I visited Malaysia in 2004 for five days, spent an afternoon in Kuala Lumpur in 2008 and a couple of nights in Taman Negara in 2010 where I finally saw a Malayan Tapir.
Sumatra and the Mentawai & Natuna Islands
I spent the last week of May 2015 in Sumatra, with Jean-Michel Bompar (in Way Kambas only) and Tomer Ben-Yehuda (in both Way Kambas and Gunung Leuser). Our trip followed on from fi
Java and Bali
Provided you can escape Jakarta’s insane traffic (it took me 2.5 hours one evening to do a journey across town that took 10 minutes coming back), it should take about 3.5 hours d
I have only spent a few days in Hong Kong. It isn’t famous for its mammals but Hong Kong Dolphin Watch run trips to see the pink race of Indo-Pacific Humpbacked Dolphin in the ha
I have been to China several times but feel I have barely scratched the surface. The country is huge, of course, and hugely diverse. My travel there, especially my 2005 expedition
I haven't been to Cambodia yet, but I've included community reports from those that have.
Bhutan, the land of the thunder dragon, is an extraordinary country. They have managed to protect their culture and their forest (some 70% of the country is still forested), and mo
Bangladesh, 2013: Cheryl Antonucci's ill-fated trip to Bangladesh, with the mammalian highlights (in between the lowlights of roadblocks and striking protesters) including Phayre's
The Oriental (South East Asian) Ecozone The Orient. Home to Tigers and Tapirs, Gibbons and gastro. And where the driving, the menus and the massage parlours are full of surprises.
I haven't been to the Maldives yet. But I want to.