Sabah, the second largest state in Malaysia, lies on the northern extreme of Borneo. The state is bordered by the Indonesian state of Kalimantan in the south, and the small country of Brunei to its west coast. The far-flung Malaysian state is slowly growing in stature among backpackers, who appreciate its many natural attractions and relatively low cost as far as Southeast Asia nature preserves go. The surrounding seas are also perfect gateways for snorkelers and divers, who appreciate their beautiful natural underwater wonders.
Borneo’s tallest mountain rises about 13,000 feet above Sabah - MOUNT KINABALU .The top of the mountain can be reached within the span of a two day hike. No special equipment or climbing expertise is necessary, just bring an optimally-fit body and sheer determination.
Sabah is often referred to as the “Land Below The Wind”, the place that blessed with beautiful sea and most romantic “Sunset ”.