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. Explore our subregion with ease and confidence.
Natural and Cultural Attractions
Explore tropical jungles deep in the Heart of Borneo. Dive into the waters of the Coral Triangle. They are off the beaten track, but therein lies their beauty.
6 Reasons to Visit BIMP-EAGA
With proper planning, you can visit several world-class destinations across the subregion by land, air, or sea.
Discover the Heart of Brunei
From spectacular vistas and majestic mosques to fascinating local cultures and cuisines, explore and discover the beating heart of Brunei. Visit the Brunei Tourism website to learn more.
Indonesia's Best Ever Destinations - Likupang
In North Sulawesi, Likupang offers white-sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and 25 dive spots where you can witness Indonesia's rich marine biodiversity, from sea turtles to reef sharks. A boat ride from Likupang Beach will take you to Bunaken National Marine Park, which is home to a rich coral ecosystem. Other recommended destinations and attractions are Sahaung Island, mangrove sanctuaries, and Kabasaran War Dance, which is performed by Minahasa tribes. Visit the Wonderful Indonesia website for more information.
Feel Sabah, North Borneo
Situated in northern Borneo, Sabah is richly blessed with natural attractions. It is home to the world's largest flower—the Rafflesia, one of the highest mountains in Southeast Asia—Mount Kinabalu, and one of the world's top dive sites—Sipadan Island. Other top destinations include Danum Valley Conservation Area and Tabin, Sabah's largest wildlife reserve. Visit Sabah Tourism Board website to plan your visit.
Mt. Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary
The sanctuary in Davao Oriental, Mindanao is one of only five sites that has been designated as both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an ASEAN Heritage Park. It is home to critically endangered trees, plants, and the iconic Philippine eagle and Philippine cockatoo. The park is featured in the country's Year of the Protected Areas Campaign. Learn more at the Department of Tourism website.
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.
Joint BIMP‑EAGA and IMT-GT Tourism Recovery Communications Plan and Toolkit 2022–2024
The tourism recovery communications plan aims to inform global stakeholders that the BIMP-EAGA and IMT-GT subregions are open, safe, and easy to visit.