Coastal Cambodia, Cambodia
Tucked into a bend of the Tatai River among the jungle-clad Cardamom Mountains, 4 Rivers Koh Kong Floating Lodge is a stylish eco-resort offering a unique chance to see wildlife, trek and relax among the undisturbed rainforests of southwestern Cambodia.
Danum Valley, Sabah
Located in Sabah’s renowned Danum Valley, Borneo Rainforest Lodge is one of Borneo’s most sought after lodges, offering both comfort and a rich wildlife experience amongst 43,800 hectares of untouched rainforest.
Taman Negara, Malaysia
Located on the edge of one of the world’s oldest rainforests, the Mutiara Resort provides a comfortable base from which to explore incredible Taman Negara National Park, a must for wildlife enthusiasts and adventurous travellers visiting Malaysia.
Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Sabah
Set on a river in Malaysia’s largest wildlife reserve, Tabin Wildlife Resort is a simple but comfortable jungle lodge, offering superb opportunities to see some of Asia’s rarest wildlife including pygmy elephants, orangutan and the Sumatran rhinoceros.
Ideal for those wanting to experience the Borneo rainforest without sacrificing too many creature comforts, The Aiman Batang Ai offers jungle relaxation and a chance to dip your toe into the amazing culture of the Iban tribes.
Siem Reap, Cambodia
A unique way to see the historic temples of Cambodia away from the crowds, private Temple Safaris are perfect for those seeking an authentic experience whilst camping under the stars close to the temples in the Cambodian countryside.
Kinabatangan River, Sabah
Superbly located at the heart of a river delta in Sabah, Kinabatangan Riverside Lodge is a secluded eco-lodge of simple charm that gives you unrivalled access on foot and by water to one of Asia’s most spectacular wildlife concentrations.
Kota Kinababalu, Sabah
Situated between four hundred acres of lush tropical rainforest and the clear blue waters of the South China Sea, the Shangri-La Rasa Ria wonderfully relaxed family-friendly beach resort with a luxurious spa and fantastic facilities.
A short walk from Borneo’s world-famous Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, Sepilok Nature Resort is a simple yet charming resort that works equally well for couples and families, particularly suited for those looking to spot wild orangutans.
Set amongst landscaped gardens on the banks of the Irrawaddy River, the Thiripyitsaya Sanctuary Resort is a quiet and tasteful retreat that makes an excellent base for exploring the breath-taking ancient temples of Bagan.