Borneo exudes the feeling of a less explored destination with hidden eco treasures. The virgin and secondary forests that dotted the mainland are vitally a sanctuary for the dense wildlife populations - some endemic to Borneo. The orangutan, Borneo Pygmy Elephants, proboscis monkeys are among the welcoming faces you can see if you pay a visit to their natural habitat - yes, eco-friendly trips are available. The world's third largest island after Greenland and Papua New Guinea is no longer a mystery, but increasingly recommended by travelers as an emerging holiday destination. The island is shared by 3 countries, with the largest portion owned by Indonesia (Kalimantan) followed by Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak) and Brunei.