Malaysian Photographer's Nature Shots Of Sabah & Sarawak Look Like Paintings On Postcards
Some of the most untouched and wildly beautiful places in Malaysia!
We recently stumbled upon a Lawas-based photographer's nature shots of Sabah and Sarawak and they're absolutely breathtaking!
Lim Lee has been a professional photographer for more than a decade now and some of his best work feature beautiful, untouched areas in Sabah and Sarawak. Think: fishing villages, mountainous terrains, paddy fields, and sandy beaches.
Here's a list of some of our favourite photos by him, of places like Kota Belud, Bohey Dulang, Lawas, and Punang, among others:
Kota Belud, Sabah - Sprawling hills, vast green paddy fields, and crystal clear rivers
The picturesque town of Kota Belud is located about 70 kilometres from the bustling capital city of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu.
Often described as the cultural melting pot of the Bajau, Kadazan-Dusun, and the Iranun communities, Kota Belud is the perfect stopover if you're heading to Mañana beach, Mantanani or Kudat.
While the town's Sunday tamu - a weekly market offering everything from local delicacies, leafy green vegetables, and unique handicrafts - is usually the most talked about aspect of Kota Belud, Lim's photos let you take a peek into the the scenic, quaint villages in Kota Belud, including Kampung Sangkir and Kampung Tambatuon.
The exotic, dazzling blue waters of Bohey Dulang, Maiga, and Bodgaya Islands
The islands of Sabah need no introduction. The state is blessed with some of the most idyllic and beautiful islands in the world that are absolutely perfect for dreamy vacations.
Lim's photos feature one of the most iconic shots of the Bohey Dulang Island - the view from the peak of the island - among other gorgeous photos of the other islands in the vicinity.
Batu Luang Beach - A slice of heaven, nestled in Kuala Penyu town
The gorgeous beach is located about two hours away from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, and is said to be one of the best sunset viewing spots in Sabah.
The most unique thing about this beach is the bright green algae that grows on the tiny rocks by the beach, which can only be seen during low tides. Lim has beautifully captured the algae formation, bathed in the orange glow of the sunset at the Batu Luang beach.
Punang Village - An idyllic fishing village about 12km from Lawas town in Sarawak
Lawas, Sarawak - Beautifully designed buildings, postcard-worthy skylines, and waterfalls