A region of Malaysia in northeast Borneo. Sabah was a British protectorate, originally controlled by the British North Borneo Company, from the late 1800s until it became part of Malaysia in 1963.
(place) State of Malaysia, occupying NE Borneo & several offshore islands, including Labuan: formerly, until 1963, a British colony (called North Borneo): 28,460 sq mi (73,711 sq km); cap. Kota Kinabalu.
A state in eastern Malaysia located at the Northern part of the Borneo island with the main city Kota Kinabalu as its capital.
British North Borneo Or SabahSabah is the name applied by the natives to certain portions of the territory situated on the north-western coast of the island, and originally in no way included the remainder of the country now owned by the British North Borneo Company.
In Sabah you can snorkel, dive and maybe get the chance to see green turtles in the marine park.
Sabah stick insects are one of the smaller types of stick insect.
High-speed boats operate along the rivers of Sabah and especially Sarawak, where they are the most important lifeline to the interior.