Exploring Malaysia’s biodiversity with a Kinabatangan River cruise

by Mridula on November 11, 2012

in Malaysia,Travel

“The Kinabatangan River originates in the Crocker range in Malaysia and stretches for 560 miles before merging into the Sulu Sea east of Sandakan in Sabah, Borneo. It is the second longest river in Malaysia after the Rajang River. Sandakan is the second largest city in Sabah and is the base for many wildlife adventures like the Turtle Islands Park, Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, Gomantong Caves and of course the Kinabatangan River cruises that offer unparalleled opportunities for observing wildlife.”

Please read the entire article Exploring Malaysia’s biodiversity with a Kinabatangan River cruise at Travel Write Asia.

Beautiful Sandakan, Borneo, Malaysia. Pic: Steven888, Creative Commons.

This article was part of a publication for Tourism Malaysia. If you enjoyed this article and would like to find out more about travelling to Malaysia, please visit the Tourism Malaysia website.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

satyam November 15, 2012 at 3:08 pm
Mary Goh Wai Ching November 14, 2012 at 11:08 am

Hi Mridula, I was impressed even with just few photos and articles which you shared with us in your blod. I am from Asian Biodiversity Center. We are a non-profit organization which is funded by state government to create and manage an interactive website to promote Malaysia’s biodiversity. We will be very much appreciated if you could share some of your photos and articles with us in our website to create public awareness as well as info sharing with the public. You can simply log in to our website at http://www.asianbiodiversity.com and sign up for free to upload your photos. Alternatively, you may also send us your photos for our admin to upload onto the website. You supoort is greatly acppreciated. Should you require further clarification, please feel free to contact me at marygoh@biodiversity.com/ +603-80251603. Thank you very much.

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Niranjan November 11, 2012 at 1:16 pm

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