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SABAH
Sabah (Borneo is the third largest island in the world (after Greenland & New Guinea) and consists of 3 different countries - Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak & Labuan), Indonesia (Kalimantan) and the Sultanate of Brunei. The island is bounded on the east by the Sulu and Celebes Sea, on the west and north by the South China Sea and on the south by the Java Sea.

Sabah Highlight

Mount Kinabalu National Park - The Park covers an area of 754 sq km and includes the highest mountain in South East Asia.most of people visit the Park to climb Mount Kinabalu (4095 metres), to walk the nature trails in the ParkHeadquarters area, to swim in the therapeutic open-air baths of the Poring Hot Springs, or take the Canopy Walkway.

Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centres - The world’s largest orang utan rehabilitation cent re i s located on the out skirts of Sandakan. More than 4,500 acres of virgin rainforest have been set aside here as a forest reserve and rehabilitation centre for orang utans, which have been rescued from captivity or abandoned by their mothers.

Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park - This unique park comprising five idyllic islands (Manukan, Mamutik, Sapi, Sulug and Gaya) is only 20 minutes from Kota Kinabalu by speedboat.

North Borneo Historic Railway - You can relive the British colonial experience in Borneo and the romance of the steam train era, by taking a trip on the beautifully restored North Borneo Railway.

Kota Belud Sunday Market - The small village of Kota Belud (located 2 hours drive from Kota Kinabalu) is the home of a traditional Sunday open-air market or “Tamu”.

Rafflesia Forest Reserve - This area, located not far from Kota Kinabalu in the northern section of the Crocker Range National Park, has the largest concentration of the giant rafflesia flower

Tenom Agricultural Park and Gardens -* is an expansive complex highlighting native and introduced species of plants that are of agricultural and ornamental value. Of significant interest are the native Borneo orchid collection, the living crop garden and ornamental gardens.

Kudat - The Kudat Peninsula lies on the northern tip of Sabah and is the home of the Rungus tribe. The Rungus still maintain a strong traditional lifestyle where many families continue to live in longhouses and observe ageold customs.

Turtle Islands National Park - This park consists of three small islands, located in the Sulu Sea about 40 km northwest of Sandakan.

Sipadan Island - Diving enthusiasts from all over the world are drawn to this oceanic island gem, located off south-east coast of Sabah. The geographic position of Sipadan puts it in the centre of the richest marine habitat in the world.

Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary & Gomantong Caves*- is the largest forest covered alluvial floodplain in Sabah. Various species of wildlife are to be found here, although the animal most closely associated with the area is the rather strange looking proboscis monkey.

Historic Kuching - the capital of Sarawak, is the only large city in Malaysian Borneo to have escaped the devastating bombing of World War 11. A visit to Kuching is like taking “a journey back in time”. Kuching has Borneo’s best-preserved 19th century buildings, constructed during the rule of Charles Brooke, the second White Rajah of Sarawak. Row upon row of 19th century Chinese shophouses are a major feature of the downtown area.

Sarawak Cultural Village - is possibly the finest “living museum” in South East Asia. Seven traditional houses are scattered over a beautiful 17 acre site at the foot of Mount Santubong.

Bako National Park - is one of the best places in Borneo for wildlife experiences. With its rainforest, abundant wildlife, interesting plants, secluded beaches and trekking trails, Bako National Park offers visitors an excellent introduction to the rainforests of Borneo.

Gunung Gading National Park - is Sarawak’s main conservation area for the rafflesia, the world’s largest flower, which can grow up to one metre in diameter.

Labuan - The duty free status of the island of Labuan makes it ideal for shopping. Labuan is also a place of major historical importance. The War Cemetery is the resting place of the many allied servicemen who died in Borneo during World War 2.

Brunei City - Brunei’s capital city, Bandar Seri Begawan has some of South East Asia’s most beautiful buildings, built with money from the country’s rich oil reserves.

Brunei Water Village - which is home to some 30,000 people. The village, which early Europeans named the “Venice of the East”, is a living museum of a lifestyle that goes back hundreds of years.

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