Tempat Menarik Negeri Sabah

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List of Address, Phone Number, Fax Number, Website, Email and Description about the of Interesting Places in Negeri Sabah


Crocker Range Park

Alamat / Address :
Sabah Parks, Lot 45 & 46, 1st - 5th Floor, Block H, Singature Office, KK Times, Square, Coastal Highway, 88100 KOTA KINABALU
Keterangan / Description :
144 kilometers away from Kota Kinabalu is the Crocker Range National Park (CRNP), situated in the Crocker Range, Sabah. The Crocker Range Park is located 13 kilometers from Keningau town, approximately 25 minutes away by car. The Crocker Range was designated to be a forest reserve in 1968. In 1984, Crocker Range Nature Park was then established in order to protect the water catchments area which was supplying clean drinking water to the West Coast and the interior of Sabah. It was renamed Taman Banjaran Crocker (Crocker Range Park) in 1996 and is managed by the Sabah Parks. Located in the heart of Crocker Range Park, the newly developed Sabah Park s facility which opened in February 2004 is ideal a place for meetings, camping, jungle trekking and outdoor educational activities. Among the attractions to found in the Crocker Range Park are the Rafflesia sites, trekking courses, and camping ground. The rising concern for protecting its rich biodiversity and rare species of tanaman and fauna had been the prime propellant in the initiative to gazette it as a national park. Please pre-arrange with the travel agent regarding your booking.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 523500
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +6088 212075
Alamat Emel / Email Address : sabahparks@sabah.gov.my
Website : www.sabahparks.org.my
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH

Danum Valley Conservation Area

Alamat / Address :
Borneo Nature Tours S/B (KPL 3719), Block D, Lot 10, Ground Floor, Sadong Jaya, Complex, 88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah P.O.Box 1162, 88817 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Keterangan / Description :
On a sprawling 438 square kilometer undisturbed land, 70 kilometers (44 miles) west of Lahad Datu, lies nature s jewel called the Danum Valley Conservation Area. This conservation area boasts one of the richest conservation areas in the world with over 200 species of tree per hectare thriving on it. Recognized as one of the world s most complex ecosystem, this forest serves as a natural home for endangered wildlife species such as the Sumatran rhino, banteng, Asian elephant, clouded leopard, orang utan, proboscis monkey, as well as a vast range of Sabah s lowland fauna. Being remote from human habitation and almost alien to modern civilization makes the Danum Valley Conservation Area a naturalist paradise. Drink in the beauty of this virgin forest by taking nature walks with experienced naturalists through tranquil rivervine and lowland dipterocarp forest. Avid birdwatchers will appreciate the 300-meter-long and 27-meter-high canopy walkway which offers a peek into abundant bird life in the forest canopy. The Danum Valley Conservation Area also has beautiful waterfalls and rivers including Sungai Purut 7-tiered pools one of the most spectacular waterfalls and pools found in Danum Valley Conservation Area. Here, visitors also get the chance to visit an ancient Kadazandusun burial site, complete with belian coffins and ceramic spirit jars. Three burial sites have been discovered in Danum Valley two near the field centre and one below the cliff, overlooking Borneo Rainforest Lodge. On the way down, visitors can take a dip in the jacuzzi pool that is leech-free and safe for swimming. Later in the evening, go for a wildlife watching night drive in an open jeep. Depending on luck, wildlife photography enthusiasts will get an excellent opportunity to catch snapshots of the elusive wild inhabitants of the Danum Valley Conservation Area. Be more enlightened about nature and wildlife by watching an educational video and slide presentations. Those planning extensive wildlife photography are recommended to stay for at least 3 days to have better success at finding wild animals frolicking about.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : 088-267637
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +6088 251636
Alamat Emel / Email Address : info@borneonaturetours.com
Website : www.borneonaturetours.com
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Kinabalu National Park

