Tabin Wildlife Sdn. Bhd.

Operates and promotes Tabin Wildlife Resort in Lahad Datu. Tabin Wildlife Reserve (originally registered as Silabukan and Lumerau forest reserve from 1950's) established in 1984, is an enormous dipterocarp rainforest landscape in the eastern part of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo with a most diverse range of flora and fauna. Tabin was declared a wildlife reserve (TWR) with a protected forest area of 120,500 hectares. Three largest mammals of Sabah, namely Borneo Pygmy Elephant, Sumatera Rhinoceros and Tembadau are found within Tabin. Go for jungle-trekking and night safari. Tour categories include day trip, overnight trip, Tabin edunature and promotion. Accommodation types include river lodges, hill lodges, eco tented platform (ETP).
Notes:   Available in English and Japanese versions.

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