ABOUT SABAH, MALAYSIAN BORNEO
Sabah is located in the Northern tip of Borneo island and is one of the thirteen states in Malaysia. Blessed with it nature diversity and rich culture, it is also home to the country’s first UNESCO World Heritage site, the Kinabalu Park where one of the highest peak in South East asia, the Mount Kinabalu is located. It is also famous for its world’s top dive site, the Sipadan Island and many other nature wonders.
Being a maritime country close to the equator, Malaysia and Sabah has uniform temperature throughout the year. Although the days are frequently hot, the nights are reasonably cool everywhere. The mean daily temperature ranged between 26.3 and 29.8 degree celcius. It is extremely rare to have a full day with completely clear sky even in periods of severe drought. On the other hand, it is also rare to have a stretch of a few days with completely no sunshine. These climatic conditions complemented with a variety of seaside signature courses to traditional inland layout offering a perfect golfing holidays for low-handicappers and the social golfers.