- 1 Can you fly direct from Borneo to Bali?
- 2 How do you get to Borneo?
- 3 How do I get from Jakarta to Borneo?
- 4 Is it worth going to Borneo?
- 5 What is the best month to visit Borneo?
- 6 How many days do you need in Borneo?
- 7 How expensive is Borneo?
- 8 Where do you fly into to see orangutans in Borneo?
- 9 Does Borneo have an airport?
- 10 How do I get from Singapore to Borneo?
- 11 Are there tigers in Borneo?
- 12 Which part of Borneo is the best?
- 13 What is Borneo known for?
Can you fly direct from Borneo to Bali?
The only airline that flies direct to Borneo from Bali, as far as I am aware, is Royal Brunei.
How do you get to Borneo?
Most travellers arrive in Borneo by air, often from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur (KL) or Jakarta. Kalimantan has ferry links to Java, Sulawesi and Sabah, and there are also ferries between Sabah and the southern Philippines, with a new ferry service due to commence to Palawan.
How do I get from Jakarta to Borneo?
There is no direct connection from Borneo to Jakarta. However, you can take the travel to Putussibau airport, fly to Soekarno–Hatta, take the walk to Jakarta Airport, take the bus to Gambir Station, take the walk to Gambir Central, then take the train to Jakarta.
Is it worth going to Borneo?
Borneo is an incredible place and I would urge anyone to visit – it’s not only home to some of the oldest rainforest and most impressive wildlife on the planet, in Malaysian Borneo you’ll find one of South East Asia’s highest mountains and some fascinating colonial and WW2 history.
What is the best month to visit Borneo?
The best time to visit Borneo is between March and October, when the island is hot, humid, and at its driest. This makes it one of Southeast Asia’s few summer destinations. It is also the best time to see orangutans in the wild, while turtles can be seen on Lankayan Island between June and September.
How many days do you need in Borneo?
The ultimate Borneo itinerary would have to be at least two to three weeks long (or as long as you can stretch it out given time and money).
How expensive is Borneo?
Borneo is one of the more expensive places to visit in South East Asia. But that’s not to say a holiday there still can’t be done on a budget. You can certainly do most things even by spending just US$40 a day, especially if you map out your adventures before you get there.
Where do you fly into to see orangutans in Borneo?
Batang Ai is the only place in Sarawak where you can see wild orangutans. It is one of the least known destinations for spotting orangutans in Malaysian Borneo. Like Deramakot it is not easy to travel to Batang Ai as an independent traveller so most people go on organised tours.
Does Borneo have an airport?
Kota Kinabalu International Airport is the busiest of all the airports in Borneo and second-busiest in Malaysia, but it operates efficiently enough.
How do I get from Singapore to Borneo?
There are 6 ways to get from Singapore Strait to Borneo by ferry or plane
- Take the ferry from Kusu Island to Marina South Pier.
- Fly from Senai (JHB) to Sibu (SBW)
- Travel from Sibu to Borneo.
Are there tigers in Borneo?
Borneo and Sumatra are the only places on Earth where tigers, rhinos, orangutans, and elephants live together. The forests are home to marvelous creatures like the proboscis monkey, sun bear, clouded leopard, and flying fox bat, and endangered animals like the Sumatran tiger, Sumatran rhino, and Bornean elephant.
Which part of Borneo is the best?
The 10 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Borneo
- Head deep in the rainforest at Danum Valley, Sabah.
- The pride of Borneo: Mount Kinabalu, Sabah.
- Borneo’ Survivor Island: Pulau Tiga, Sabah.
- A sandy retreat to Sipadan Island, Sabah.
- The most beautiful place in Borneo: Bohey Dulang, Sabah.
What is Borneo known for?
Borneo is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet, being home to an estimated 15,000 different plant species. Borneo is home to the Rafflesia Arnoldii flower; the largest flower in the world. Said flower is also known as the corpse flower as it is said to smell like rotting corpes.