Alamat / Address :
Sabah Parks, Lot 45 & 46, 1st - 5th Floor, Block H, Singature Office, KK Times, Square, Coastal Highway, 88100 KOTA KINABALU
Keterangan / Description :
Kinabalu Park was gazetted as the first State Park in Sabah in 1964 and declared Malaysia s first World Heritage Site by UNESCO in the year 2000 for its outstanding biological attributes. A sprawling 75, 400 hectares, this melting pot of natural wonders is larger than Singapore. Also the Centre of Plant Diversity for South East Asia, the Park boasts more than 5,000 vascular plant species, an estimated 1,000 orchid species, 621 fern species, nine Nepenthes species, 29 Rhododendron species and two Rafflesia species. The Park has no shortage of fauna as well, being home to some 90 lowland mammal species, 22 montane mammal species, 21 bat species, 326 bird species, 62 toad and frog species and a large population of the 850 butterfly species that occur in Sabah. Out of the 29 bird species that are endemic to Borneo, at least 17 are confined to the mountains, notably Mount Kinabalu. These include subspecies of the Red breasted Tree-partridge, Crimson-headed Wood-partridge and Mountain Blackbird. Such diversity is truly the makings of a naturalists paradise! The main attraction at the Park is none other than the majestic Mount Kinabalu, one of the highest mountains in South East Asia standing at 4095.2 metres. Apart from traditional mountain climbing, visitors can also experience the Mountain Torq, the world s highest and Asia s first Via Ferrata or iron road at 3,200m to 3,800m above sea level. The various routes on the northern rock faces of Mount Kinabalu consist of a trail that is made up of iron rungs, palettes, cables and rails. Depending on the preferred difficulty level, visitors can enroll in various activities such as the intro to single pitch or multi pitch sports climbing, intro to rappelling (abseiling) and introduction to rope ascending. Mount Kinabalu attracts thousands of climbers from around world every year and is also the venue of the annual Mount Kinabalu International Climbathon. Surrounding the Kinabalu Park is a multitude of natural attractions and enjoyable activities. The Kinabalu Natural History Gallery is a great place to familiarize with what the Park has to offer to through a fascinating exhibition on the flora, fauna and geological make-up of the Park. Video presentations are screened daily at the Liwagu s Visitors Centre and guided tours are also available. Approximately half an hour from the Kinabalu Park headquarters is the Poring Hot Springs, located 400m above sea level. It features hot sulphur spring baths claimed to have therapeutic values, a 41-metre canopy walk where visitors can hike among the towering canopies, the refreshing Kipungit and Langanan waterfalls, various gardens, a butterfly farm and an orchid conservation centre. In Mesilau, hike along the acclaimed Mesilau trail where you can spot various pitcher plants particularly the Nepenthes lowii, Nepenthes tentaculata and Nepenthes rajah. A variety of accommodation is available within the Park and in its surrounding areas, ranging from basic hostels to luxury chalets.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 523500
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : -
Alamat Emel / Email Address : info@sabahparks.org.my
Website : www.sabahparks.org.my
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary

Alamat / Address :
Yet Hing Oil Palm Estate, Off Jalan Labuk, Sandakan
Keterangan / Description :
In the centre of the mangrove forests of Semawang is the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, where you can see Borneo's indigenous proboscis monkeys. This privately-owned sanctuary located within an oil palm estate gives you the chance to observe these animals up close and personal. The remarkable males sport big dangling noses, reddish flat-top hairstyles, white tails and markings, and pot bellies. The females on the other hand, are much smaller and have up-turned noses. Take a night tour for a chance to see wild boars, flying squirrels, fireflies and crocodiles. The sanctuary also has a lodge with aircondtioned twin or double rooms, family chalet and dormitaries for those who wish to stay overnight.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : 089 672133, 089 6721
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : 089 672136
Alamat Emel / Email Address : labukbay@proboscis.cc
Website : www.proboscis.cc
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH

Lok Kawi Wildlife Park

Alamat / Address :
-
Keterangan / Description :
The Lok Kawi Wildlife Park was officially open to the public on the 17th February 2007. It is located along the Penampang-Papar old road and is fully developed by the Sabah Wildlife Department. The park consists of two components: zoological and botanical. The main objective of the park is to become a family-oriented park and the emphasis is put on the Children s Zoo. Among the inhabitants of the zoo (zoological component) are the Borneo Pygmy elephants, Proboscis monkey, Malayan tiger, as well as some different species of deer. The botanical component, on the other hand; offers visitors the opportunity to go jungle trekking along the botanical trail. The paved trail is about 1.4 kilometers long. However, for leisurely strolls, visitors are only advised to walk halfway along the trail.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 765793 +0688 7
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +6088 765762
Alamat Emel / Email Address : -
Website : www.lokkawiwildlifepark.com
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Lower Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary

