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Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park    Kota Kinabalu,

Named after Malaysia's first prime minister, the Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, called 'TAR Park', is made up of the five islands of Manukan, Gaya, Sapi, Mamutik, Sulug, and the reefs in between. A popular and close day trip for locals and visitors alike, TAR Park is west Sabah's most-visited site. Popular activities include camping, picnicking, swimming, hiking, and snorkeling, though dynamite fishing has destroyed much of the coral. It is still possible to see colorful fish and some of the islands have reefs. The islands vary in size but offer the same activities except for Pulau Gaya, which also has a Filipino refugee stilt village. The village is actually visible from the KK shoreline and perhaps the best place for viewing, as it is a no-go area.

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