Maliau Basin is Southeast Asia’s 'Lost World', an area almost the size of Singapore, home to one of the most diverse collections of flora and fauna on earth.
Located in the southern region of central Sabah, just 30 miles from the Indonesia border, Maliau Basin has remained largely untouched due to its inaccessibility. Researchers in the park over the last 20 years have spotted Sumatran rhino, Asian pygmy elephants, clouded leopards, orangutans and several species of monkey.
Due to its remote nature, fitness certificates are required for the four night visit to this region. Accommodation is in camp dormitories with shared facilities.
Map of Maliau Basin
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Places near Maliau Basin
- Danum Valley 43 miles away
- Deramakot Forest Reserve 44 miles away
- Garama Wetlands 48 miles away
- Kinabatangan River 76 miles away
- Sepilok 93 miles away
- Sandakan 96 miles away
- Kinabalu National Park 98 miles away
- Mount Kinabalu 100 miles away
- Sipadan, Mabul & Kapalai Islands 102 miles away
- Kapalai Island 111 miles away
- Kota Kinabalu 112 miles away
- Manukan Island 117 miles away
- Gaya Island 118 miles away
- Tabin Wildlife Reserve 121 miles away
- Mataking Island 123 miles away
- Brunei 155 miles away
- Mulu National Park 161 miles away
- Miri, Niah Caves & Lambir Hills National Park 223 miles away