The Tip of Borneo is a rocky headland, a promontory extending into the Sulu and South China seas. The rocks are accessible via a staircase, but to access the sea it is necessary to climb the last few metres. Walking on the rocks requires some skill, because the rocks are quite slippery. The headland is accessible with a paved road which ends in a parking. From the parking it's a 300m walk to a round square on which lies a spherical monument, set up in July 2004. This landmark attracts a good number of tourists, of which most are Malaysian.
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