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While mainland Malaysia tries to mimic the US at the expense of its local culture, Sarawak, on the northern coast of Borneo, retains a strong cultural identity and is home to a diverse range of indigenous ethnic groups. The island has some of the world’s richest rainforest – packed with tropical flora and fauna, including hornbills and orangutang. Trekking here is a fantastic experience and it also helps reinforce the value of the environment which is seriously threatened by logging and deforestation.

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