- May 21, 2020
The Top 7 Wildlife in Borneo You Need to See Once It’s Good to Travel again (2020)
Borneo is blessed with diverse species of flora and fauna. Here is the top wildlife you have to see in Borneo once the COVID-19 pandemic is over!
- Amazing Borneo
- May 12, 2020
Given the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 and the recent “restricted movement order” updated by Malaysia Government on 25 March 2020, Amazing Borneo Tours has suspended our tour services during the lockdown period of 18 March to 9 June 2020.
- Apr 29, 2020
5 videos you should watch before climbing Mount Kinabalu
Here are some videos about Mount Kinabalu to get you all prepared for your climb. Check these out!
- Apr 24, 2020
Videos for what to expect for your trip to Kundasang and Ranau
If you are visiting Sabah, one of the places that you should go to is Kundasang, Ranau. Ranau is always jam-packed with both locals and tourists during holidays, which is a testament to its popularity.
- Apr 04, 2020
Places to Stay When Visiting the Kinabatangan Region of Borneo
Planning to visit the Kinabatangan River? We've got you covered! Once the Movement Restriction Order is lifted, here are some of the best lodges in Kinabatangan you can consider staying in.
- Feb 17, 2020
Hunting the world’s largest flower with Dear Alyne
Amazing Borneo has brought internet star Dear Alyne to Ranau recently to look for the world’s biggest flower—the elusive rafflesia!
- Feb 17, 2020
North Borneo Cruises hosted Sunset Cruise for Tourism Malaysia's Mega Fam Programme
Recently, we had welcomed guests from Tourism Malaysia's Mega Fam Programme onboard North Borneo Cruises to enjoy Sabah's world-famous sunset!
- Feb 05, 2020
Tourism Malaysia assures Malaysia is safe to travel amidst Wuhan coronavirus outbreak
Recently, Tourism Malaysia released a statement to reassure that the country is still very much safe to travel by tourists.
- Pei Sing
- Jan 30, 2020
Precautionary Measures & Health Safety Practices in Response to Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
Following the outbreak of the Coronavirus, most Asian countries including Malaysia are monitoring passengers’ temperatures at airport arrivals and travel advisories are issued to quarantine anyone with relevant symptoms. Our top priority is to ensure the health and safety of our guests and partners. To curb the spread of the virus, we are implementing the following precautionary measures.
- Jan 29, 2020
Malaysia suspends immigration facilities for tourists from Wuhan and Hubei
The Malaysian government has decided to temporarily halt all visa facilities for visitors from the affected areas to contain the spread of the Wuhan virus