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Exodus offer a wide range of adventure, activity, wildlife and walking holidays to Malaysia. The Southeast Asian experience doesn’t come much better than Malaysia. You’re spoilt for choice for adventure holidays; paradise beaches, deep diving waters and wildlife packed jungles. It effortlessly combines ancient culture with hi-tech... Read more
Asia’s only great ape, Orang Utans live in the forests of Borneo. These fascinating orange-haired apes have suffered a dramatic decline in numbers over recent years, chiefly due to deforestation and palm oil plantations; they are protected in a number of national parks and sanctuaries. Sepilok is the largest sanctuary in the world and rehabilitates orphans and captured orang utans before releasing them back into the wild. Feeding time at Sepilok is an undoubted highlight of any trip to Malaysia.
At over 4000m, Mt Kinabalu is the highest peak in South East Asia. A well marked trail takes you up through a number of different vegetation zones; you start of in the rainforest floor, before moving into forests of chestnut and oak. As you move higher the vegetation changes again. Mists swirl all around you as you enter the cloud forest, a place dripping with orchids, pitcher plants and rhododendrons. The views at sunrise from Kinabalu are truly spectacular. Stay in a rest house before getting up early and making the final push. As the sun rises, what seems like the whole of Borneo unfolds before you, and on a clear day you can see as far as the Philippines.
A visit to Deer Cave is like stepping back into the land that time forgot. Deep in the dark mysterious forest, Deer Cave is more than a mile long and up to 700 feet high – and home to literally millions of bats. Every night there is a mass exodus of four to five million bats. As dusk descends great swarming clouds pour out of the cave on their daily forage for food. An incredible sight, great black streaks rise up from the cave like huge floating silk scarves. Deer Cave is in Mulu National Park and home to a vast cave network with incredible limestone formations and massive sink holes. If subterranean adventure is your thing then this is the ideal spot for some fantastic caving on your Malaysian adventure holiday. Alternatively, if you prefer the open air, then Mulu has one of the world’s longest tree canopy walkways. You will get to see a stunning range of rainforest animals - macaque monkeys, hornbills, flying lizards and much much more.
Our adventure holidays are designed to really get under the skin of Malaysia. For a real South East Asian insight, take your pick from a range of activity holidays to the region.
To find out more about this fascinating country see our Country Guide to Malaysia.... Show less
You may be a total beginner or an experienced cross-country skier. Many destinations offer different level weeks or multi-grade skiing on the same week. Choose from ‘Classic’ and ‘Skate’ style holidays, or even a ski marathon race for the ultimate winter challenge. See below for more grading details.
You are healthy, enjoy the outdoors and want a relaxing trip. No experience is required.
You are reasonably fit, enjoy the outdoors and are looking for some exercise. Some previous experience is preferable for activity based trips.
You are moderately fit and possess a spirit of adventure. Some previous experience is required for most activity based trips.
You are moderately fit and have an interest in remote or challenging environments. Some previous experience is required for activity based trips.
You have a good level of fitness and are looking for a physically challenging holiday. Previous experience is essential for activity based trips.