Susan2019The reserve is located in Shandagen, it is very convenient to use Grab in Malaysia, and the price is not expensive, there are Chinese drivers, and communication is convenient. There are not many people in the reserve, there are many long-nosed monkeys, and children will be very happy.
队长 大使馆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 baby turtles to the sea at this island other than Terengganu.
D31***57A gem in the Sulu Sea. We booked a sea villa and the view is astounding. Water is pristine thanks to the well conservation works conducted. Transfer from Sandakan to Lankayan Island was escorted. The island itself was also guarded. It is safe in contrary to common disbelief. Advised to book at least 2 months early to avoid disappointment.
多多I really like it here (Rainforest Adventure Center). I also visited the nearby Sepilok Ape Man Reserve (about 20 minutes on foot-no taxi). I really enjoyed the tranquility here. Because part of Sepilok Ape Man Reserve is very busy (a lot of tourists). There are some breathtaking elevated walkways, suspension bridges and bird watching towers. And you will feel that you and Conglin have become one, a great experience! We were lucky to see an orangutan during our visit. In the 15th district, even if you can only hear some birdsong, this area is also very suitable for walking around. We also saw a small snake, black hornbill, big squirrel and squirrel. I went back to the 30th district for a night trip and saw flying squirrels, slow loris, kingfishers, vipers and owls.
乖小咪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.
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Bahagian Sandakan Weather
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May 13, 2021
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Partly Sunny to Showers
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Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Bahagian Sandakan
May 13, 2021 Bahagian Sandakan Weather:Partly Sunny, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:94%, Sunrise/Sunset:05:53/18:15
Bahagian Sandakan Driving:Suitable, Running:Not Recommended, Cycling:Suitable
English Tea House, the Chinese name "British Tea House", is located not far from the former residence of Agnes Keith, the author of "The Home of the Wind". It has a small hillside, a very good environment, and overlooks the Sandakan cityscape and the whole The bay has a wide view. During the British colonial period, the place where the ladies had afternoon tea was converted into a restaurant, which provided afternoon tea and dinner. We enjoyed a delicious lunch here. Caesar salad, tomato beef soup, and fried fish steaks are very good. The final dessert is too sweet and a bit greasy. The most important thing is that the environment is very good. It is worthwhile to come to Sandakan. Feel some.
Relative to other popular resort islands in Sabah, Langkayang Island in Sandakan is little known, more like a private holiday paradise, where rare Chinese tourists, only beautiful to the breathtaking island style and large groups Turtles. To Langkayang Island, you need to fly to Sandakan first. The reservation will include a dock transfer. It takes only one and a half hours for the speedboat to arrive. Fortunately, the whole journey is calm. Although it is necessary to make a long journey through sea, land and air, the moment of arrival, it will be shocked by the beauty of Langkayang, and more fatigue will be swept away.
Shaba Sanda, known as the "Nanyang Small Hong Kong", was named after being close to the port and attracting a large number of Hong Kong people to come to do business. Built on the seaside promenade, Four Points by Sheraton is the best hotel in the area. The rooms are clean and comfortable, with a very good view. They have double-sided and unrivaled sea views. Stay in the room to watch the sunrise and enjoy the night view. The outdoor infinity pool of the building overlooks the sea and the city while swimming.
This is a very very small island in Sabah, Malaysia. Few tourists come here, no internet, no clutter, and can only live in a tent, but Such an island has had a fatal appeal to me.
Under the embrace of nature, calm your eyes and listen to the crabs rustling on the beach, the seabirds hovering in the sky.
aerial photography this island you will think that you have come to the city of the sky, the beauty is amazing!
by boat along the Kinabatangan River into the upper reaches of the river, crocodile elephants emerge in an endless stream, but my favorite is the monkeys here.
The first close observation of the living conditions of wild animals, the first time I realized deeply how close they are to human beings, every eye, every movement, even give me a second, they will speak. illusion. It is highly recommended for parents with children to walk into the forest so that they can know everything about the world from an early age.
The mysterious trail of the wild long nose is a must-see for Sabah.
