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    Sabah is a realm that boasts impressive natural attractions. The Land beneath the Wind is home to a plethora of rare wildlife as well as Mt. Kinabalu, one of South-East Asia’s highest peaks. Whether you choose to watch the sunrise from the apex of Mt. Kinabalu, immerse in the waters of the Poring Hot Springs or go river rafting on the Kiulu River, your trip is sure to be an enjoyable one.

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    Full Day Kinabalu Park & Poring Hot Spring Kota Kinabalu Tour Duration: 10 Hours

    The Poring Hot Springs – situated in the Kinabalu Park’s lowland rainforest – is a popular recreation and tourist complex. A well-known stopover for Mount Kinabalu – one of South-East Asia’s highest peaks – raiders, the springs are known for their therapeutic properties. The waters, with their sulphuric minerals, are alleged to alleviate sore muscles; the Full Day Kinabalu Park & Poring Hot Springs tour takes you on a trek across the Crocker Range; soak in the springs and later stroll across the 41-metre high canopy walkway under the shade of the Menggaris tree. Read More...

    Known as the 'Land Below the Wind' because it lies just south of the typhoon belt, Sabah is a slice of Borneo heaven with sweltering jungles, tea-brown rivers and soaring Mount Kinabalu. You’ve not really experienced Borneo until you’ve trekked across the Crocker Range, visited the orang-utans and explored the elaborate and exotic ecology this side of Borneo’s shores. The Bilit Safari Trails Sandakan three-day two-night tour takes you on a journey to explore the Gomantong Caves and Sungai Kinabatangan. You’ll be free to explore the bionetwork of the surrounding area over the course of the two-day tour. Read More...

    Take a trip to the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, just 15 minutes away by boat from Kota Kinabalu city. Gaya Island and Sapi Island are two of the five spectacular islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park – with Gaya Island being the biggest - beckoning visitors with an idyllic concoction of sun, sand and sea. Read More...

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    Kota Kinabalu Venture City Tours Kota Kinabalu Tour Duration: 3 hours

    Kota Kinabalu, Sabah’s capital and the East Coast’s largest city, may not boast the typical Borneo characteristics that most people would expect. There’s no cornucopia of steamy jungles and seaside shanties, yet the city has a certain charm with its colonial-era architecture plus it features a fair share of tourist attractions. The Kota Kinabalu Venture Tour brings you on an excursion to visit some of its best-known sightseeing sites including a trip to the University Malaysia Sabah, the Sabah Museum, the Sabah State & City Mosque, Signal Hill and the 30-storey Wisma Tun Mustapha. Read More...

    With crystal-clear waters and a colourful marine life, this island is an excellent venue for all kinds of water sports. The whole day is yours to enjoy at your leisure, whichever way you prefer - either picnicking, snorkelling, scuba diving or just relaxing on the beach. Read More...

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    Kota Kinabalu Glitter with Cultural Dance Kota Kinabalu Tour Duration: 4 hours

    Sitting on reclaimed land down the coast, Sabah’s capital, Kota Kinabalu, is not the typical Borneo town than one might expect. The city’s infrastructure is a jumble of historic colonial buildings alongside high rises. The Kota Kinabalu Glitter with Cultural Dance Tour is a good way to experience KK’s numerous night-time offerings; start out with a visit to a traditional pasar malam, then head on over to Signal Hill to watch the sun set on the city. Later, enjoy a seafood dinner and be entertained by a lively cultural performance and afterwards explore the city’s attractions at your leisure. Read More...

    Sightings of orang utans in the wild are rare, due to their gentle and shy nature. Over the years, they have become an endangered species due to hunting and logging activities. It is with this realisation that the Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary was erected, where young, orphaned and captured orang utans are rehabilitated before being released back into the wilds. Read More...

    Some people may say that Mount Kinabalu – one of Southeast Asia’s highest peaks – may not be an easy climb, yet there are others who say that the journey as well as the views from the apex are immeasurably rewarding. For those who relish gravity-defying challenges, the Mount Kinabalu Summit Climb is a gratifying experience that will allow you to truly appreciate Borneo’s lushness and beauty. Sate your adrenaline craving with a two-day, one-night excursion across the Crocker Range to the pinnacle of Mount Kinabalu; this adventure expedition wraps up with a visit to the Poring Hot Springs. Read More...

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    4 Days 3 Nights Kota Kinabalu Delight Kota Kinabalu 4 Days 3 Nights

    One of the main reasons people travel to this part of Borneo Island is to scale the 4101m Mount Kinabalu which is located within the Kinabalu National Park. Sabah is also known for its inimitable diving opportunities – Sapi Island, standing in the relative shadow of the nearby Pulau Gaya, offers good snorkelling opportunities with decent coral gardens and attractive beaches. Read More...

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    3 Days 2 Nights Wildlife Discovery Sandakan 3 Days 2 Nights

    Described by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as ‘the best-managed edible bird’s nest cave in the world’, Gomantong Caves are a group of limestone caves situated at Gomantong Hill. Well-known for its highly-prized birds’ nests, the caves mainly consists of major two caves – Simud Hitam (Black Cave), where the less expensive ‘black’ nests can be found, which soars up to 90 metres high, and Simud Putih (White Cave), where the more expensive ‘white’ nests can be found. Read More...

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