The Tabin Wildlife Reserve in a 1,225 km natural preserve located in Sabah in Malaysia. The Wildlife Reserve is home to several endangered species and ensures that visitors enjoy sightseeing animals in their original habitat.
The endangered species in the Tabin Wildlife reserve include the Borneo Pygmy elephants and several exotic birds. It also houses several tropical plants which have great medical and therapeutic significance. The Tabin Wildlife reserve has also been crowned the best tourist attraction in Malaysia for three years, the most recent being the Malaysian Tourism Award in 2015.
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