MALAYSIA (Borneo) Overview
TIME - Borneo is 2 hours behind Australian EST
LANGUAGE -Bahasa Malaysia and Bahasa Indonesia are the two official national languages, however, Mandarin and English are also widely spoken.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS -Passports must be valid for six months beyond the length of stay. Visas are not required for Australian passport holders who stay less than 30 days.
Formerly known as Jesselton, Kota Kinabalu is the capital city of the East Malaysian state of Sabah. As the main entry point for Borneo, Kota Kinabalu is fast becoming a major city bustling with life. However, it also offers serenity with the national park at Mt. Kinabalu and its stunning sunsets over the sea.
Mulu is home to Mulu National Park, one of the most diverse national parks in the world, featuring impressive caves, deep gorges, crystal clear rivers, limestone peaks, rainforests and an abundance of wildlife. It is an excellent park for trekking and offers numerous easy trails.
Kuching is the capital of the East Malaysian state of Sarawak; a culturally rich city boasting a long riverfront. Known as the gateway to the jungle and sea, this city has a relaxing feel, yet is still a modern and progressive city.
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