Alamat / Address :
-
Keterangan / Description :
Stretching 560km from the Crocker Range in the southwest of Sabah to the Sulu Sea in the east, the Kinabatangan River sustains one of the world's richest ecosystems. The surrounding areas along the river consist of five distinct habitats - dipterocarp or dry, waterlogged and limestone forests, and freshwater and saline swamps. The lower basin of the river itself is the largest forest covered floodplain in Malaysia and has the largest concentration of wildlife in the South East Asian region. Other than being home to Borneo's indigenous orang utan and proboscis monkey, the surrounding forest is also one of only two known places in the world where 10 species of primates are found. All the eight species of hornbill found in Borneo make the area their home. A trip up the river at dawn or dusk is the best opportunity to see the wildlife. You might even sight an Asian elephant or a Sumatran rhinoceros wandering through the trees. Optional tours can be arranged for night safaris as well to spot crocodiles, birds and nocturnal animals. Many major local tour companies run lodges in the Sukau area with packages that include accommodation, transportation, meals and guided tours. Alternatively, you may want to experience the homestay programme which is available at surrounding villages and which provides a good opportunity to truly experience the life of the Orang Sungai. Join in their cultural activities or even try your hand at the local way of farming!
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 212121
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +6088 212075
Alamat Emel / Email Address : info@sabahtourism.com
Website : www.sabahtourism.com
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Maliau Basin (Sabah's Lost World)

Alamat / Address :
-
Keterangan / Description :
The Maliau Basin is a place set on a sprawling 588.4 square kilometers land in Tawau, at the South Central Part of Sabah. It contains an unusual assemblage of 12 forest types, comprising mainly of lower montane forest dominated by majestic Agathis trees, rare montane heath forest and lowland, and hill diperocarp forest. The highlight of the adventure is to trek the majestic 7 tiers Maliau Falls. Keen visitors must, however, obtain a permission to enter the Maliau Basin in advance from Yayasan Sabah. Also bear in mind that Maliau Basin is a remote, atavistic and isolated area with limited access, communications and safety facilities. Nature explorers will simply love the Maliau Basin as it is an excellent site for jungle trekking and bird watching. At night, visitors may also take a night drive for wildlife spotting. Water babies can also take a dip in the beautiful waterfall.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 212121
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +6088 212075
Alamat Emel / Email Address : info@sabahtourism.com
Website : www.sabahtourism.com
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH

Menara Tun Mustapha

Alamat / Address :
-
Keterangan / Description :
Located 5 kilometres or about 15 minutes away from the KK City Centre. Formerly known as the Sabah Foundation Building, this circular tower of steel and glass stands 30 storeys high in the Likas Bay area and is instantly recognizable as a Sabah icon. It has a central core with steel brackets supporting each floor. When completed in 1977, it was one of the three such buildings in the world based on this design concept. Inside are housed an auditorium, two mini-theatres, exhibition foyer, a gymnasium, kindergarten and Research library.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 212121
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +6088 212075
Alamat Emel / Email Address : info@sabahtourism.com
Website : www.sabahtourism.com
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Rainforest Discovery Centre (RDC)

Alamat / Address :
EE Programme Coordinator, Rainforest Discovery Centre, PO Box 1407, 90715 Sandakan, Sabah
Keterangan / Description :
The Rainforest Discovery Centre (RDC) is the gateway to getting to know the uniqueness and importance of Borneo s rainforests. Situated 23 kilometres from Sandakan Town and not too far from the Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre, the RDC s main highlights are its exhibition halls, the Plant Discovery Garden, the Kapili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, environmental education programmes and a small lake for boat rides. The RDC also gives visitors a chance to get intimate with nature through its Nature Experience programme which includes a guided walk to the Plant Discovery Garden, Rainforest Walk and indoor/outdoor activities. As of 2009, RDC has also become the official venue for the annual Borneo Bird Festival which attracts the participation of birding enthusiasts from all over the world.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 212121
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +6088 212075
Alamat Emel / Email Address : rdcsepilok@yahoo.com
Website : www.forest.sabah.gov.my/rdc/
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH

Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre

Alamat / Address :
Batu 14, Jalan Labuk - Sandakan, WDT 200, 90009 Sandakan
Keterangan / Description :
The Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre was set up in 1964 to rehabilitate orphaned baby orang utan. Set in the lush 4,300-hectare Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, the Centre under the administration of the Wildlife Department of Sabah attracts tourists and researchers alike, giving them the opportunity to watch the orang utan up close in their natural habitat. A boardwalk leads you to a viewing gallery and feeding platform where the apes are fed milk and bananas twice a day at 10.00am and 3.00pm by rangers. Feeding time also attracts long-tailed macaques to the area. While orang utan rehabilitation is still the primary goal at Sepilok, it also focuses on public education on conservation, research and assistance on other endangered species such as the rhinoceros. Visitors are restricted to walkways. Some orang utan have become familiar with people but touching them is strongly discouraged, and while the apes are naturally shy and gentle, the more mischievous ones may try to grab your camera or hat, in which case you should call for a ranger as trying to wrestle the 200 pound apes may not be a good idea. For the more adventurous, there is trekking through mangrove forest. As this is under the Forestry Department, you will have to get a permit from them before trekking the 5km trail which runs through Sepilok Laut. You can also arrange for a boat return or accommodation in chalets in the forest.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6089 531180
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +6089 531189
Alamat Emel / Email Address : info@sabahtourism.com @soutan@po.jaring.my
Website : www.sabah.gov.my/jhl/
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Tabin Wild Reserve

Alamat / Address :
Tabin Wildlife Holidays Sdn Bhd, Lot 11-1, 1st Flr, Blk A, Damai Point, Jln Damai, 88300 Kota Kinabalu
Keterangan / Description :
Imagine a close encounter with wildlife as if starring in a National Geographic documentary; and getting in touch with Mother Nature in her purest, most untouched form-Tabin Wildlife Reserve gives you this and more. Nestled amidst 120, 500 hectares of dipterocarp rainforest, Tabin Wildlife Reserve is home to various endangered wildlife such as the Borneo Pygmy elephant, the Sumatran rhino, Tembadau and exotic birdlife. Wildlife photography aficionados and birdwatching enthusiasts will find their visit to Tabin a truly priceless experience! Enhance your life with the experience of rainforest life as you listen to the calming sounds of nature in Tabin. Covered in euryspecies lowland rainforest, Tabin nurtures a colossal number of tropical plants; some of which are rich in medicinal and therapeutic values. Pamper your skin by indulging in Tabin's mineral-rich mud volcanoes and salt springs. This gift of nature also serves as salt-lick for the wildlife and bird populations. Naturalists can drink in the best of nature's offering by trekking through the rainforest for a journey of 23 kilometers. Along the way, there are campsites for overnight stays. After an exhilarating adventure, make your way to Sunbird Caf to have your meal served, chill out, and share your venture experience with other like-minded visitors. Dubbed the 'happening place' to eat, a must-try dish in this caf would be the pakis dish-where tender tips of wild fern, a healthy vegetable abundantly growing in Tabin, are whipped to a meal of perfection. Following a sumptuous meal, sit back and relax as you sip coffee while enjoying the spectacular view of the forest and the river nearby. Whether you're a wild adventure seeker, an environmentalist earth mother, a photography lover, an animal activist, or simply just someone looking out for something fun; Tabin extends her arms in welcome. Here, you'll get a taste of nature like nowhere else.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +60 88 267266
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +60 88 258266
Alamat Emel / Email Address : enquiry@tabinwildlife.com.my
Website : www.tabinwildlife.com.my
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Trus Madi Conservation Area

