While it is definitely a comfortable resort as far as the rooms go, the building itself is constructed and set up to model an Iban longhouse. The rooms are stacked side by side in a long row to replicate how traditional Iban families still live today. In addition to the activities above, you can also take a boat trip to visit one such real longhouse where dozens of Iban families bunk up community style.
Despite the modern amenities, a quick perusal of TripAdvisor will confirm that it is by no means for the non-adventurous. Nature is all around you (read: bugs) and - gasp - there's no wifi Internet.
Check out more details here. Is this the most remote Hilton in the world? Considering what it takes to get there after you fly all the way to Borneo, we're stuck coming up with another.
It might take you all day to get there, but the price will be right. Rates start at $67/night.
[Photos: Borneo Adventure]