- Sabah is located near the northern portion of the island of Borneo
- It's Capital is Kota Kinabalu (aka, border of Kalimantan, Indonesia).
- also known as 沙巴 or The land below the wind
- Sabah is the second largest state in the country.
- There are also a total of 23 districts in Sabah.
- Has a population of 3,120,040 [as of 2010]
- Cities in the are includes Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Tanwu, Lahad Datu, Keningau, Semporna and Kudat; being ranked from highest population to lowest.
- Sabah has a size of 73,619 square kilometers
- The western part of Sabah is generally mountainous. (eg. Mount Kinabalu, Mount Tambuyukon, Mount Trus Madi)
- Sabah’s economy is dependent on lumber, rubber, cacao and tourism.
- The climate throughout all of Sabah is considered equatorial (temperatures never get extremely hot, nor do they get extremely cold)
- The climatic conditions are different in areas such as the highlands when compared to costal areas.
- The hottest time of the year is between May and September
- Humidity is fairly high year round.
- Main factor to consider when planning a trip to Sabah is the season. (Only two seasons are distinguishable, which are rainy and dry)
- The rainy season in most of Sabah is from October to February.
-The rest of the year is considered the dry season.
- It is the ranked 20 as one of the most prominent peak.
- 4095 meters high.
- Not the highest mountain in southeast asia