Sabah

19 Dec 2018 - 20 Dec 2018

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Sabah?

9.8
Outdoor Enthusiasts
9.4
Adventure Travellers
7.8
Green Travellers
7.0
Backpackers
6.2
Wellness
Member reviews (24)
Stephen Bugno
Stephen BugnoAnchorage
22/06/2017

Located on the Malaysian side of Borneo Island, Sabah is a fine place to come for wildlife, indigenous culture, mountain hiking, beaches, snorkeling, and scuba diving.

Leow Cheng Lam
Leow Cheng LamKlang
02/01/2016

What a beautiful and interesting place in East Malaysia. Multi races and full of f fun. Amazing Mountain and diving paradise.

Ryan Hevern
Ryan HevernTiburon
03/04/2017

I came to Sabah, Kota Kinabalu in particular, in search of epic adventures. This is home to the oldest rainforest in the world, so I had to get out there and explore! I linked up with Sticky Rice Travel in KK and they did not disappoint! We went to Danum Valley Conservation Area and I saw wildlife I only see on the Discovery Channel, epic canopy views, and non stop hikes that left me tired, but hungry for more! I can't recommend Sticky Rice Travel enough, if you head this way definitely check them out: www.stickyricetravel.com

Effi Shazleen
Effi ShazleenMukah
06/01/2017

sabah....,is one of 13 member states of malaysia..is located on the northern portion of the island of BORNEO.The origin of the name Sabah is uncertain, and there are many theories that have arisen. One theory is that during the time it was part of the Bruneian Sultanate, it was referred to as Saba because of the presence of pisang saba, a type of banana, found on the coasts of the region. Due to the location of Sabah in relation to Brunei, it has been suggested that Sabah was a Bruneian Malay word meaning upstream or the northern side of the river.. ~ land below the wind !! ~ ^^

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