Explore the wild coastlines and exotic wildlife of Borneo on our inaugural expedition voyage from Singapore to Makassar over 14 nights onboard Coral Adventurer.
On your journey, meet the Indigenous Dayak people and see their traditional longhouses in Sarawak, encounter proboscis monkeys with their pendulous noses and the striking hornbill bird species distinguished by colourful down-curved bills. Visit with rehabilitated orangutans at Camp Leakey, an orangutan conservation centre in Tanjung Puting National Park only able to be accessed with an adventurous journey through jungle-clad waterways aboard a traditional klotok boat.
Meander through the bustling waterfront markets of Pontianak, formerly a Sultanate city and witness the floating markets of Banjarmasin, where vendors sell fresh produce from sampans. In Makassar, visit the Dutch-built Fort of Rotterdam, now a museum, where Sulawesi’s multicultural trading heart reaches as far back as the Chinese Ming Dynasty period.
Refresh yourself in between historic sights and cultural adventures with time at pristine palm-fringed beaches on little-visited Karimata and Doangdoangan Islands and snorkel over vibrantly coloured coral gardens at the Anambas Islands, known as the ‘Maldives of Indonesia’.