Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Tabin 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 because of the large numbers of animals species inhabiting its forest, including several which are highly endangered. With a protected forest area of 120,500 hectares, Tabin plays an important role as a dedicated ground for the breeding of endangered wildlife and protected mammals in Sabah.

With this background, it is no wonder that Tabin has been heralded as the finest wildlife viewing area in Borneo. The three largest mammals of Sabah- the Borneo Pygmy elephant, Sumatran Rhinoceros and Tembadau are all found within Tabin.

Tabin Wildlife Resort offers visitor facilities and accommodation within the wildlife reserve to provide a comfortable stay whilst experiencing the spectacular Borneo flora and fauna.

Tabin offers a unique way to experience the unfolding excitement of adventure, and the opportunity to spot some of the wildlife that exists here. Nowhere else can you have a better chance of catching such memorable moments of Borneo as in Tabin.