I've visited Malaysia on a short journey after a business trip to Singapore in 2011. I was on Borneo, around the southern part and there in the National Park Bako with the Proboscis monkeys and Crab-eating macaque and two more nights in the relatively unknown, hilly Kubah National Park. I spent the nights in a hut, prepared my own food, and boiled the drinking water. It had no infrastructure. The biggest fight in the morning were the ants, which felt very comfortable in the whole hut, and in the evenings, I wanted to be back from the hikes in the jungle before dusk, as I was warned by the park ranger of the snakes expressly. If I had been bitten, no one could have found me in a useful time.