The state of Sabah makes up the northern portion of the island of Borneo and is known for its remarkable natural attractions, rich wildlife, biodiverse coral reef, and beaches fringed by clear turquoise waters.

The landscape of Sabah is characterised by lush paddy fields, dense rainforest, majestic mountains and wild mangrove coastal areas. Sabah is also home to the country’s highest peak, the 4095 metre-high Mount Kinabalu, which is popular with hikers from all over the world.

Visit the stunning beaches of northern Borneo, discover an underwater wonderland, get your adrenaline pumping on a whitewater rafting adventure, or take an evening firefly cruise.

Enjoy a wildlife safari to the Kinabatangan River, explore the pristine Danum Valley, discover spectacular caves, go birdwatching in the Tabin Reserve or get off the beaten track into the heartland of Borneo.