Sandakan is a captivating town with its very own charm, friendly people and fabulous places to devour seafood. It has its own intriguing history and roots tracing back to the early 1870s. Located on the northeast coast of Sabah, looking out to the Sulu Sea, Sandakan is a postwar town where much of it [...]



LABUAN, THE INTERNATIONAL ISLAND GARDEN OF BORNEO is a popular retreat for corporate Asia to relax and recuperate. This is a place where the old and the new complement each other, where traditional ways and hi-tech methods co-exist, where people of diverse backgrounds live in perfect harmony. Labuan has everything one would expect of [...]



South-east bound from the capital Kota Kinabalu Sabah in the Tawau district is Semporna, a quiet town and a gateway to clear serene waters, an explorative array of marine life and lively corals beds. A divers tropical paradise. Mainly populated by the Bajau Laut ethnic community, Semporna was and still is a fisherman's village. [...]



Tucked in the northernmost tip of Borneo is the quaint town of Kudat. Having only recently been discovered by locals and foreigners, this quaint town is starting to develop as a retreat for travelers alike for its supreme beaches. Due to its isolated region up north of Sabah, Kudat was accessible primarily by boats [...]



Tawau is the third largest town in Sabah and is one of its major agriculture regions. This booming frontier town, located on the south-east coast facing the Celebes Sea, is surrounded by cocoa and oil palm plantations and is a leader in terms of cocoa research and development. A visit to a cocoa factory [...]



The City of Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah. Located on the west coast of "the Land below the Wind", under the watchful eye of majestic Mount Kinabalu, and on the fringes of the South China Sea, Kota Kinabalu is the bustling and colourful gateway to Sabah. Here you find an international airport, [...]

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