Sabah the ‘land below the wind’ is located on the island of Borneo, alongside Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan in Indonesia. Surrounded by the South China Sea in the west, Sulu Sea in the northeast and Celebes Sea in the southeast, making it a place bountifully blessed with gorgeous beaches, diverse marine life and fresh and cheap seafood!
Sabah is perhaps best known as home to the iconic Mount Kinabalu—the highest peak in Southeast Asia. Sabah is also home to some of the lushest jungles on Borneo, such as Maliau Basin—the Lost World of Borneo—and the Danum Valley Conservation Area.
Many wildlife species like the orangutan, the proboscis monkey and the Bornean pygmy elephant, as well as plenty of endemic birds are also found in Sabah.
Adding to its gorgeous natural splendour, Sabah presents warm hospitality unlike anywhere else in the world! It is a melting pot of more than 30 ethnic groups, which offers a wide range of cultural and traditional experiences, exotic cuisines, arts and crafts.