It was more than an hour’s drive from downtown Sabah. This is the pure ecological park. Mangroves➕Proboscis Monkey➕Sunset➕Fireflies. We checked in one by one. Luckily, all the sights in the planning have been seen. Very worthwhile! PS: The afternoon tea in the mangrove forest is also great!
You can see proboscis monkeys, fireflies, and occasionally you can see sea otters swimming around the shore. One-day group includes a dinner. You must wear long sleeves to watch fireflies and bring mosquito repellent. There are so many mosquitoes.
Not so lucky...I didn't see the wild orangutans, but the night in the mangroves is beautiful. I have never seen so many fireflies. I hope people will take good care of the scenery in this place (Malaysia). But I can’t find the picture~ Use the ones from Mermaid Island to make up the numbers
Mangroves and proboscis monkeys are a bit hard to find, but the fireflies at night are the focus. The whole tree is full of fireflies, flashing and flashing like a super-large Christmas tree. The tour guide will lead them over, which is worth seeing.
Not bad, not as many fireflies as kawa, but more monkeys
I went to the Kawa mangrove forest. It took almost three hours on the road. The proboscis monkeys can’t see clearly on the trees. The sunset is beautiful. The fireflies at night flash like Christmas trees. The coconut pudding is delicious, and the Malaysian-style meal is just average. .
Look at the proboscis monkeys, fireflies, and the most beautiful sunset in the mangroves of Lammei Bay, Sabah. The group reported locally in Sabah. 169 yuan. Proboscis monkeys, not many. The sunset on the beach was shocking. The surrounding environment is not very good, and the seaside is full of domestic garbage.