Sabah is situated in the North of Borneo. The state is full of attractions and experiences that make it the interesting part of Borneo. Sabah is blessed with a diverse landscape of tropical forests, mountains, and pristine seas and known for great natural treasures which include Danum Valley Conservation Area, Tabin Wildlife Reserve and Maliau Basin. Some of Sabah indigenous flora and fauna can only be found in this part of the world. Sabah certainly is the perfect learning platform for Bio-cultural Diversity and Conservation.
Mt.Kinabalu as seen from Mamut,Ranau
Orangutan is one of Sabah's attaraction.
orangutans are currently found in only the rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra
Home to at least one of Malaysia most exciting cities, Sabah boasts one of the country’s most culturally diverse societies. Its population comprises of over 30 different races and over 80 different dialects, each group having its own colorful culture, tradition, festival and customs. For those who want to make their study-abroad experience a real adventure, there’s plenty of scope to explore, depending on their field of interest.