Go To Sabah To Take The Best Photos

Negeri Sabah, referred to as Shazhou, formerly known as North Borneo, has the reputation of “land under the wind” and is one of the 13 states in Malaysia.


More and more people have chosen Sabah’s free travel, and then introduce some of Sabah’s attractions.

1.Kinabalu National Park: Also translated as Shenshan Park, this national park is located at the foot of Mount Kinabalu, at an altitude of 1,585 meters, which is the main starting point for the mountain peaks of God. The park covers an area of 754 square kilometers and consists of Shenshan, Tambayukon Mountain and several foothills. In 2000, Kinabalu Park was included in the World Natural Heritage Site due to its rich plant diversity, coupled with its unique geological, topographical and climatic conditions.

2.Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park: consists of five islands, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Gaya, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug, approximately 30 minutes from downtown Kota Kinabalu. It is a great place for diving enthusiasts.


3.Danum Valley: The protected area is 440 square kilometers. It has a variety of tropical flora and fauna. It is a paradise for rare Sumatran rhinos, orangutans, gibbons, elk and beautiful clouded leopards. There are approximately 270 registered birds in the area. Denin Field Research Center.

4.Pulau Sipadan: The island rises 700 meters from the sea floor and covers an area of only 12 hectares. The island’s dense jungle is home to a wide variety of sea eagle, kingfisher, sunbird, ostrich and dovetail pigeons. Tropical rare birds, as well as a variety of crustaceans such as coconut crabs, sea turtles, local poodles, peacocks and barracudas.


5.PulauPayar. This island was formed by the eruption of several mud volcanoes. The last eruption of the volcano was in 1941 and then remained relatively silent. Paya Island has lush jungles, delicate white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. The coral reefs around the island are home to a variety of fish and other marine life.

6.Layang Layang Island: Located in the northwest of Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah, its reef topography is mainly composed of hard corals. Some of the shallower corals are exposed to the sea at low tide, but most of them are five meters deep into the sea. There are 14 diving sites.



7.Gomantong Cave: 95 km from Sandakan City, in the heart of the Gomantun Rainforest Reserve. Known by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as the world’s top edible bird’s nest distribution center. Therefore, caves have also been regarded as the concentration of bird’s nest for centuries. It is worth noting that this cave is intertwined by two caves.


8.Turtle Island Park: consisting of three small islands, Pulau Selingan, Pulau Bakungan Kecil and Pulau Gulisan, located near the east coast of Sabah, at the Sulu Sea, 40 km north of Sandakan. As the most important sea turtle spawning and hatchery in Southeast Asia, she is a safe breeding paradise for endangered green turtles and crickets.