One Hundred and fifteen degrees east of Greenwich, lying on the equator lies the modern and multi-cultured Island of Borneo. Comprising of the Sultanate of Brunei, the ethnic Water villages populated by local fishermen and friendly tribal communities, living harmoniously next to and within the tropical rainforest.
A former British colony for 115 years with a brief occupation by the Japanese in the 2nd World War. Gaining Independence on the 16th of September 1963 and becoming Part Malyasian and part of Indonesia. Conveniently located and within 2 hours flight from Singapore, Manilla or Hong Kong, makes Borneo an easy place to visit.
Famed for its fresh exotic colonial and Asian seafood, the endless beaches of White Sand, the hospitality of the local people, make Borneo an excellent tourist attraction. Along with World Class Diving, Rafting and Outdoor Trekking and Aventures in the Widerness, with all that nature has to offer at one of the richest places on Earth, make Borneo the Paradise of the Tropics.