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INTRODUCTION

Maliau Basin Conservation Area, 58,840 ha, also known as Sabah’s Lost World is a huge bowl of pristine forests described as one of the few remaining relatively untouched wilderness areas in the world.

Bounded by a formidable escarpment reaching over 1,675m above sea level, the almost circular Basin, one of Malaysia’s finest remaining wilderness areas, encompasses 390 kmΒ² of pristine forest, a virtually self-contained ecosystem, never permanently inhabited and with large areas still remaining to be explored and documented.

The whole Basin is a single huge water catchment, drained by only one river, the Maliau River, which flows out through a gorge in the southeast of the Basin, joining the Kuamut River and eventually the Kinabatangan, Sabah’s largest and most important river.

Recognizing the uniqueness of the area, in 1981 Yayasan Sabah voluntarily designated Maliau Basin as a Conservation Area, for the purposes of research, education and training, along with Danum Valley Conservation Area further to the east.

In 1997, Maliau Basin Conservation Area was upgraded by the Sabah state government to a Class 1 Protection Forest Reserve, providing legal status as a protected area, and extended to its present size of 588.4 kmΒ² by incorporating forested land to the east and north of the Basin. Buffer zones surrounding the whole Conservation Area also add to its protection.

The Sabah State Government has approved the World Heritage Site (WHS) nomination of Maliau Basin together with Danum Valley and Imbak Canyon as a single heritage site which will be called DaMaI, an abbreviation of Danum Valley, Maliau Basin and Imbak Canyon.

IMPORTANT MILESTONES

1947 – First described in print, light aircraft narrowly missed the cliffs of the northern rim
1960 – Geological/soil survey teams passed nearby
1972 – Forestry Dept team conduct inventory work at Lake Linumunsut
1976 – First recorded attempt to enter the Basin, failed, unable to conquer the northern rim
1978 – Follow up survey by Forestry Dept at Lake Linumunsut area
1980 – Sabah Museum team attempted western rim, failed due to Malaria and lack of supplies
1981 – YS sent teams to northern rim by helicopter to cut rentis and construct helipad
1982 – Preliminary survey team enters the Basin
1984 – YS designated the Area as Conservation Area
1997 – Gazetted as a Class 1 (Protection FR)
1998 – Gazetted Forest (MBCA) Rules 1998
2006 – Eucalyptus Camp Scientific Expedition jointly organized by Yayasan Sabah and Academy of Sciences Malaysia
2007 – Official Opening the Shell Maliau Basin Reception and Information Building at MBCA Security Gate
2011 – Official Opening of the Maliau Basin Studies Centre by YAB Prime Minister of Malaysia
2012/2013 – Review of MBCA Strategic Management Plan 2003-2012 (Collaboration between Yayasan Sabah and NEPCon, Denmark with Funding from Aage V. Jansen Foundation)
2013 – MBCA Wildlife & Resource Survey; MBCA Stakeholders Workshop

MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVES
  • Protection of biodiversity in all its forms;
  • Promotion of research on intact ecosystems and on the disturbance and recovery of logged ecosystems;
  • Promotion of education and training in conservation, natural history, ecology, forestry and related sciences;
  • Promotion of appropriate recreation and nature tourism where this does not conflict with other priorities; and
  • Integration of conservation, forestry and nature tourism in and around the reserve to create a model sustainable forest management area.

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Woww !! For the outdoor legs, the offcial Maragang Hill now has a new platform and the route has been upgraded. The usual scenery, Mount Kinabalu in front of my boss’s eyes !! SUPERBB !!! 😍

For visitors who come to Kundasang, make Maragang Hill your leisure destination for a family. Travel distance is only 2km away. Suitable for different ages. Best !!

Oh yes! Best of all, Maragang Hill’s starting point is just a 2-minute walk from our homestay. Best of you best? 😍

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MALIAU BASIN – Borneo’s lost world!

Maliau Basin has earned the nickname β€œSabah’s lost world” for good reason. The first expeditions into this remote basin occurred as recently as 1988 and it remains very much β€œoff the beaten path” to this day. Visitors willing to take up the challenge of hiking to it’s numerous stunning waterfalls are rewarded with a rich and diverse habitat of vine-clad old-growth forest as well as numerous wildlife spotting opportunities. It’s worth noting that the forest and jungle in Maliau Basin are so dense that larger wildlife will be harder to spot than in areas such as the Kinabatangan River but there will still be plenty of unique flora & fauna on display! Much of the area is still unexplored and whilst over 2000 species of plants and animals have been discovered, many more remain a secret.


