Discover a magnificent old rainforest in Danum Valley, Sabah


A view of the forest from Danum Mountain. — Photos: LEESAN

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, went to the thick jungles of Danum Valley in Sabah in 2012.

Dressed in full adventure gear, they strolled around parts of the 130-million-year-old thick virgin forest, and crossed the 300m-long suspension bridge that was flanked by gigantic trees. Occasionally, they were greeted by an orang utan or two, along with a variety of other rare animals and birds eager to “meet” the special visitors.

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