Malaysia’s easternmost state, located in the island of Borneo. Sabah is often referred to as the “Land Below The Wind”, a phrase used by seafarers in the past to describe lands south of the typhoon belt. A very diverse land, ethnically, linguistically but also geographically and biologically. Its most prominent feature is Mount Kinabalu – at 4,095 metres is the highest mountain in Malay Archipelago. But it also contains the largest forest-covered floodplain of the region, along the Kinabatangan river. Other important wildlife regions in Sabah include Maliau Basin, Danum Valley, Tabin, Imbak Canyon and Sepilok. Beyond its coasts lie a number of islands and coral reefs, praised internationally for their beauty as a diving heaven.
|Languages||English, Malay, Tamil, Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), Chinese (Hokkien)|
|Currency||Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)|
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A unique experience from coast to rainforest to see the local fauna of Sabah