Explore Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Malaysia’s largest wildlife reserve, Tabin Wildlife Reserve occupies a vast rectangular area of about 122,500 hectares covered with lowland dipterocarp forest in north-east of Lahad Datu town, Sabah. Founded 1984 to preserve disappearing wild animals in the region, a visit to this reserve offers visitors a high chance of wildlife spotting such as the illusive clouded leopard, pygmy elephants, gibbons, macaques, orangutans, plus a lot of reptile and bird species. This expansive reserve is also home to the highly endangered Eastern Sumatran rhinoceros but you're unlikely to see them as they are kept away from visitors. All in all, Tabin Wildlife Reserve is an unmissable stop for any wild adventure seekers, animal activists, or photography aficionados who are looking out for a true experience of rainforest adventure in Borneo.