Sabah combines protected jungles with tropical islands spread in the South China, Sulu and Celebes Sea. Jungle retreats, hundreds of kilometers of coastline and some of the world’s best diving spots feature in the East Malaysian state too. Throw in the chance to see wild orangutans, fireflies and carnivorous flowers. Sabah is the pearl of Borneo with countless ecotourism activities and beach retreats. Visitors encounter unmatched biodiversity along jungle trails and have the chance to scale Malaysia’s tallest mountain. Crazy Tourist explores the 24 best things to do in Sabah for nature, beaches and islands.