Sabah Tourism introduces sensory travel experience.

Kota Kinabalu, Aug 19 2020 – Sabah Tourism Board Communications and Digital team has curated an audio to give listeners a chance to explore Sabah using their senses and power of imagination.

The Sabah Sensory launched today on Sabah Tourism’s YouTube page, will guide listeners through a series of sound from various locations and events around Sabah. Local travellers can envision the various possibilities for their ultimate holiday in Sabah. From the calming sound of the South China Sea waves to the mysterious sounds of the world’s oldest rainforest, the sensory travel experience aims to evoke interest and introduce Sabah in a different manner.

“Our team is always looking for a creative way to promote Sabah. This sensory experience will elevate listeners’ experience in a uniquely interactive way by igniting their imagination. They can enjoy a glimpse of the wonders they can anticipate when visiting Sabah.” explained Noredah Othman, General Manager of Sabah Tourism Board.

“Last Saturday, we successfully organised the first virtual telecast of 75th Sandakan Memorial Day service live from the Sandakan Memorial Park to allow our Australian and British visitors, especially those with close attachment to the event, a chance to be part of the memorial service.”

“Despite the challenges, we will continue with our ongoing efforts to bring our fans closer to our land, either virtually or via another interactive way possible. Visual senses are undeniably more appealing to the audience, but playing with our other senses is fun too. The sensory audio will make ‘travelling’ to Sabah more accessible than ever, and those from near or far will be able to enjoy a sense of Sabah” she added.

Sabah Tourism invites readers to ‘teleport’ themselves to the enchanting land of Sabah, Borneo by experiencing the Sabah sensory travel experience available on their Youtube page. For best listening experience, Sabah Tourism recommends listeners to experience the sensory audio using headphones.



Further information please contact:
Elsie Maria
(Assistant Communications Manager)

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

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