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Hello - I will be travelling to Kuala Lumpur in August with my wife and my infant daughter. I am currently looking at options to travel to Borneo. Based on my research, Sandakan seems to be our area of choice as our interests include visiting Danum Valley and Kinabatangan River as our preferred options. Spending at Turtle Island Park is also on our radar (we realize we can't do everything). We are interested in viewing the wildlife (orang-utans, monkey's ect.) and nature of Borneo. We are looking at a 3-4 day trip.

Does anyone have suggestions on tour operators or itinerary? Would it be best to book flight/hotels to Sandakan and figure things out from there? We'd prefer a small local guide as opposed to something very touristy.

Would appreciate any insight.

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