Is it safe to travel to Borneo right now?

SAFETY. Borneo in general is a safe destination with relatively low crime rates. Tourists should exercise the usual precautions – not walking alone at night, not leaving valuables such as cameras and smart phones on display, and using registered taxis.

Is Malaysia tourism Open?

Malaysia reopened to all international visitors on April 1, 2022. The land border Malaysia-Singapore was also reopened. Visitors will have to present a negative RT-PCR test before departure and a Rapid Antigen Test upon arrival. Quarantine will also be lifted on April 1.

Is Malaysian Borneo safe?

When Malaysia will open international flights?

Can I fly to Malaysia?

All fully vaccinated travellers can enter Malaysia without quarantining. From 1 May, a pre-departure test and a test on arrival are no longer required. You must have received your final dose 14 days before travel to be considered fully vaccinated.

Is Malaysia Open for travellers?

Malaysia has opened its shores for quarantine-free travel on 1st April 2022 to welcome fully-vaccinated international travellers.

Can tourists travel to Malaysia?

While fully vaccinated travellers can now enter Malaysia without testing or quarantine, anyone who is not fully vaccinated must take both pre-departure and on-arrival tests. They must also quarantine for 5 days upon arrival.

Can I fly without a Covid test?

All travelers arriving on international flights are required to present a negative COVID-19 test (either antigen or PCR) taken within one day prior to departure before traveling by air to the United States (including Puerto Rico as a territory) from a foreign country.

How to travel from Sabah to Borneo?

Travellers can fly into Sabah’s Kota Kinabalu, Sarawak’s Kuching and Brunei’s Bandar Seri Begawan on a direct flight. All trips to Indonesian Kalimantan as of 2018 will have a stopover somewhere in Indonesia (most likely Jakarta). Travelling to Borneo by ferry will be time-consuming, costly and inconvenient.

Why should you travel from Kuala Lumpur to Borneo?

By travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Borneo, visitors can explore rainforest ecosystems, tropical islands and see orangutans. Other natural attractions include Sarawak’s caves, some of the world’s best diving spots and Malaysia’s tallest mountain.

What is Borneo like?

Compared to Kuala Lumpur, Borneo is a nature lover’s paradise. Borneo is enormous. Three countries share the world’s third largest island. Indonesian Kalimantan covers the biggest area on the southern part. Malaysia’s Sarawak and Sabah occupy the northern third. Tiny Brunei sits between Sarawak.

Is chemoprophylaxis recommended for travel to Malaysia?

Chemoprophylaxis is recommended for travel in rural areas where mosquito-borne illnesses are present. Visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for more information about Resources for Travelers regarding specific issues in Malaysia.

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