KOTA BELUD -- The Sayap waterfall, located about 32 km from Kota Belud town, has potentials to become a popular destination for tourists in Sabah.
It is an area of great natural beauty with a 50-feet high, three-layer waterfall, and surrounded by a forest with rich flora and fauna that will enthral any visitor.
The uniqueness of its natural surrounding with its fresh and clear air provides just the place for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
Kota Belud Member of Parliament Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan said efforts would be made to promote the waterfall as a tourist destination in the state.
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