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Also known as The Land Below the Wind, Sabah is the second largest state in Malaysia is situated at the northern part of the island of Borneo, the third largest island in the world.

Sabah is a haven for divers, golfers and nature lovers. It is home to the highest mountain in Southeast Asia, and the largest flower in the world. Not only is it rich in natural beauty and resources, but also in the cultural heritage of its people. There are over 30 different ethnic races and over 80 local dialects spoken in Sabah.

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Also known as Land of the Hornbills, Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia and is situated in the northwestern coast of Borneo.

Sarawak is a popular destination for nature lovers. It is home to ancient rainforest canopies, the largest flower in the world, squirrels and snakes that can glide through the air, mouse deer the size of kittens, pitcher plants that eat insects and even relish the occasional small mammal. It's no wonder that people come to Sarawak for trekking, caving, and mountain climbing.

There are 27 distinct indigenous ethnic groups and 45 different languages and dialects spoken in Sarawak.

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Labuan Federal Territory

Labuan Island is located off the west coast of Sabah. It is located on the major shipping and air routes of Southeast Asia.  Labuan is a Malaysian Federal Territory comprising a cluster of seven islands, of which Pulau Labuan is the largest.

Labuan Island is one of three duty-free islands in Malaysia, thus all goods sold over here are free of Malaysian tax.  In 1990, to further bolster the island’s status, Pulau Labuan was designated an international offshore financial centre.

Aside from financial services, Labuan is also a hub for the oil and gas industry, providing refining and support services to rigs scattered on the western seaboard of Borneo.

It is a famous destination for wreck diving and international deep-sea fishing.

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