Borneo Wildlife

Borneo is one of the largest islands on earth. Weighing in at 748,168 square kilometres, it is the third largest island after Greenland and New Guinea (Australia doesn’t count—it is a Continental landmass—not technically an island). 

Sarawak Cultural Village

You’ve climbed the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, got up close and personal with Orangutans in Borneo, trekked through lush Maliau Basin and explored the epic Gua Nasib Bagus cave system—now what?

What’s a Genting Sky Way?

Have you ever had one of those dreams where you are slowly floating along, high above the world and looking down on the pretty landscape below? Well, that’s not quite a Sky Way, but the experience is similar nevertheless.

Melaka City

Melaka is a city steeped in history, from its varied colonial legacies, to its vibrant and renowned antique markets; this city offers visitors something a little different and some heavy historics.

Maliau Basin

Exploring the Lost World of the Maliau Basin

Jungle Railway

One of the best ways to experience the rural culture and jungle landscape of Malaysia is aboard the world famous Malaysia Jungle Railway.

Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre

Located on the northeastern tip of Bornean Malaysia, on the edge of the Sulu Sea, is one of the last bastions of Malaysia’s Northeast Bornean orangutan population, the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.


Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu is perhaps the most famous mountain in all of Malaysia, and while mountains may not be the first thing that you think of when you contemplate the infinite beauty of Malaysia, you might be surprised to learn that Mount Kinabalu is not only spectacularly beautiful to look at and climb, but also that it is also an environmentally fascinating part of Malaysia.

Redang Island

The largest island off Malaysia’s east coast, Redang Island is one part marine park, one part beach, and all parts beautiful. 

Gunung Mulu National Park

Gunung Mulu National Park is home to one of the longest network of caves on earth. From these enormous and sprawling cave systems comes the opportunity to experience one of the most fascinating displays of subterranean majesty on earth.

Kuala Lumpur: A Quick Guide

Kuala Lumpur is one of the most beautiful cities in SE Asia—with a combination of stunning modern architecture, cultural diversity, and timeless artefacts, Kuala Lumpur is a must for anyone planning to visit Malaysia.

Langkawi Malaysia, 11 things to do in the Langkawai Archipelago

Langkawi is an archipelago located 30km from the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia. Officially known as Langkawai the Jewel of Kedah, this archipelago is packed with fantastic landscapes, remote beaches and almost limitless areas to explore.

Malaysia's Maliau Basin Conservation Area

Team opXpeditions Malaysia treks across Malaysia's Maliau Basin Conservation Area and encounters a superhighway of termites, some beautiful jungle scenery and some challenging terrain.

Tawau Fish Market to Maliau Basin to Agathis Camp Malaysia

Team opXpeditions Malaysia departs from Tawau Fish Market to the Maliau Basin for some canopy exploration and then ends the day at Agathis Camp. 

Orangutan and Proboscis Monkey Sancutary Malaysia

Team opXpeditions Malaysia visits the Sepilok Orangutan and Proboscis Monkey Sancutary in Malaysia.

Malaysian Hot Springs, Canopy Walking and Night Creatures

Team Outpost Malaysia visits some hot springs, goes for a canopy walk and discovers some interesting animals and insects during a night walk.

Mount Kinabalu in Kinabalu Park Malaysia

Team Outpost Malaysia explores Mount Kinabalu while hiking in Kinabalu Park Malaysia and gets a tour of some beautiful flora and fauna in the park. 

Borneo: Mari Mari Cultural Village Traditions

 Team Outpost Malaysia heads off to Borneo in our third video update.

Kulala Lumpur, Petronas Towers and the Batu Caves

This is the second video update from opXpeditions Malaysia.

opXpedtions Malaysia Video Update

Our first video update from opXpeditions Malaysia!

opXpeditions Malaysia Introduction

Malaysia—culturally intoxicating, geographically stunning: from fascinating urban and ancient architecture to breathtaking wilderness and curious wildlife, Malaysia is a jewel in Asia Pacific.

People Watching

Tourist attractions show you what represents a people, but not the people themselves.

Contrasts and Co-existence

I woke up this morning sometime around 5 a.m. as the call to prayer filtered through a megaphone across the city. This sung ritual is known as the “azan” and it happens every day, five times a day.

Malaysia—jewel of Asia Pacific.

Since ancient times, adventurers, explorers and travellers have come to Malaysian shores, attracted by its diverse natural beauty and embraced by its gentle people.