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Malaysia Wildlife Safari Tour, Sabah

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Malaysia 3 Days
Starting From MYR 2,650 / per person

Frog Tour, Sabah, Malaysia

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Pygmy Elephant
The Borneo Pygmy elephant is a subspecies of elephant in the Elephantidae family. They are normally found in the northern part of Borneo. The Borneo Pygmy elephant is the smallest and rarest elephant in the world.
Borneon Crested Fireback
After Argus, the second most common Borneon Pheasant found in lowland and hill forest areas throughout Borneo.
Gould’s Frogmouth
Rare but widespread in lowland and hill primary forest throughout Borneo. Sexes similar, both sexes occur in a brown morph as well as the normal rufous morph.
Blue Headed Pitta
A locally common inhabitant of lowland primary and longed forest.
White-Crowned Shama
Similar in habits and habitat to the White-Rumped Shama but confined to Sabah and North East Kalimantan, south of the Sangkulirang Peninsula.
Yellow-Rumped Flowerpecker
Common in all types of forest throughout Borneo from the lowland to the hills. Recorded feeding on a wide variety of small berries, nectar and insects. Easily confused with Crimson-Breasted Flower Pecker which is much rarer.
Oriental Pied Hornbill
More commonly found on islands and in coastal and secondary forests than other hornbills and often found inland along the rivers. Usually seen in noisy flocks however pairs can separate from the flock to breed alone.
Rhinoceroes Hornbill
Found in primary forests throughout Borneo and heavily hunted for their feathers used in traditional ceremonies. The only hornbill with a black band on a white tail.
White-Crowned Hornbill
The rarest and most carnivorous of the hornbills. Prefers dense and shrubby vegetation next to rivers in lowland and hill forest areas where it hunts for insects and small animals in family groups of 4 to 6.

The Tabin Rainforest Conservation Borneo Tour is a tree planting activity.  Each guest will plant, name and record a tree they plant in Tabin. By planting trees, guests are able to contribute directly and personally in conserving the rainforest.

Tabin also focuses on sustainable and responsible tourism such as a waste management.  Tabin Resort reuse, reduce and recycle whenever possible. The use of eco-friendly products which are bio-degradable detergents and enzyme based products are used for cleaning and maintaining the resort. The resort treats waste water and substance with an effective Micro organism (EM) as well as the control of energy consumption. Local products are used where possible to reduce carbon footprint and to stimulate local economy.

  • Fantastic Experience!
    Malaysia Wildlife Safari Tour, Sabah
    John16 Jan 2018
    Wonderful stay and we had an amazing guide. Warm, friendly and lovely staffs. Wildlife sighting was amazing.
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