? russia or california?"
Ryuzaki "L" The KiD :
"Sabah got lot of island to visit, historical museum, train such as in the cowboy movie (steam train!), mount Kinabalu and many more..."
Prince Bean :
"Sabah also pays host to a unique type of frog not found anywhere else in the world, some people they can even play Chess..."
★ ö-yaya ★ :
"sabah is a beautiful place to visit. don't forget to drop by at Danum Valley and Kundasang."
s7evens :
"It was Kota Kinabalu, go to island around sabah, such sipadan and won't regret it.."
anneliese :
"hey..its KOTA KINABALU."
kathy w :
"koto...? lol.."
Net Crawler :
"What is Koto Kinabula...? Chicken or duck..?"
kiki.lala :
"koto kinabula?? haittt!! ahahaha.."
b!daDar! :
"dat would be in sandakan,the Orang Utan sanctuary.its far away from KK city but u can take flight or bus to get there.. plse refer da web below,it may help u to find more info"
speakoutpierre :

For a stranger from America ... Would you recommend a quick trip in Borneo instead of Malaka, Kl and Cameron H.? Note: the nature is the most important then the special buildings.

The Rhino :
"if nature is more important then Borneo by far, but if its only 2 days well Malaka,KL and Cameron Highlands because Borneo has about 3 months worth of experiences there. personally Borneo beats all three of the other options by far."
fumi takeshiro :
"Absolutely Borneo wins hands down!"
Naruto :
Matilda :
"200% borneo..."
bronzedgal :
"Nature in Borneo - definitely the highlight of Borneo. It can't be done in 2 days though. Even the ascent and descent from Mount Kinabalu will take more than a 2 day-2night trip. For that alone you have to stay at least 3 nights there: 1 night upon arrival in the hill station of Kundasang (prior to ascent you stay here), the ascent the next day but you spend the night halfway - this is Day 2, Day 3 you complete the ascent to the peak and then come down, then Night 3 you return to Kota Kinabalu, Day 4 you fly off. 2 days then you are better off with Cameron Highlands, even Taman Negara National Park in Pahang will take you 3 nights at least to allow you hiking the popular trails there and visiting the caves and canopy walk there. Canopy Walk is when you cross a series of suspension bridges up in the canopy, 30 to 40 meters above ground. If you are lucky you can glimpse some gibbons, flying squirrels and unique birds. This National Park is home to the second highest mountain in Malaysia - Gunung Tahan. It may not be as high as Kinabalu but it is the most difficult to climb. You have to depart from the last village and from here to the peak then back to the village it will take you 5 days. Where there are well-carved out steps for you to walk on Kinabalu, there are only muddy and steep jungle trails in Tahan. To get to Taman Negara from KL, you have to take a 2 hour bus to Kuala Tembeling. From here it is another 2 to 2.5 hour boat ride (small dingy with one engine and no washroom) up to Kuala Tahan where almost all budget hotels are. Things here like food are abit more expensive than KL because of transportation costs. Tourists normally get from one attraction to the other by boat because some are on one side of the river but your hotel is on the other side."
"borneo... nature!!!!! borneo..........."
galOutLoud :
"borneo baby!"
lost woman :
"Cameron Highland or Bukit Tinggi"


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Dean Jakson
Date: 2008-02-04 22:54:07

Borneo is the third largest island in the world and is located off the southeast coast of Asia. The island is famous for its wildlife, jungles, national parks and Mount Kinabalu.

Date: 2008-02-04 22:54:07

Tattoos were used a lot throughout history. But, when used in the past the tattoos had special meaning. For the example, Borneo�s women have used the tattoos in order to mark their skills. They were also used as a sign that the person with a certain tattoo had some kind of disease. These tattoos were placed on the fingers and on the wrist.

Date: 2008-02-04 22:54:07

Malaysia on Tuesday launched a major development project to spur growth in its largest state, Sabah on Borneo island, which is resource-rich but lags behind the rest of the nation.

Date: 2008-02-04 22:54:07

According to a professor of National University of Singapore, there is no such race as the "Malays". If we follow the original migration of the Southern Chinese of 6,000yrs ago, they moved into Taiwan, then into the Philippines and moved into Borneo....progressed into Jawa, and Sumatera. The final migration was to the Malay peninsula...

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