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Located within Tabin Wildlife Reserve, this lodge has 20 timber bungalows and is ideal for viewing rare and endemic birds, where the combination of low canopy and good light makes them easy to see.

Ten timber bungalows with en-suite bathroom, ceiling fan and private balcony overlook the Lipad River, with another ten higher up the hillside. All are linked by boardwalks to the central complex and the resorts activities include jungle walks on trails of varying degrees of difficulty and a visit to a mineral-rich mud volcano.

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This accommodation is located in:

Tabin Wildlife Reserve

This reserve occupies more than 122,500 hectares of a peninsula, surrounded by oil-palm plantations. The lowland forest contains many animals, some of which are highly endangered, as well as over 250 bird species. The mineral-rich mud volcanoes attract wildlife and there are many trails to explore.

  • Where: Sabah State
  • Ideal for viewing: clouded leopard, orangutan, proboscis monkey, pygmy elephant, Sumatran rhino
  • Excellent for: Orangutan watching, Birdwatching