Rainforest Canopy Walkway, Borneo – The Amazing Canopy Walkway

The Rainforest canopy walkway is a tree top canopy walkway. This walk way is set in Borneo which is the third largest island in the world and is located north of Australia. It is one of the most spectacular walkway in Saba and has multiple viewing platforms. This unique walkway can be experienced in The Danum Valley and its spectacular lush rainforests.

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Canopy Walkway, Borneo

Thick rainforest, Borneo

Walkway through the Rainforest, Borneo

Viewing Platform on the Canopy Walkway

Very tall trees are the support system in the Canopy Walkway

Narrow suspended bridge

Landings on the Canopy Walkway, Borneo

Glance of the entire Walkway

Ariel view of the Canopy Walkway

Connecting platforms of the Walkway, Borneo

Main attraction of this walkway
•    It is the world’s longest Canopy Skywalk
•    This walkway has a circular route
•    It is suspended between 15 trees
•    Has a separate exit tower
•    Has separate platforms at each of the 15 trees
•    Extends about 480-metres in length
•    It is the longest tree-based canopy walk
•    The walkway is suspended at 20-metres above the forest floor
•    It was built by local communities with advice from experts on design and structure
•    It beautifully winds among the lush treetops and tranquil river running below it

Things to consider before a visit
•    Visitors are suggested to carry their own food and drinks
•    Wear good shoes for walking and climbing the trails
•    Carry lots of water
•    Tropical weather

Things to do
•    Bird watching
•    Photography
•    Trekking

Accommodation option in Borneo
•    Abai Jungle Lodge
•    Borneo Rainforest Lodge
•    Kinabatangan Riverside Lodge
•    Lankayan Island Resort
•    Lemanak Longhouse
•    Sepilok Nature Resort
•    Shanri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort
•    The Reef Dive Resort

Place to visit in Borneo
•    Bako National Park
•    Batang Ai
•    Kinabatangan River
•    Kota Kinabalu
•    Kuching
•    Mount Kinabalu
•    Mulu National Park
•    Sepilok
•    Sipadan, Mabul and Kapalai Islands

Author:

Sanika is a travel writer since 3 years and has an IATA degree in Travel and Tourism. She loves to travel the world and visit places which no one has seen or experienced. She loves to write on hotels and restaurants which serve scrumptious yet unique food. Overall a avid traveler and a complete foodie.

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