Eye on Imbak Canyon

Unique site: The Imbak Canyon Conservation Area consists of a 25km-long valley flanked by forest-clad mountain ranges.

A new research centre makes Imbak Canyon its focal point.

DEEP in the heart of Ulu Kinabatangan in Sabah’s south-eastern region is a canyon valley so remote and inaccessible that it has, for years, remained little-known, even to the people of the nearest village of Kampung Imbak in Tongod.

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