Sabah, Malaysia.

Bohey Dulang Island 

 The island of Bohey Dulang is located 23km northwest of Semporna in the Sulu sea, within the Tun Sakaran Marine Park. Bohey Dulang is of volcanic origin and is mostly mountaineous. It is surrounded by a coral reef and crystal clear seawaters. Bohey Dulang has beaches on its western and eastern sides. On the western side of the island there is a jetty which leads to some buildings dedicated to marine biology research. A small path leads to a viewpoint on top of the island (about 200m above the sea level) with nice views of the nearby islands. Together with Bodgaya, Bohey Dulang probably is what is left of the rim of a collapsed volcano.

    Borneo Sabah, Island Life

Sabah is one of the 13 member states of Malaysia, and is its easternmost state. It is located on the northern portion of the island of Borneo and known as the second largest state in the country after Sarawak, which it borders on its southwest. It shares a maritime borders with the Federal Territory of Labuan on the west and Philippines to the north and northeast. While land border also share with the province of North Kalimantan of Indonesia in the south. Here, you find pristine beaches with unique islands that look like mushrooms sprouting out from the sea.

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