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INCREDIBLE PLACE IN MALAYSIA: SABAH: PULAU TIGA

 

 

Also known as Survivor Island, Pulau Tiga is another one of Malaysia’s hidden treasures both you and your best friend can explore. This island gained popularity after being featured as the setting location for the TV series Survivor: Borneo but little talk has been said since. The best time to visit Pulau Tiga is said to be during the dry season (April – October) to witness the cuttlefish mating – an interesting sight for a once in a lifetime experience!

Getting There: From Kota Kinabalu, drive 2.5hrs to Kuala Penyu town, then take a 20min boat ride to Pulau Tiga.

 

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