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Borneo is the third largest island in the world. Geographically located East of Singapore and South of Hong Kong. With the South China Sea attributing to it's northern shoreline.

The Borneo jungles are not only magnificently spectacular, but they are also relatively untouched. When one finds themselves amongst the many segregated worlds of lush vegetation that Borneo has to offer, one can only wonder …

"How could an exotic land that offers so many species of wild life ever go undiscovered?"

The truth is, "It does not matter how it has gone undiscovered. It matters whether it will continue to go undiscovered." Because even in a time during history (such as now) where tourism has a tendency to develop and then envelop any place of beauty, Borneo has escaped it, This is a supplementary quality that heightens Borneo's character and raw naturalness, and is something that will continue to emphasize Borneo's majestic splendour throughout the years.

This is exemplified when one considers that the world's largest and most overwhelming cave system (Mulu Caves) was only discovered by civilisation in the latter half of the twentieth century.

Borneo has a wide spectrum of culture, which does not only hold some of the richest people in the world, but it also holds some of the most diverse people, such as the thousands of different tribes that are safely hidden amongst Borneo's numerous jungles.

Although the influence of Brunei has diminished to an area of only 5,765 square kilometres, its' importance and uniqueness continues to play an essential role in Borneo's culture. Brunei's rich historical independence has not abandoned its' tradition, and so the water village of Kampung Ayer, which the western world became aware of in the fifteen hundreds, still remains the pinnacle of Brunei's cultural heart even to this day.
"This city is entirely built on foundations in the salt water," wrote Antonio Pigafetta in 1521.

Sabah occupies a vast part of Borneo, and with its' icturesque beaches, swaying palm trees, and crystal clear waters, it can certainly be referred to as a place of paradise.

With the cultural significance that Borneo has on this planet of ours, it could be seen as an impossibility to be consciously content with the fact that one had never experienced it.

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