Maliau Basin can be reached from either Kota Kinabalu or from Tawau, our standard itineraries are inclusive of transport from / to Kota Kinabalu but alternative arrangements can be made on request (extra costs may apply). The journey into the basin and to the field centre where you will spend the first night is by 4X4 and you will also get a chance to join a night 4X4 safari on your first evening. Subsequent days you will be trekking 5 to 8 hours per day between camps deep in the heart of the basin with your forest ranger and nature guide. Visitors must be physically fit and must also have travel insurance covering helicopter evacuation. Part of the beauty of Maliau Basin is that there are no high end resorts here, basic accommodation & meals are provided at jungle camps throughout the trek immersing you further into the green heart of the basin. This truly is a stunning and unique trip for the adventurous traveller – a not to be missed opportunity of a lifetime to visit somewhere truly off the grid!

The full 5day 4night
Itinerary

Day 1
Pick up in Kota Kinabalu or Tawau at around 7am for Maliau Basin via Keningau (please pack breakfast because this is not included). Enjoy the scenery of Crocker Range as you climb over the pass to Keningau and at about 11am, arrive at the Shell Maliau Basin Reception and Information Building (Maliau Security Gate), and continue on to Maliau Basin Study Centre (MBSC) for another hour. Upon arrival, stretch your legs, register and enjoy lunch. Check-in and relax before embarking on an introductory walk surrounding the centre. Along the way, learn about the biodiversity of this amazing area and proceed on a longer walk if you wish. Return to centre before dark and enjoy dinner at 7pm. After dinner, go on 4×4 night drive to spot nocturnal wildlife.

Day 2
Wake up early for breakfast at 7am and at 8am, depart for an hour drive to Agathis Camp on 4×4. From here, you will embark on your 7.5km journey to Nepenthes Camp (average duration 5hours), stopping for lunch along the way. Upon arrival at Nepenthes Camp, settle in and relax before exploring the surroundings – climb a 33metre high observation platform for a different perspective of the area. At about 2pm, you have the option to hike a further 3-3.5km per way (average 2-3hours) to the Giluk and Takob Akob Falls for a refreshing dip in its water. Return to Nepenthes Camp before nightfall for dinner.

Day 3
After an early breakfast, continue today’s 7km trek to Ginseng Camp (average duration 5hours) along lowland Dipterocarp forests, lower montane forests and heath forests on undulating trails. Discover the different forest areas including the amazing pitcher plants in the heath forests areas and fan palms in the montane forests. Enjoy lunch along the way or upon arrival at Ginseng Camp. Relax and settle-in, and proceed to Ginseng Falls that is about 15 minutes walk away if you wish. Return to camp before dark and enjoy dinner before lights out.

Day 4
Wake up early for breakfast and at 8am, depart to Maliau Falls on a 4.8km hike per way (average duration 2-3hours). Spend the entire afternoon at Maliau Falls, the most famed and undisputed jewel of all the waterfalls in the Maliau Basin – swim, eat lunch and take in the beautiful surroundings. At about 2pm, return to Ginseng Camp on the same trail, arriving back before dark. Relax and enjoy dinner before lights out.

Day 5
Early breakfast at 7am before hiking 9km (average duration 6hours) back to Agathis Camp, enjoying pack lunch along the way. Upon arrival at Agathis Camp at about 1-2pm, hop onto 4×4 for the 1 hour transfer back to the centre before switching vehicle for the remainder of the drive to Kota Kinabalu. Expected arrival in Kota Kinabalu is at about 8pm.

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PASS OF RIGHTS IF FLIGHT DELAY.

Should you ever feel if flight delay is it? There are some cases that happen when airlines cancel your flight without explanation.

For your information, the Malaysian Aviation Commission has issued Malaysia’s Flight Consumer Protection Code 2016 on June 30, 2016 with the aim of protecting the rights of users of aviation services in Malaysia.

In this Protection Code, among the key points that are clarified and what we need to know is:

1. If passengers are not allowed to board the aircraft.

In this case passengers should be offered free of charge ie food, limited telephone calls and access to the internet. Passengers should also be offered a stay at the hotel when accommodation for one night or more is necessary. In addition, transportation from the airport to the hotel should also be provided.

2. For flight delay for two hours or more.

Passengers should be offered free of charge, food, drinks, limited telephone calls and access to the internet according to reasonable conditions with waiting time.

3. For flight delay for five hours or more.

Passengers are to be offered free of charge at the hotel when accommodation for one night or more is necessary. In addition, transportation from the airport to the hotel should also be provided.

4. If flight is canceled.

Passengers should be offered a choice between payment of compensation within thirty days, of the full cost of the ticket at the purchase price including tax and fees OR offered a change of route, in comparable transport conditions.

Source: First Schedule, Malaysian Aviation Consumer Protection Code 2016.

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