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Posted by on Jun 15th, 2011
Filed Under: Sabah, Wildlife Conservation

It is accessible by highway and takes about 1 hour 30 minutes to get there. You can see an abundance of mangrove tress are found in the Klias Wetland Peninsula. This wetland forest is enriched with vegetation and wildlife such as the Proboscis Monkeys, Long Tail Macaques, Crocodile, Fireflies and many species of Birds.

The building is made of local building materials and can accommodate at least 200 visitors at any one time. The complex houses a Counter Bar and a Souvenir Shop with a good assortment of local handicrafts.

It also has a 30 feet observation tower that enables you to enjoy the sighting of tropical wetland and its rich wildlife across the river banks. The complex has a 500-feet boardwalk with Nipah Atap roofing and a river jetty providing a comfortable river cruise.

Facilities they have is built using Local Materials, Eco-Lodge consist of boardwalk, Bird Watch Tower, Dining Hall, Sundeck, Fish Spa and space for 300 visitors. Multi-media facilities for seminar for seminar etc are available. Incentive group event most ideal. River cruise boat 25-33ft, capacity 16-30 pax on most comfortable seating.

How to get there

By road.

Located about 100 km south of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and accessible by highway and takes about 1 hour 30 minutes to get there.

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