The Malaysia Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, with a total area of 4929 hectares, consists of five unspoilt islands off the coast of Kota Kinabalu and the reefs in between. The islands are only a short boat ride from downtown Kota Kinabalu and have some of the better beaches in Sabah. Of the five islands, only Manukan and Mamutik have accomodation.

01 View of Pulau Gaya island
02 Stilt village on Gaya island
03 Stilt village on Gaya island
04 Stilt village with mosque on Gaya island
05 Fish farm
06 Jetty
07 Houses built on stilts
08 Houses built on stilts
09 Houses built on stilts
10 Manukan island and beach
11 Manukan island and beach
12 Sulug island beach
13 Boat on Sulug island beach
14 Sulug island beach
15 Sulug island beach hut
16 Sand and sea water
17 Sulug island beach and hut
18 Sulug island beach
19 Sulug island beach
20 Mamutik island
21 Mamutik island
22 Mamutik island
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