Cat City Holidays
3D2N Birding for Black Oriole ~ Paya Maga Highlands
From RM 3690
Terms and Conditions
: 02 nights accommodation at Paya Maga Jungle camp. (Tent, rubber mat & sleeping bag is provided)
: Meals & land transfer as stated as the itinerary & Porters
: Birding at Paya Maga with experience English speaking Bird Guide.
: Airfare, Airport Tax, Meals not stated, Optional Tour, Travel Insurance & Personal MISC Expenses.
: Rates quoted are based on 2 Adults and above per person.
: Rates subject to change without prior notice.
Items to bring :Camera, Binoculars, Head lamp/Torchlight. (LED)
:Toiletries, bath towel / sarong, toilet paper.
:Windbreaker & raincoat.
:At least one days drinking water for yourself on the first day of hike.
:Flat shoes with good gripping-soles & a pair of slippers.
:Sun protection (appropriate clothing, hat, sunscreen) for the logging road. (open exposed under sun)
:Basic First Aids, personal medication and water purification tablets.
:Air pillow for more comfortable sleep.
:Energy snacks to nibble along the way between meals.
:Insect repellent.
: Every person participates in any tour or holiday organized by the company shall be regarded in every respect as carrying his / her own risk with respect to loss or injury to person or property. The company does not accept responsibility for losses or expenses due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes, war, quarantine or other travelers.
: Until 31st December 2017.
: Testimonial from Mr.Tony Sawbridge(
My wife and I travelled to Sarawak with the intention of visiting Paya Maga as this is, at present, the only known site to see the very rare Black Oriole. We arranged our trip through Cat City Holidays of Kuching and had Yeo Siew Teck as our guide. We had a very good time and the company arranged everything. We saw and photographed the Black Oriole as well as a number of other birds endemic to Borneo, that are hard to see elsewhere. The pictures appearing on the web site of the Guardian newspaper. The forest is excellent and provides good birding, which, along with the preservation of the forest, should be encouraged. I would recommend this trip as a birding package.