Mount Kinabalu, Sipadan Island, Danum Valley, Diving, Nature
Sabah is a Malaysian state occupying the northern part of the island of Borneo. It's famed for its 4,095m-tall Mount Kinabalu, the country’s highest peak, crowned with distinctive granite spires. Sabah is also known for its beaches, rainforest, coral reefs and abundant wildlife, much of it within parks and reserves. Offshore, the Sipadan and Mabul islands are noted diving destinations.
The Land Below The Wind – Sabah lies below the typhoon and monsoon belt and located on the fascinating island of Borneo. Sabah being the second largest state in Malaysia is connected with Sarawak, Brunei and Indonesian Kalimantan, making Borneo the third largest island in the world. The warmth and Sabahan hospitality hosted by around 32 colourful ethnic communities with unique cultures blend into Sabah’s rich nature diversity, distinct cultures, exciting adventures, exquisite beaches and mouth-watering cuisines to bring you on an unforgettable adventure.
Sabah is beatified with not just the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia; but also with one of the highest mountains in South East Asia, Mount Kinabalu; and to one of the world’s top dive sites – Sipadan Island. Sabah’s natural treasures which include the Danum Valley Conservation Area and Tabin, both world acclaimed wildlife reserves.