Where to go in Sabah
List of regions
Kinabatangan, Sabah's longest river, is another good place to see some of Borneo's incredible wildlife.
A startling diversity of tropical flora and fauna can be seen within the Danum Valley, one of the most important and best-protected expanses of pristine lowland forest in South East Asia.
Home to the well-known Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary, this is a great place to see orangutans up close.
Situated in a bay in the Sulu Sea on the north-east coast of Sabah and newly rebuilt after suffering extensive war damage, Sandakan is Malaysia's biggest fishing port - a bustle of markets selling sarongs, spices and rice cakes, together with hotels and businesses catering for the mix of Malays, Fi…
There are some wonderful jungle trails around Mount Kinabalu in Kinabalu Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where the biodiversity features more than 1,000 species of orchid and representatives of around half the families of flowering plants in the world.