BIMP-EAGA offers a wide range of accommodations, from luxury resorts to budget hotels and comfortable homestays. It attracts a wide range of tourists, including nature-lovers, culture seekers, and high-end travelers.

The Bornean rainforest as the morning mist begins to dissipate.
Morning mist hovers Borneo's rainforest. Photo credit: iStock/Jason T. Mulvaney 

Natural and Cultural Attractions

BIMP-EAGA is known for its rich history, heritage, and culture. It hosts six World Heritage Sites, complemented by national heritage and cultural sites and nature parks. Other attractions include long stretches of pristine beaches and island getaways.

BIMP-EAGA offers a wide range of leisure activities including diving, trekking, mountain climbing, sailing, and golf. The cuisines distinct to the subregion are an added attraction.

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Case Studies on Sustainable Ecotourism, Agriculture, and Fisheries in BIMP-EAGA

This report compiles case studies of sustainable ecotourism, agriculture, and fishing practices in BIMP-EAGA to showcase successful ways to manage nature, culture, and heritage.

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Ecotourism Pilot Project: Mantanani Islands

This report looks at the prospects of turning the Mantanani Islands off the coast of Sabah as an island marine ecotourism site in line with BIMP-EAGA’s ecotourism strategy.

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