Ticket price - "15 Ma/person. More unique landscape, recommended to tourists like nature. Birds are not so easy to see. Tourists who really want to watch birds need patience and equipment such as telescopes. Tips - "1. Mosquitoes are more, and not afraid of people, it is recommended that tourists wear long-sleeved pants and carry mosquito repellent water; 2. There is no need to worry about the return trip without a car, park staff can help call a taxi back to the city, we are back to Promenade Hotel, 20 Ma. 3. Because there are many fallen leaves and accumulated water, it will emit a bad smell (I don't think it will be very troublesome, peers are not used to it). Tourists who care should be prepared and wear a mask or something. Generally speaking, if you have enough travel time, you can have a look.
The wetland is surrounded by a large area of mangrove forest, and there are many rare birds, rhino monkeys and other wildlife. You can experience the tropical characteristics of this place by Cruise boat. It is recommended that you take a boat from afternoon to evening to take pictures of beautiful sunset scenery and see fireflies flying all over the sky at night.
We arrived in Malaysia with a coastline of 4,800 kilometers on schedule. I did enough homework for this trip. Reserve air tickets and hotels first. On a sunny morning, we went to Sabah, Malaysia. Before I went, I learned that Sabah, also known as Yabe, is a small island, but its diameter is very long. Sabah is famous for snorkeling at home and abroad. First we went to Maluken Island, where the water was clear and bottomless, but what impressed me more was the wetland in Yabi.
There are many mosquitoes in the Wetland Center of Yabi City. It is suggested to spray more mosquito repellent water or bite you all over the body. The vegetation is very flourishing and the trunk is super strong. It is the best place to appreciate the nature and the eco-tourism environment.
Yabi Wetland Center is located in the mangrove swamp area only two kilometers away from the city center. It covers about 24 hectares and became a bird protection area in 1996. It is an important habitat and foraging place for migratory birds both locally and from North Asia. This natural bird reserve shelters a large number of rare birds, such as egrets, kingfishers, green doves and purple herons. It is the most accessible natural ecological environment for tourists and scholars both locally and abroad. Jonathan's excellence lies not only in looking for birds, but also in looking for monkeys. Long-tailed monkeys and Beckham monkeys (the scientific name I forgot, but the hairstyle of monkeys is the same as Beckham's hairstyle) like to jump up and down trees, easy to find. But long-nosed monkeys like to squat on trees and eat leaves motionlessly, and have protective colors. With our naked eyes, ordinary fetuses can not be seen at all. But Jonathan was able to find a long-nosed monkey hiding in the leaves a hundred meters away, which made us admire it.
It's beautiful. The scenery is very good. It's an oxygen bar. The air quality bar. It's a paradise.