Spending time in nature has long been known as one of the best ways to reinvigorate one’s spirit unlike anything else. Thanks to Malaysia being blessed with abundance of natural resources, a Malaysian holiday spent in nature is easily within reach, and one of the best places to travel to in Malaysia for such a holiday, would be a tour to the Borneo state of Sabah, where the Danum Valley Conservation Area, a virtually undisturbed rainforest in the Borneo states, lies.
The amazing Kinabalu National Park, Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, is first and foremost known for surrounding Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Southeast Asia peaked at 4,095 meters and widely regarded as a must-visit place in Sabah travels. Despite being known as a tropical rainforest, the Kinabalu National Park covering an area of 754km2 actually houses staggering varieties of flora and fauna species ranging over four climate zones. + Learn More
Tourism is one of Sabah’s most vibrant industries due to a vast number of attractions. But that also means travelling to Sabah is wonderful and can be quite a headache at the same time, as the attractions just cannot simply be squeezed into one tour to the Borneo state, even if said trip was to last for no less than a month. With that said, compromises need to be made and here are some tourist attractions in the Borneo state which, unless visited prior, must stay in a to-travel list in Sabah.