It would be very hard to not enjoy Borneo’s Bako National Park; the variety in terrain, animals and beach make it one of the most diverse national parks you can go to without spending an arm and a leg (unlike at Mulu). Although it has been open for tourism for many years, there is still a sense when trekking through some of Bako that you are traversing through the tiny slices of wilderness left ... Read more about How best to enjoy Borneo's Bako .
Afterall there aren't many places where you can go and sit and have proboscis monkeys swing past on their morning forage for food or watch wild boar snuffling around the beach at low tide for crabs. While this is a legitimate way to spend your time, it would be a shame to miss out on the walks that Bako has to offer. The walks at Bako can be quite hard, and it's really important that you wear ... Read more about Bako National Park .
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