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Sabah, known as the land below the wind, lies on the island of Borneo, sharing the island with
Sarawakm Brunei and Kalimantan Indonesia. Interstinglu, the word, 'Sabah' in Malay means patience,
and these two monikers are quite apt for the atmospheric peace and tranquility of the landscape,
made up of rainforests, mountains and pristine coasts formed over sea eons.
Compared with the Western peninsular, the East is less developed and poorer, though it has most of the country’s most natural resources such as oil, gas and timbre. Unfortunately, with the rapid industrialization of Malaysia, large areas of rainforests have disappeared, and much of the diverse indigenous tribes have been displaced as a result. Recently, the proposed coal plant project on the Tun Sakaran Marine Park, where the coral triangle is found, was scrapped to the relief and joy of many Malaysians.