Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia and similar in size with Ireland. It is situated in the north-eastern part of the Borneo Island. Sabah is flanked by Sarawak and Brunei in the west while Indonesia Kalimantan in its south. The coastline of Sabah stretches some 1,440 km with the west coast being mostly sandy beaches and the east coast is covered by mangrove. There are additions of 38 islands adjacent to Sabah with reefs bordering for another 320km.
With a population of about 2.5 million, Sabah is one of the most culturally diverse states in Malaysia. The main native groups are the Kadazandusun, Murut, Bajau, Suluk, Bisaya and Orang Sungai. Sabah’s coasts offer some great diving opportunities, particularly off East Sarawak and on the islands of Sabah, with some unique marine life, corals and turtles species. A few dive sites here have been named among the top ten dive sites in the world. Beautiful corals, amazing reefs with endemic sea species are naturally found in its coast. Some rare sea creatures and fishes have also been recorded lining the coastline such as the green and hawksbill turtle, blue-ringed octopus and spike-fin gobies.

The lush greenery enveloping Sabah is entrancing. Mother Nature’s uninterrupted beauty is something every visitor looks forward in exploring. A myriad of activities are available for the whole family so come and experience mesmerizing beauty and culture in the land below the wind.