Sabah is the second largest state in eastern Malaysia and has the South China Sea on the West. It is a mountainous state with lush rainforests. Some of its famous landmarks include the State Mosque, Sabah State Museum , Sabah Fountain Building , Atkinson Clock Tower, Signal Hill Observatory, Water Villages , Mosnopiad Cultural Village , St. Michael's Catholic Church and Central Market. The Sabah State Museum with its majestic domes and gold inlay motifs is a spectacular sight for tourists. For nature lovers, the major attractions include, Kinabalu Park , Tawau Hills Park , Crocker Range National Park , Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary, Poring Hot Spring, Danum Valley and Gomantong Caves . Located in Sepilok, the Orang Utan Sanctuary is one of the only four orang utan sanctuaries in the world. There are a number of islands and beaches in Sabah, including Tunku Abdul Rahman Park , Pulau Tiga National Park , Sipadan Island , Sandakan , Layang Island , Mabul Island and Kapalai, Lankayan Island and Tanjung Aru Beach .
Dancing dolphins, remote beaches to delicious smell of jumbo shrimps on ice! San Deigo offers it all
Making out with metronomes, reveries of a marsh mellow kingdom is all in a day’s work at the Edinburgh Fringe
Love coffee? Love to travel? Taste the best coffee in these destinations around the world
The post The Worlds Best Destinations For Those Addicted To Coffee appeared first on The Guidebook - isango!.