Borneo (Lonely Planet Guide)

Borneo Lonely Planet Guide Wild orangutans swing through jungle canopies Irrawaddy dolphins play in the shimmering waters of the South China Sea and saltwater crocs watch boats gliding down the river in search of Dayak longhou

  • Title: Borneo (Lonely Planet Guide)
  • Author: Daniel Robinson Lonely Planet
  • ISBN: 9781741792157
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wild orangutans swing through jungle canopies, Irrawaddy dolphins play in the shimmering waters of the South China Sea and saltwater crocs watch boats gliding down the river in search of Dayak longhouses Daniel Robinson, Lonely Planet Writer Our Promise You can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every editiWild orangutans swing through jungle canopies, Irrawaddy dolphins play in the shimmering waters of the South China Sea and saltwater crocs watch boats gliding down the river in search of Dayak longhouses Daniel Robinson, Lonely Planet Writer Our Promise You can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about, each and every edition We never accept freebies for positive coverage, and you can rely on us to tell it like we see it Inside This Book 54 maps427,500km of jungle adventures25 spectacular dive sites112 days of on the ground researchIn depth backgroundClear, easy to use mapsAdventure Borneo planning featureAt a glance practical infoComprehensive planning toolsEasy to read layout

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    1. Borneo is the third biggest island in the world. Diverse in flora and fauna, inhabited by indigenous peoples who have inhabited the island for over 40,000 years as well as by more recent migrants there is something in Borneo for everyone.This compact book contains information about the history of Borneo, its geography and its cultural traditions. But wait: Borneo is not a homogeneous whole. It consists of the Indonesian State of Kalimantan, the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak and the tiny [...]

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