Sabah Tourism Guide
Sights and Attractions
Sabah in the Malaysian part of Borneo has a wealth of wildlife, nature and cultural attractions. Sabah's key sights include Mount Kinabalu, Turtle Island Park, Pulau Tiga National Park, Tunku Abdul ahman National Park, a river cruise on Sungai Kinabatangan, Tabin Wildliife reserver, Sipadan island, Sepilok OrangUtan Sanctuary and Rehabilitation Centre.
Hotels and Accommodation
There is an excellent selection of hotels, resorts, guesthouses, inns, backpackers and other accommodation in almost every corner of this small state on Borneo. Standards of the major resorts hotels are usually very high. Prices can be very attractive, in particular if booked online.
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Restaurants in Sabah
Sabah has good selections of restaurants serving local food or international cuisine. Prices at local restaurants and eateriesd are usually very good value and particular local dishes are usually tasty. Many hotels have also a selection of foreign and international cuisine at high standards.
Sabah offers very good sport facilities popular with leisure and business travellers. Popular sports activities include good opportunities to play golf, go diving, walking or jungle trekking, and biking.
Getting to Sabah
Sabah's international airport is just outside Kota Kinabalu. Several Asian airlines fly directly into Sabah. Taxis can be hired from the airport. Some hotels can also offer a pickup service. There may be public transport at certain times of the day.
Best time to travel
Best time to travel to Sabah is usually during the dry season.
Maps of Sabah
Maps of Sabah may be obtained from the tourist promotion boards, local tourist offices or from book stores focusing on travel guides