Nature

Sabah, Malaysia

Borneo, third largest island in the world, is home to many wonders of nature and wildlife that are endemic - occupying lowland jungle up to the highest elevations of montane forest. Sabah provides a gateway to explore these natural attractions that are fast disappearing due to habitat exploitation for oil palm estates, urban development and logging industries. Visitors can discover magnificent centuries-old trees that compose the jungle canopy; get close and personal with great apes of Borneo, the Orang Utans; explore wetland regions and mangrove swamps in search of the Proboscis Monkey on river safaris; and climb up dramatic granite slopes to the summit of Mount Kinabalu.
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Nature Destinations at Sabah
Crocker Range
National Park
Inobong
Substation
Menara
Kayangan
 
 
Klias Wetland
River Cruise
Kiansom
Waterfall
Mahua
Waterfall
Tawau Hills
National Park