Duration

2 Day 1 Night

Accommodation

Laban Rata Resthouse

Tour Type

Family and Group

Price

From MYR 1,650

Transport

Included

Other Attraction in Sabah

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Sandakan

Set on a bay on the north eastern coast of Sabah and facing the Sulu Sea, Sandakan is less than an hour by air from Kota Kinabalu. Gateway to Borneo’s wildlife, it is a busy port, with ships loading timber, rattan, copra and bird’s nests. Gomantong Caves, 30km south of Sandakan are two caverns that are home to one million swiftlets. The lower Kinabatangan River, three hourse by boat from Sandakan is where you can spotthe proboscis monkey with the males sporting a pendulous nose, fat belly and thick white tail.

 

Turtle Island Park (Pulau Penyu National Park)

is located some 40 kilometres north of Sandakan in Sabah, east Malaysia. It consists of 3 islands – Selingan, Bakungan Kecil and Gulisan, including the surrounding coral reefs and ocean. The Park is famous for its green turtles and hawsbill turtles which lay eggs on the beaches of the islands. Turtle Island Park is administered by Sabah Parks.

 

Padas Gorge – Tenom

From Kota Kinabalu one can travel on the main highwayby an express bus passing through Papar, Bongawan and Kimanis and reaching Beaufort before taking the train to Tenom, a four-hour journey. The railroad snakes along the Padas River, giving passengers a spectacular view of the Padas Gorge. The Padas River offers a challenging experience to rafting enthusiasts. The Muruts in Tenom live in longhouses. A major attraction in Tenom is the Tenom Orchid Centre which has more than 600 species of orchids.