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Sabah – one of 13 states of Malaysia, second largest in the country, is located on the northern part of the island of Borneo. The state is famous for its tourism, particular eco-tourism and is often referred to as “Land below the Wind”. If you’re on a holiday here, here are some activities you should not miss on.
A mere two hour drive down south of Kota Kinabalu, will bring one to the Klias Wetland. Located at the south west corner of Sabah, Klias Wetland is surrounded by mangrove forests and is home to a variety of wildlife that thrives in their natural habitat. A one and a half hour cruise along the Klias River will give visitors a chance to encounter with monitor lizards, macaques, otters, crocodiles, water buffulos, and birds. And not forgetting the highlight of the visit, the proboscis monkey. The best time to watch them is in the late afternoon.
Welcome to Utan Paradise Jungle Lodge, a haven of lush green forest and a great place to spot wildlife. Located 68 km from Kota Kinabalu city centre ( about 1hour and 40 minutes drive), the journey to Utan Paradise Jungle Lodge will treat visitors to scenic sights of traditional village houses, green padi fields, and the never ending rolling hills. This journey also passes through the beautiful lagoon at Lok Kawi camp.