The village you will be ushered to the warmth of different home of the ethnicity of Sabah. Each homes of was built by descendant the tribes they represent and offer you a truly genuine experience seeing everything in and around the village lends to its magical prowess of taking you back in time. Not only does this village portray these tribes through the architectural genius of their traditional.
The Kiulu River white water rafting is a trip that suits those seeking a moderately adventurous and relaxing trip.
The furthest rafting distance is 15 kilometers when the water level is high, and 7 kilometers of excursions at normal water level. The grade is between 1 to 2.
Go down south by train to the Padas River and enjoy the adrenaline rush along the strong wave of the river, through the pristine jungle of Crocker Range.
Kinabalu Park, the entrance to Mount Kinabalu, is located at 1,585 metres above sea level and is the main starting point for the summit trail that leads to the top of Mount Kinabalu. It covers an area of 754sq km and is made up of Mount Kinabalu, Mount Tambayukon and the foothills.
The mountains have a fascinating geological history, taking 'just' a million years to form. The mighty Mount Kinabalu is actually a granite massif that was later thrust upwards through the crust of the surface.
Desa Cattle Farm producing about 900,00 litres of milk per year. The farm is 199 hectars and most of the milking cows are Friesians, the highest milk producers of all cattle breeds.
It is an ideal destination for the whole family, where there are activities such as feeding the calves with bottled milk, feeding goats with grass, how milk is processed as well as the milking process are available for all.
Take boat ride towards to the Manukan Island for fish watching. Noon time, transfer to Sapi Island and BBQ lunch will be serving at beach side.
Manukan Island (Pulau Manukan) is the second largest island in the Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, Malaysia’s first marine national park.
Pulau Sapi is the second smallest island in the marine park, located across a calm 100 meter inlet at its western section from Pulau Gaya.
Mantanani Islands are a group of three isolated islands located northwest of Kota Belud, about an hour’s drive from the state capital of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu.
One never completely leaves the island. Its distinctive combination of serenity and calmness, and the chance it offers to come upon nature in all her majestic, untamed splendor is something to treasure forever.
Situated 35 miles (56 km) North-West of Kota Kinabalu,it’s a remote tropical island paradise surrounded with white sandy beaches and crystal blue waters. It is a destination for those who want to relax in total tranquility and appreciates seafood. The waters off Mengalum known for its rich and diverse marine life is a renown deep sea fishing ground and a fishing location for the annual Sabah International Fishing Tournament, an off-shore fishing competition that promotes the sport and also aims to encourage conservation of marine resources.
Make your way to the district of Kuala Penyu and hop on a boat to Pulau Tiga! The island’s claim to fame is none other than being the first ever ‘secret’ location for the hit reality series, ‘Survivor’. Hence, many refer to Pulau Tiga as Survivor Island. Located just 10km off shore on the West Coast of Sabah, you can enjoy a day trip to the island but many recommend spending at least a night or two.
Weston, it could easily be listed as one of the time warp towns. Pre-war beauties; a row of old shops, a jetty which is 100 years old, the oldest wooden school in Borneo makes Weston one of its kind.
Weston offers a wide array of wildlife such as proboscis monkey, silvered langur, birds, snakes and many more. It also has various aquatic wildlife such as mudskippers, otters, crocodiles and river prawns. It is almost effortless to spot a proboscis monkey while on the river cruise.
Located on the Klias Peninsula is the Klias Wetland, a Mangrove Forest Reserve. With the bizarre-looking proboscis monkey gaining as much popularity with the tourists as the orang utan, the Klias Wetland with its large proboscis population is fast becoming the latest ecotourism destination in Sabah.