Southeast Asia

17. July 2013
Little Pig Monkey

At Kinabatangan Jungle River

Finally it went again into the wilderness, the largest river of the Malaysian state of Sabah on Borneo, the Kinabatangan. We flew from Kota Kinabalu to Sandakan and were there by a […]

11. July 2013
City View

Kota Kinabalu

Unsere Fähre comb nachmittags am Hafen von Kota Kinabalu an. Since many guesthouses were already booked the backpacker district, we checked in “1 City Hotel” and fell in the early evening […]

9. July 2013
“omar Ali Saifuddien” Moschee Bei Nacht

Bandar Seri Begawan – the capital of Brunei

The next country of our tour was Brunei. Brunei is a small Sultan country between the Malaysian states of Sarawak and Sabah on the northern coast of Borneo. An hour late […]

5. July 2013
In Der Deer Cave

The Mulu National Park

The Mulu National Park was declared in 2000 a UNESCO World Heritage Site and covers an area of ​​530qkm. Named after Mount Mulu, the park is mainly famous for its […]

1. July 2013
Der Erste Ölbohrturm Malaysias “the Grand Old Lady”

Miri – Center of the Malaysian oil industry

By air, it went today from Kuching to Miri. The only newly opened Guesthouse MyHomestay we moved into a cozy room, which for the next 4 days our home […]

25. June 2013
Big orangutan male

In Borneo – In the cat city Kuching

So far we are always by bus, Car or boat traveled through Southeast Asia, but this time we had to get on the plane. The island of Borneo was our next destination and after 2 […]

16. June 2013
Petronas Twin Towers

Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia's capital

In Kuala Lumpur we expected the opposite of peace and nature that we had in Taman Negara. With 1,4 million inhabitants is “KL” Malaysia's capital. Even from the bus […]

13. June 2013
Path In The Tree Canopy

Taman Negara – Malaysia's first national park

Our base for exploring the rainforest “Taman Negara” was the small, sleepy village of Kuala Tahan. 6h bus ride should be between the Perhentian Islands and Kuala Tahan according to the Busticketverkäuferin. […]

7. June 2013
clown fish

Perhentian Islands

The Perhentian Islands are located off the east coast of Malaysia in the South China Sea. The islands are covered by jungle and surrounded by coves and white sand beaches. There are no roads. Beliebt […]

4. June 2013
Tea plantation

Tea plantations & Mossy Forest in the Cameron Highlands

Die Cameron Highlands, a mountain at 1500m altitude, are known for its tea plantations, the picturesque stretch over the hills. Die Temperaturen liegen hier um die 20 Grad und waren […]

29. May 2013
Blick Vom Penang Hill Auf George Town

“Pearl of the Orients” – The island of Penang, on the west coast of Malaysia

Penang is our first stop in Malaysia and Malaysia is the first Muslim country on our trip. From Railay Beach it first went by boat to Krabi and from […]

Flagge Thailand

Laa goon Thailand! – Goodbye Thailand!

The “Land of Smiles” makes its name. Especially in the north and north-east we had the impression, that us locals always very friendly and with a smile […]

24. May 2013
Am Phra Nang Beach

Railay Beach – Surrounded by towering limestone cliffs

The night ferry from Koh Tao to Surat Thani was like a hostel with a giant dormitory. Approximately 40 bunk beds stood in a large room and we could well until the arrival […]

11. May 2013
Abtauchen

Diving on Koh Tao

After 7h bus to Chumphon and another 2 hours on a catamaran we finally arrived at Koh Tao. Koh Tao is an island off the southeast coast of Thailand. The name […]

6. May 2013
Rush Hour In Bangkok

Back in Bangkok

After 109 days of travel for us there was a reunion with Bangkok. Here we put on the path of Cambodia in the south of Thailand for a few days for an overnight stay. […]