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The Danum Valley Conservation Area 丹农谷保育区

The Danum Valley Conservation Area comprises 43,800 ha (108,186 acres) of virgin forest. It is a vast reserve of lush tropical lowland forest rich in Sabah's unique flora and fauna. The area has been recognised as one of the world's most complex ecosystems.

In 1986 the Sabah Foundation, entrusted with the conservation of the Danum Valley established the Danum Valley Field Centre, a tropical rainforest research and environmental education station. Accommodation at this centre is exclusively for researchers and scientist on assignment. If you wish to visit the centre you need to obtain permission from the Sabah Foundation at their Lahad Datu office.

But Danum Valley's wonders are accessible to the public. Located another 35 km from the Danum Valley Field Centre is the Borneo Rainforest Lodge, established in 1994 to cater specially for visitors to Danum Valley and offering luxurious accommodation and exciting excursions in the equally luxurious and exciting environment of Danum Valley. Built with local timber and river stones, the chalets, or "sulap," are designed after the traditional Sabah Kadazandusun dwellings.

The journey to Danum Valley is by air and land. You most probably will have to take a flight from Kota Kinabalu to Lahad Datu in the morning, and then travel another 2 hours overland before you reach the prestigious Borneo Rainforest Lodge.

丹农谷保育区含盖43,800公倾原始森林,是热带雨林低地藏有沙巴独特的动植物生态,此地获得世界公认收录全球最丰富复杂的自然生态。

1986年,沙巴基金局设立丹农谷研究中心进行保育委托,专事热带雨林研究并成为环境教育站,谷内住宿只供科学研究员住用,有意浏览丹农谷的人士必需向沙巴基金局设于拿笃办事处征询许可。

丹农谷开放供大众住足点座落在距离丹农谷研究中心35公里处的婆罗洲热带雨林宿屋(Borneo Rainforest Lodge),这座采用本地木材、河石依照沙巴卡达山原住民文​​化设计,于1994年开业专为浏览丹农谷的游客提供住宿,游客同样可以享受到丹农谷引人​​入胜的远足乐趣。

游客可以通过空路或陆路抵达丹农谷,首先于早晨从沙巴州首府亚庇市乘搭飞机前往拿笃,然后乘坐2小时的车程前往婆罗洲热带雨林宿屋,展开一场让您流连忘返的大自然之旅。
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Madai Caves - Lahad Datu

Madai Caves is another important place for birds' nests.The village at the entrance of the largest cave comes alive twice a year when the Idahan community comes to harvest the birds' nests"

Madai Caves is another important place for birds' nests.The village at the entrance of the largest cave comes alive twice a year when the Idahan community comes to harvest the birds' nests from various parts of the caves. It is a special communal event, almost like a festival.The harvesting is a dramatic event with the men risking their lives to prise precious nests from the cave roof. Nowadays, the harvesters are hired. The Idahans have held their rights to the Madai Caves for over 20 generations.

To visit the caves, permission must be obtained from the Idahan elders. Visitors may visit the District Office in Lahad Datu town to make prior arrangements for entrance permission on their behalf.

马带洞─拿笃

马带洞是盛产燕窝的主要地点,每年两季由伊达汉原住民采取燕窝。对于伊达汉族群而言采取燕窝是一大盛事,采集者冒着生命危险攀登洞顶采取燕窝,拥有世代相传20代的特权,时至今日采集者成为原住民受燕商聘用的特殊专职。

访客必需先行征询并取得伊达汉族长老的许可,同时也可以先赴拿笃县议会办公署进行代询安排。
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Tabin Wildlife

Tabin Wildlife Refuge is a nature preserve in Sabah, eastern Malaysia, on the island of Borneo. It was created in 1984 to preserve Sabah抯 disappearing wild animals. Occupying a large part of the peninsula forming the northern arm of Darvel Bay, it is located 48 kilometers east of Lahad Datu.

Tabin Wildlife Reserve (TWR or Tabin) comprises a rectangular area of approximately 122,539 ha. in the centre of the Dent Peninsula, north-east of Lahad Datu town, south of the lower reaches of the Segama River and north of the Silabukan Forest Reserve. It can be reached via sealed and gravel roads from Lahad Datu in about 40 minutes. The reserve is covered with lowland dipterocarp forest. Tabin has been declared a Wildlife Reserve primarily on account of the large number of animals inhabiting it's forests, some of which are highly endangered. The three largest mammals of Sabah, namely Asian Elephant, Sumatran Rhinoceros and Tembadau are all found within the reserve; nine species of primate are present, as well as three species of cats all of which are on the protected wildlife list. Of birds species, 42 families representing 220 species have been recorded.

The land belongs to the people of Sabah. It is under government ownership and has Reserve Satus. The Wildlife Department of Sabah is the custodian of the animals in the reserve. The Forestry Department of Sabah is responsible for the tress in Tabin. In 1998, the Government has privatized eco-tourism programmes for Tabin and over the last few years, increasing numbers of tourists have been coming to the reserve. Among activities permitted in the reserve are jungle trekking, wildlife viewing, photography and filming. Natural mud volcanoes are an important natural attraction for wildlife seeking salt, and these have become a bonus for visitors to see wild animals.

踏宾野生动物区

踏宾野生动物区是沙巴东马大自然保育区,于1984年划定保育面临灭绝的野生动物,位于拿笃东边48公里,占地大约122,539公倾,南向西加末河流,北距拿笃40分钟车程。收育三大奇珍哺乳动物:亚洲象、苏门答腊犀牛和Tembadau;9种灵长猿猴、3种猫类动物生态以及42族220种鸟类。

这片野生奇珍动物保育地是沙巴人民共同拥有的天赐珍宝,被政府列为保留地,由森林部管理,1998年政府私营化自然生态旅游项目到访踏宾的游客人数逐年提增,访客可以进行远足、观看野生动物、摄录等活动,此处火山岩浆亦是独特卖点。

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