Kinabatangan River is home to long-nosed proboscis monkeys, elusive Orangutans and shy pygmy elephants. Here, you can go on a river safari, short jungle walks or just relax in nature. While wildlife sightings are not guaranteed, the concentration of wildlife here makes it one of the best places in Malaysia to spot wildlife in their natural habitat.
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Is Kinabatangan River closed due to COVID-19?
The Malaysian state of Sabah, where the Kinabatangan River is located, is currently under a temporary lockdown from October 3rd to October 16th, 2020. With a possibility of extension. Arrival, departure into the state is not allowed, and movement within the state is highly restricted.