Visit Sabah

The Sabah of Malaysia is a state located on the northeastern coast of Borneo Island. It is known for its beautiful beaches, lush jungles and tropical rainforests. The state's capital city is Kota Kinabalu, and its official language is Bahasa Malaysia.

When visiting Sabah you can explore many interesting places such as the Kinabalu Park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you can find more than 4500 species of plants and animals - or Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, an archipelago with white sand beaches and coral reefs perfect for diving and snorkeling.

Sabah also has several unique cultural attractions to offer, such as Mari Mari Cultural Village - a living museum where visitors can experience various aspects of Malaysian culture through demonstrations by native people dressed in traditional costumes.

Another interesting thing about Sabah is that it was once part of the Kingdom of Brunei before becoming part of Malaysia in 1963. This makes it a great destination to explore the history and culture of this fascinating region!