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Luxurious underwater living – Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, Sabah

Named after Malaysia’s first Prime Minister, this cluster of five islands – Gaya, Manukan, Mamutik, Sapi and Sulug – was gazetted as Sabah’s second national park in 1974. Popular among divers and ecotourists, the park’s relatively shallow waters are filled with an abundance of corals and aquatic species – perfect for snorkelling and diving for beginners. Each island features a different collection of flora and fauna, with Pulau Gaya being the largest and most colourful of the five.

Must Do

  • Go swimming, snorkelling or diving in the clear turquoise waters

  • Indulge in a variety of watersports, such as parasailing and jet skiing

  • Go island-hopping

Who To Contact

Phone: +6088-553 500 / 523 500

Fax: +6088-486 434

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