Have you ever imagined waking up to a fresh sultry morning with birds singing in a rainforest? Dews on the leaves of huge plants and the warmth of hues of the morning light, and there is something crisp and glorious as the sun beams right through those huge trees and leaves. Ah, tranquillity…

Now, dream no more! We proudly introduce you to the Tabin Wildlife Reserve, where your dreams come true! Tabin Wildlife Reserve is a wildlife reserve, created to preserve Sabah’s disappearing wild animals.

We welcome you to witness  the large number of animals inhabiting this forests, some of which are highly endangered. The Tabin Wildlife Reserve is home to the three (3) largest mammals of Sabah – the Borneo elephants, the Sumatran Rhinoceros and the Bantengs and a vast variety of other animals, tree and plants species.

Signature animals:

  • The Borneo elephants
  • Sumatran Rhinoceros
  • Banteng / Tembadau
  • Clouded Leopards
  • Sun Bears
  • Hornbills
  • Orang Utans
  • Proboscis Monkeys

Check out our Photo Gallery!

+Fun Fact
The Borneo elephants, also known as the Borneo pygmy elephants is an endangered species; its population declined by at least 50% over the last three (3) generations. They are shorter & rounder than other Asian elephants & have longer tails.