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For much of the history of the Semporna region on the south-eastern part of Sabah, this region consists of a sleepy town and a few villages with the main occupation being fishermen. This is not the case any more, since the last two decades this region has become the underwater paradise for the state. To protect the marine diversity of this region, Tun Sakaran Marine Park was established in 2004 and managed by the Sabah Parks. This Marine Park has eight islands as well as three large reefs and the park is surrounded by the Celebes Sea. Because of its proximity to the world's reknown Sipadan Island Park, divers, snorkellers and tourists are also taking time to visit this park. If one comes from the Semporna Jetty, this would take about 30 to 45 minutes and covering a distance of 15 to 25 kilometres, depending of which island is the destination.
Paradise Two is one of the best site for snorkelling at Mabul Island. Dense corals concentration provide many living spaces for small fish. Many species of reef fish, including family like Angelfish, Butterflyfish, Anemonefish, and Damsel fish are found here. This is also a popular place to see turtles.
Immerse yourself in rich eco-treasures, right in the heart of Kota Kinabalu.Aquarium and Science Discovery Centre
RM 25 (Adult)
RM 15 (Sabahan)
RM 7 (Child, 3 to 16 years old)
Opening Hours: 10 am to 6pm, Daily. Last entry: 4:30pm
Knowledge is power. Understanding our environment, how nature works, and exploring wildlife habitats are keys to preserving the wonderful world that we know. Hopefully with this knowledge we are able to preserve and pass down the great experience of nature to our future generations. Green Connection at Kota Kinabalu is just the place to learn, as well as to promote the awareness of the nature habitats and wildlife conservation. Visitors will also have a chance to feel and touch some of the marine life and reptiles.
Sipadan Island is Sabah's Jewel of the Ocean. Let make Sipadan Island the new 7 wonders of nature.
Sabah, also known as The Land Below The Wind, is the northern most state of Malaysia. Situated at the northern part of the Borneo Island, two third of Sabah's border is made up of coastal land. The west coast of Sabah is washed by the waters of South China Sea, and the north-Sulu Sea and while the east coast-the Celebes Sea.