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Pamol is approximately 90 miles from the major city of Kota Kinabalu.
See what local events are taking place in the wider region and visit Kampong Salulong or Tantagan.
Don't forget to make a day trip to Sandakan. It's approximately 40 miles east of Pamol and it boasts some excellent attractions, including Puu Jih Shih Temple, Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary and Rainforest Discovery Centre. Sandakan Rainforest Park and Chinese Cemetery are also cool options if you have time for more.
There are some great ways to experience the outdoors in and around Pamol. Mountain biking and mountain climbing are just two active pursuits that you can choose from.
Tourists who want to see and do it all should think about joining in on a structured activity. Guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours are some of the best options in the region.
If the sun is shining, head down to the water for an exhilarating day of swimming or snorkeling.
To experience the culture of Sabah, head to the region's nature museums.
There isn't a more pleasant way to explore this region than by heading over to its open-air markets.
What's the point of having a vacation without trying some delicious food and drink? Sabah is a wonderful place to treat your taste buds!
Don't depart prior to trying pinasakan sada (braised fish with fruit) and hinava (seasoned raw mackerel).
Perhaps one of the most genuine gestures you can present to the locals is to put in the effort to learn some of their language. Apa khabar? means how are you? in Malaysian. Asal dari mana? is also good to know. It means where are you from.
You should be pleased to learn that the 31st of August is Independence Day, a day of celebration throughout the nation.
When the time comes to make your way home, say one last "Sampai nanti" to all the local characters you have met and think back to all the crazy adventures you had.
If your plans include leaving by plane, remember that the handiest airport is 45 miles to the east.