Scuba Diving in the Semporna Archipelago, Sabah
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A strong enticement for diving devotees, a submerged outing around Sipadan - an oval molded island on the highest point of the maritime summit is a smooth criminal. The whales, reef sharks and manta rays and the ocean turtles will give you company in the waters.
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The Malaysian surf on the eastern bank of its Peninsula can stand the swells of Indonesia on any given day. Surf breaks around Cheratin and in the waters off the Tioman keep up a steady stature of around 5 to 6 ft, in this manner making it sufficiently safe for the beginners and sufficiently gullible for more venturesome surfers.
Hitch Hiking to the longhouses of the Kelabit Highlands, Sarawak
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The chance to meet the tribes of Borneo and stay in their ethnic longhouses is the key motivation to trek into the foggy insides. Headhunters would have been gone; yet associating with the tribes here gives a valuable understanding into the diminishing indigenous societies of Malaysia.
Snorkeling in the reefs of the Perhentian Islands
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These built up tropical islands off the eastern shore of the promontory, baits in the snorkelers from over the globe. On account of their wide extends of sand and deep corals. The submarine life is even more a rich smorgasbord of colorful sea animals.
Conquering the Mt Kinabalu, Sabah
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This overwhelming, epic, steep granite cliff, towering at around 4095m soars over the Northern Borneo. The essential prerequisite of the two-day climb is, that you should be pushing your cutoff points and mushes have the passion for reaching out to the summit. The enchanted vistas over the Philippines on a sunny day, makes you ignore the cry of fatigued thighs.