Alamat / Address :
Sabah Forestry Department, KM 10, Labuk Road, 90000 Sandakan, Sabah
Keterangan / Description :
Avid mountaineers and adventure seekers take heed! If it s a challenge that you're looking for, look no further than Mount Trusmadi. The Trus Madi Forest Reserve is bordered by three districts Ranau up north, Tambunan on the west, Keningau down south, and Sook in the east. The forest reserve is classified as a Class 1 Forest Reserve and it covers 184, 527 hectares of land. Situated circa 70 kilometers southeast of Kota Kinabalu and standing at 2, 642 meters (8, 668 feet) tall, Mount Trus Madi is the second highest mountain in Sabah and Malaysia after Mount Kinabalu. However, it is said to offer a tougher challenge to its climbers compared to Mount Kinabalu. To reach the summit from the starting point, climbers will be trekking through 4.9 kilometers of heavily foliaged virgin rainforest. Mount Trus Madi consists of five different types of vegetations lowland mixed dipterocarps, hill mixed dipterocarp forest, lower montane forest, upper montane forest, and summit scrub. The slopes of Mount Trus Madi are steep, winding, and often mucky. The forest s rich vegetation acts as a habitat for birds, wild animals, as well as a number of exotic floras such as orchids and several types of medicinal plants. Another interesting thing to spot is the unique pitcher plant, Nepenthes x trusmadiensis natural hybrid between Nepenthes lowii and Nepenthes macrophylla which is endemic to Mount Trus Madi alone. Walking along the Taman Bunga (Flower Garden), which blooms with colourful flowers at certain times of the year, you will be able to see the beautiful aerial view of Tambunan town. Having reached the summit of Mount Trus Madi at dawn, weather permitting, you will be enraptured by a breathtaking vista of Mount Kinabalu that lies approximately 40 kilometers north an absolutely rewarding climb!
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +60 89 660 811 / +60
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : +60 89 669 170
Alamat Emel / Email Address : htan@sabah.gov.my
Website : www.forest.sabah.gov.my
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Tunku Abdul Rahman Park

Alamat / Address :
Sabah Parks, Lot 45 & 46, 1st - 5th Floor, Block H, Singature Office, KK Times Square Coastal Highway 88100 KOTA KINABALU
Keterangan / Description :
The marine park is a cluster of islands comprising Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug, all only 10 - 20 minute speedboat ride from the city of Kota Kinabalu. The five islands of the Marine Park are characterized by shallow waters, sumptuous coral gardens and all boast splendid white sandy beaches. The reefs lie in shallow waters with little current making it an ideal location for novice divers, however, the diverse and sometimes rare marine creatures also make it an interesting dive location for experienced divers and underwater photographers. To dive in the marine park you must contact one of the local dive centers based in Kota Kinabalu who also offer a full variety of PADI courses ranging from Discover Scuba to Instructor. Among the sandy seabed a good variety of marine life can be found such as Scorpion fish, Blue-spotted rays, cuttlefish, mantis shrimps and the occasional green or hawksbill turtle. At some locations, rare creatures such as the harlequin ghost pipefish and mandarin fish can be found especially with the help from local dive guides. During the cooler months from November to February, plankton blooms attract krill which in turn attract whale sharks, the world's largest fish. At times, the density of the krill can be so thick in these murky conditions underwater encounters with these colossal animals can be exciting as they suddenly appear out of the gloom. Non-diving visitors can still have as much fun in the islands with other optional activities such as snorkeling in Pulau Sapi and Manukan and seawalking in Pulau Sapi. If water sport is your cup of tea, you may contact any local tour companies for more information regarding the water sport activities that are available.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 523500
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : -
Alamat Emel / Email Address : sabahparks@sabah.gov.my
Website : www.sabahparks.org.my
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH


Turtle Island Park

Alamat / Address :
Sabah Parks, Lot 45 & 46, 1st - 5th Floor, Block H, Singature Office, KK Times, Square, Coastal Highway, 88100 KOTA KINABALU
Keterangan / Description :
The Turtle Island Park (gazetted 1977) lies 40km north of Sandakan in the Sulu Sea and consists of Selingan, Bakungan Kecil and Gulisan islands. The park is a safe haven for the endangered green and hawksbill turtles and gives you the rare opportunity to watch turtle landings. Selingan, the largest of the islands, houses the park's headquarters, a turtle hatchery, tourist accommodation and basic facilities. The other two islands are more for conservation activities. As turtle landings usually occur after dusk, an overnight stay would be the best plan to see the turtles as they come ashore to lay their eggs, but shining a light on them or using camera flashes should be avoided as either can be stressful on the creatures. Turtles lay their eggs throughout the year, but the best time to head there is between July and October when the sea is calmer. Observe the collection of eggs, tagging of mother turtles and releasing of baby turtles into the sea.
Nombor Telefon / Telephone Number : +6088 523500
Nombor Faks / Fax Number : -
Alamat Emel / Email Address : info@sabahparks.org.my
Website : www.sabahparks.org.my
Negeri / State of this place : SABAH

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