Malaysian Borneo, once known as North Borneo lies on the northern
tip of Borneo, the world’s third largest island. The coastline of
Sabah is fringed by the South China Sea in the west, Sulu Sea in
the northeast and Celebes Sea in the southeast. Sabah enjoys a tropical
climate all year round and sub-tropical to montane climate in the
land is blessed with diverse natural treasures from Top to Bottom.
There are over 500 species of birds, 1500 species of flowers and
plants, many of which are endemic to Sabah; not forgetting our famous
Rafflesia (world largest flower) and the canny looking Proboscis
Monkey with its bizarre long nose.
Kinabalu, probably the most famous icon of all is the highest mountain
in South East Asia. With its peak towering at 4,100 metres (13,400
ft) this magnificent mountain boasts flora and fauna life over 4
climatic zones. This is indeed a botanist’s and bird watcher’s paradise!
from topside attractions, our underwater world are wonders of pelagic
and macro marine life. This region has one of the richest bio-diversity
in marine life like nowhere else. The trio islands of Sipadan, Kapalai
and Mabul are a must-dive for many divers and underwater photographers.
Waters are teemed with swirling schools of barracudas, jacks, sharks
and turtles. Apart from all the big action, you will also find macros
like nudibranchs, mantis shrimps, frog fish, blue ribbon eels, mandarin
fish, crab-eye gobies and more…
to discover one of nature’s best kept secret. This is where Borneo