The Sabah International Convention Centre (SICC) is set to complete in 2020, comprising state of the art technology and facilities catering to all types of events. Sabah, one of Malaysia’s Greenest State, is rich in natural resources that would entice visitors from all around the world. The large diversity of flora and fauna containing one of the world’s largest and oldest rainforest, accompanied by landscapes with breath taking views will provide astonishing experiences, and capturing the interest of adventure seekers.

Known as the “Land below the wind”, this equatorial state has flourished in development. Blooming in aspects such as infrastructure, accessibility, business and especially tourism. Sabah has a large scale of tourism companies to provide a variation of activities consisting of jungle trekking, mountain climbing, cave exploration, water rafting, scuba diving, snorkelling and sunbathing. Visitation to local markets, cultural villages, and engaging in the local delicacies and traditions have become major attractions, and to top it off, beautiful beaches and mountain resorts to allow people to have a luxurious relaxing escape from the city. Truly allowing tourist to experience the beauty of Sabah’s nature and culture.