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Kinabatangan River - Malaysia

The Kinabatangan River is in Borneo and flows 560km from the Crocker Range in the southwest of Sabah to the Sulu Sea in the east. It sustains one of the world's richest ecosystems in the surrounding areas and is known for its remarkable wildlife and fascinating habitats such as limestone caves at Gomantong hill, dryland dipterocarp forests, riverine forest, freshwater swamp forest, oxbow lakes and salty mangrove swamps near the coast. From Kampung Abai near the river mouth of Kinabatangan River, on to the major village of Sukau and further up river, the lower Kinabatangan offers an opportunity to see a large range of wildlife including Borneo's unique proboscis monkeys, the wild Orang Utan, Bornean Pigmy elephants, crocodiles, otters, bears, wild cats and countless rare and beautiful birds such as hornbills and the Oriental Darter.