Malaysia is blessed with rivers know for their remarkable wildlife and amazing ecosystem. One such river is Kinabatangan River located in Sabah, eastern Malaysia, particularly on the island of Borneo. It is the second longest river in the country, originating from the mountains of southwest Sabah, down to the Sulu Sea with a length of 560 kilometers.
From limestone caves, mangrove swamps and riverine forest to name a few, who can't get excited with these fascinating habitats? We can also talk about saltwater crocs, Asian elephants, or even Borneo river shark - I'm sure you still won't get enough.
Wildlife enthusiasts will be filled with enjoyment and satisfactions for the things Kinabatangan River can offer. There are so many things to do, so many things to see.