Sarawak, Brunei, SabahBook - 2016
The third largest island in the world, Borneo screams adventure. Sarawak, dominated by the snaking Rejang river, is renowned for its headhunters' trail and Iban, Melanu and Kenyah longhouses. Neighbouring Brunei glimmers with golden-roofed mosques whose calls to prayer ring out over the country's dense and pristine rainforest, filled with proboscis monkeys and lazy pythons. The moody peak of Gunung Kinabalu, Borneo's highest mountain, offers views down through the swirling clouds to Sabah's islands. Sabah's jungle provides stunning jaunts in the Maliau Basin, home to elephants, orang-utan and the shy Sumatran rhino.
Publisher: Bath, UK, Footprint Handbooks,, 2016.
Edition: 4th edition.
Characteristics: 340 pages : illustrations (some colour), maps (some colour) ; 18 cm.