Venture into wild Borneo and be embraced by mother-nature.
Tabin Wildlife Reserve is the largest Wildlife Reserve in Malaysia with its 300,000 acres of Dipterocarp rainforest which is home to extraordinary biodiversity. The Tabin wildlife reserve is a dedicated ground for the breeding of wildlife and birdlife, including the highly endangered Sumatran Rhino, Borneo Pygmy elephant, and the Tembadau.
The Tabin Wildlife Resort authentic Borneo jungle lodges will compliment visitors’ stay at the reserve resort Borneo. Offering an incomparable blend of adventure and comfort, the essence of Tabin’s exotic charm can be truly felt at the resort and within the reserve. Tabin is one of the best places in Sabah to observe the rich bio-diversity of nature and delve into breathtaking nature-based activities. Popular things to do in Tabin are exploring the mud volcano, jungle-trekking, a Tabin wildlife safari, night walk, wildlife-spotting, Borneo birding and rainforest education.
Tabin is a bird watching paradise because of its rich diversity of bird life. It has more than 300 species of birds including 8 species of Hornbills and 13 species endemic birds of Borneo.
What to bring: Binoculars, Telescope, Insect repellent, long sleeve shirts & long pants, raincoat, sun hat, swim wear, comfortable trekking shoes, torch light, water bottle & personal toiletries. Leech socks are available for sale at the resort’s shop
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.
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