The Kells Mangrove Reserve in Sabah is a small-scale mangrove area. The mangrove forests here are generally young. There are many wild monkeys and small crocodiles living in this mangrove forest. When you take a boat tour, you must pay attention to observation.
I feel that there are mangrove reserves in many places, such as Shenzhen and Beihai. Apart from the beautiful scenery, the unique proboscis monkeys and fireflies are also interesting. Sabah Mangrove Proboscis Monkey Tour, this is currently the most primitive reserve open to visit.
Going to the Kells Mangrove Forest Reserve is a late departure. Fortunately, I saw the proboscis monkey, but you have to pay attention to mosquitoes. The mosquitoes here are very powerful, and a bite will swell a lot.
As dusk settles in with a sunset, enjoy the sights and sounds in a natural setting as you have a sumptuous village style dinner. The show’s not over yet though, as there is one more trip through the mangrove swamp. This time, it is graced by the secret rhythm of fireflies and their flickering lights.
Klias Wetland do reminds me once when we book an agent to make our day. They provide a great tour, while dinner watching butterflies during sunset. A bit pricey but worth after all. Around $72 dolar.
Klias River offers you a trip on an open boat in search of the endemic proboscis monkeys, long tailed, macaques, the rare silver languor and much more.
Today, our destination is the Klias Wetland, a region where the Sabah estuary meets the ocean. Says about 70% of the coastlines in the world's tropical regions are coursed by lush mangroves. The tropical Sabah is no exception, of course, the mangrove area we're visiting called Kells has become a must-see for visitors from around the world to Borneo in recent years.