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Maliau Basin Conservation Area, 58,840 ha, also known as Sabah’s Lost World is a huge bowl of pristine forests described as one of the few remaining relatively untouched wilderness areas in the world.
Bounded by a formidable escarpment reaching over 1,675m above sea level, the almost circular Basin, one of Malaysia’s finest remaining wilderness areas, encompasses 390 km² of pristine forest, a virtually self-contained ecosystem, never permanently inhabited and with large areas still remaining to be explored and documented. The whole Basin is a single huge water catchment, drained by only one river, the Maliau River, which flows out through a gorge in the southeast of the Basin.
An aerial view of Sabah’s lost world, Maliau Basin will be up to 3.5 hours. Return to Kota Kinabalu and catch a glimpse of the mighty Kinabatangan River, the second longest river in Malaysia where the surrounding rainforests are home to the Bornean Orangutan, Pygmy Elephant and endemic Proboscis Monkey.
Upon Landing at Kota Kinabalu Airport transfer back to the hotel.
Our services include:
– Private Air
-conditioned Luxury Vehicle Transfer (Velfire)
-Speaking Guide for vehicle transfers
-hour Helicopter tour
– EX Kota Kinabaluairport
Our services do not include:
– Additional charge for pick up from outskirts hotel
– Other meals not mentioned
– Services not mentioned
– Travel insurance
– Tourism Tax
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