Set off to sensational Sabah

The coastline of Sabah is a paradise of alluring beaches and island retreats. Sabah is the perfect destination for families, couples and singles looking to laze the days away on white sandy beaches, or by the pool of one of the many fabulous resorts in Kota Kinabalu. For the more adventurous, head to the east coast, for some incredible diving.

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The coastline of Sabah is a paradise of alluring beaches and island retreats. Sabah is the perfect destination for families, couples and singles looking to laze the days away on white sandy beaches, or by the pool of one of the many fabulous resorts in Kota Kinabalu. For the more adventurous, head to the east coast, for some incredible diving.

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah’s capital, is home to long sandy beaches, islands, and coral reefs, making it the perfect destination for Aussies looking for a truly relaxing break. Kota Kinabalu also has a number of resorts and high-end hotels that will ensure your stay in Sabah is a luxurious one. The enormous Sutera Harbour is a popular choice for visitors, and its properties are located just ten minutes from the airport and five minutes from the heart of Kota Kinabalu.

With a private beach, views of the sparkling coral islands, and legendary attentive service, Shangri-La's Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa offers the serenity of a secluded tropical Kota Kinabalu luxury resort just 10 minutes away from the centre of downtown Kota Kinabalu.

With its sandy beaches, tropical islands, blue waters, coral reefs, and atolls, Sabah has several dive sites rated to be amongst the top ten in the world.

The majority of diving spots are located on the East Coast of Sabah. The top diving spot is Sipadan Island. As one of the richest marine habitats in the world, divers will relish the opportunity to spot turtles, 3000 species of fish, mantas, eagle rays, scalloped hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, and hundreds of coral species.

For more information go to: www.tourismmalaysia.com.au.





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