The proboscis monkey is a unique and rare animal in Sabah. Think carefully. In fact, there are more monkeys than monkeys. I don't know if we are watching monkeys or monkeys watching our stupid humans.
Local residents live on a drainage house in the picture. The children in Sabah started to be watery from an early age. Swimming, diving and driving a boat are a piece of cake for them.
7pm, until the night falls, it is a good time to watch the fireflies.
Never thought that the first time in 30 years, fireflies were seen in exotic countries.
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Sandakan is the second largest city in Sabah, Malaysia. It was once the capital of Sabah. The city is small, with a population of more than 400,000, and the pace of life is gentle and leisurely. In the early years, many Hong Kong people came to the city to do business. It is also known as "Little Hong Kong."
Sensen Water House is a house built in the sea. Of course, this is not a wealthy area. The house is relatively simple. Now it has become a tourist attraction and come here to learn about the lifestyle of ordinary people.
The locals are very friendly. Visitors who come with a camera will smile and will not refuse to take pictures. There are also many Chinese living here. There are many specialties hidden in these alleys. The
water house is colorful and mostly colorful. It can be seen from the color of the house that they are Chinese or Filipino or from other ethnic groups.
Children play in the alleys, a little shy, and their eyes are clear.
The living conditions of the water house have been greatly improved. There are solidified cement pavements. Many people also have a living room with flowers and various household appliances.
Early they all made a living by fishing in the sea. Every family has a boat. Nowadays, there are still many people who are still fishing in the sea. Every morning, this water house is very lively, and the sound of the boat motor is heard far away. The fishermen are full of rewards. The fish that had just been hit was snapped up by customers.
Malaysia and China have been very close in history and now, geographically adjacent, flying from Shanghai or Hangzhou by AirAsia to Sabah for only 4 hours. There are many places in Sabah that are fun. Most Chinese tourists know Kota Kinabalu and Semporna, but they ignore the second largest city, Sandakan.
Shanda is a beautiful and quiet seaside town in the eastern part of Sabah. This city is also known as Little Hong Kong because many Hong Kong people came here to do business in the early years, and the Chinese living here are not. less. Take a speedboat from Sandakan for an hour and a half to Langkayang Island. This quiet island is like a holiday paradise.
Lankayan is not well known to the Chinese. Although the scenery on the island is beautiful, there are few Chinese tourists. Most of the people who come here for vacation are Europeans and Americans. When I was about to go to the island, the sea became clearer and cleaner, and I bottomed out. There are a total of 23 water chalet villas on the island for tourists to live in. There is only one boat from the pier in the city of Sandakan, and the boat is dispatched at 10:00 in the morning. The departure time from the island is 7:00 in the morning.
The island is full of forests and flowers in the four seasons, such as the world of fairyland. The wooden house that is staying is built in the water, facing the sea is a waterfront balcony, blowing the sea breeze is still very cool.
The rooms are fully equipped and modern, and the sea breeze blows in when the door is opened.
Sandakan, the second largest city in Sabah, Malaysia, is located in the northeastern part of Sabah and borders on the Sulu Sea. There are only 400,000 people in this small town, and the Chinese are 300,000. The city also has a name called "Little Hong Kong", because many Chinese people went to Nanshan to go to Sandakan from Hong Kong.
The town of Sandakan is by the sea, and there is a Puji Temple on a hill next to it, which overlooks the city.
This is the first port in East Malaysia, which is also thriving by the port. Sandakan is Malaysia's largest timber export port and fishing port. For many Malaysians, it is mentioned in Sandakan. It means cheap seafood, and many people come to eat seafood.
In the second half of the 19th century, the British occupied Bulixinxin, named "Elopeola", and soon changed its name to "San Dagen". In 1884-1945, it was the capital of British North Borneo for a long time. The British also encouraged Hong Kong people who were occupied by the British to come to Shanda to develop their economy.
There are large water bungalows on the beach, which has become a unique attraction in the area. Most of the residents here rely on fishing for a living. Many locals come here to eat and buy fresh seafood.
Originally a simple wooden plank road, the government invested in the construction of a solid cement road, and the living conditions have improved a lot. Come here to eat seafood has become a special tourist experience project.