East Malaysia popularly known as Malaysian Borneo, Sabah, Sarawak, and Labuan is an exotic travel destination in the country. It is the third largest island in the world and holds some of the magnificent landscapes and is blessed with unseen natural beauty. This lesser-visited island offers its visitors beautiful beaches, untouched coral reefs along with other adventure activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, rock climbing, trekking and so much more. This tourist destination is a perfect holiday spot for backpackers but at the same time with all the serenity also serves as the best honeymoon destination and romantic getaway. Sarawak and Sabah both are the ideal places to let your heart and leave your hair loose. One’s trip to Malaysia couldn’t be complete without visiting the two jewels of the country which offer the blend of natural attraction and cultural heritage. Where on one hand Sabah’s tourist attractions focus on natural wildlife parks, abundant & accessible wildlife, picturesque islands, and beaches. Sarawak offers the charms of historic Kuching, fascinating caves like Gunung Mulu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the rainforest at Danum Valley, cruise the Kinabatangan River and an opportunity to relax on some of the best beaches. One can easily take our tour packages to Sabah & Sarawak and include the two beautiful destinations of Malaysia in their itinerary.

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