What Makes Sabah A Nature Theme Park
From beautiful sun-kissed beaches, amazing islands and scuba diving spots, to the majestic Mount Kinabalu and pristine rainforest, Sabah has it all.
Sabah, situated at the northern part of Borneo, caressed by the South China Sea on its west, Sulu and Celebes seas on its eastern coastline, seems almost unfairly blessed with nature’s beauty.
Rainforest and Beautiful Islands In Nature Theme Park
With its untouched rainforest and captivating ancient caves, alluring beaches and idyllic islands, it encapsulates the very best of the third largest island in the world. Sabah is known as “THE LAND BELOW THE WIND”, because it is located just south of the typhoon-prone region, making it free from typhoons.
Home to 32 different indigenous groups that consist of over 30 ethnic races, Sabah is often described as special because of the diversity and friendliness of its people that makes visiting Sabah such a memorable experience.
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People want to enjoy themselves…. and I can’t think of a better place to spend the happier part of my year than on a holiday….with the bio-diversity of Sabah and Mount Kinabalu….This is a theme park!
- Prof. Dr David Bellamy
Original Post from Facebook Group: Wonderful Sabah
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