Kopivosian, Selamat Datang and Welcome to Kinabatangan, Sandakan: a Corridor of Borneo’s Rarest and Endangered Species. Kinabatangan River which is the second longest river in Malaysia and spanning over 560 kilometres is one of only two known places on Earth where ten primate species can be found including long-nosed Proboscis Monkey (Nasalis larvatus), Bornean Orang Utan (Pongo pygmaeus), Borneo Pygmy Elephant, Clouded Leopard, The Sun Bear and Slow Loris. Imagine yourself sitting while watching monkey swinging through tree in the jungle, herd of pygmy elephant wander widely searching for food and Buffy Fish owl walking along the edge of the water scouting for fish in one place.
This mystique river is sanctuary to more than 1,056 plant species, 250 species of birds, 50 species of mammal and 20 species of reptile, making it one of the richest ecosystems on the earth. Most of the species in Kinabatangan are rare, endangered and threatened. In effort to preserve the ecosystem, Kinabatangan River was officially declared a wildlife sanctuary in 2006.
Myne Resort is nestled in a small village of Bilit, along riverbank of the majestic Kinabatangan River and distance away from human civilisation. Journey to Myne Resort takes approximately 3 hours and can only be reach through real dirt road and boat – making it an ideal place for those who seek peace and tranquillity, and gateway for nature enthusiasts who loves to explore the incredible flora and fauna Kinabatangan has to offer. The resort offers comfort and privacy with an outstanding service from friendly staffs.