The complete land territory of Sabah is almost 73,904 square kilometers (28,534 sq mi) encompassed by the South China Sea in the west, Sulu Sea in the upper east and Celebes Sea in the southeast. Sabah has an aggregate of 1,743 kilometers (1,083 mi) coastline, of which 295.5 kilometers (183.6 mi) have been eroding. Because of Sabah coastline confronting three oceans, the state get a broad marine resources. In 1961, Sabah including neighboring Sarawak, which had been remembered for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) through the cooperation of the United Kingdom, became joint partner individuals from the IMO. Its selective financial zone (EEZ) is a lot bigger towards the South China Sea and Celebes Sea than to the Sulu Sea. The state coastline is covered with mangrove and nipah backwoods. The mangroves cover around 331,325 hectares of the state land and comprise 57% of the all out mangroves in the country. Both seaside territories in the west coast and east coast are altogether ruling by sand sea shores, while in protected zones the sand was blended in with mud. The northern zone of Tanjung Simpang Mengayau has a kind of pocket beach. The zones in the west coast has a huge freshwater wetlands, with the Klias Peninsula has an enormous region of flowing wetlands and a wetland community known as the Kota Kinabalu Wetland Center was assigned as a Ramsar site in 2016. The western piece of Sabah is by and large bumpy, containing three most elevated pinnacle. The principle mountain ranges is the Crocker Range with a few mountains fluctuating range from around 1,000 meters to 4,000 meters. Neighboring the Crocker Range is the Trus Madi Range with Mount Trus Madi, with a tallness of 2,642 metres. The most noteworthy pinnacle is the Mount Kinabalu, with a stature around 4,095 metres. It is one of the most noteworthy top between the Himalayas and New Guinea. While found not a long way from Mount Kinabalu is Mount Tambuyukon, with a stature of 2,579 metres.
Crocker Range, the fundamental mountain ranges in Sabah, a piece of the Crocker Range National Park. JejakPedia.com
These mountains and slopes are navigated by a broad organization of waterway valleys and are by and large covered with thick rainforest. There are lower scopes of slopes reaching out towards the western coasts, southern fields, and the inside or focal piece of Sabah. The focal and eastern segment of Sabah are for the most part lower mountain ranges and fields with intermittent slopes. In the east coast found the Kinabatangan River, which is the second longest stream in Malaysia after Rajang River in Sarawak with a length of 560 kilometres. The waterway starts from the western ranges and snakes its way through the focal area towards the east coast out into the Sulu Sea. Other significant streams including the Kalabakan River, Kolopis River, Liwagu River, Padas River, Paitan River, Segama River and Sugut River, notwithstanding Babagon River, Bengkoka River, Kadamaian River, Kalumpang River, Kiulu River, Mawao River, Membakut River, Mesapol River, Nabawan River, Papar River, Pensiangan River, Tamparuli River and Wario River.
The place that is known for Sabah is situated in a tropical topography with central atmosphere. It encounters two rainstorm periods of upper east and southwest. The upper east storm happens from November to March with weighty downpours, while the southwest rainstorm wins from May to September with less rainfall. It likewise got two between rainstorm season from April to May and September to October. The normal every day temperature differs from 27 °C (81 °F) to 34 °C (93 °F), with a lot of downpour from 1,800 millimeters to 4,000 millimetres. The seaside territories once in a while experience serious tempests as the state is arranged south of the hurricane belt. Due to its area is exceptionally near the tropical storm belt, Sabah experience the most noticeably awful Tropical Storm Greg on 25 December 1996. The tempest left in excess of 100 individuals dead, with another 200–300 missing, 3,000–4,000 individuals left homeless. As Sabah additionally exists in the Sunda Plate with a pressure from the Australian and Philippine Plate, it is inclined to tremor with the state itself have encountered three significant quakes since 1923, with the 2015 seismic tremor being the most recent serious earthquake. The Crocker Ranges along with Mount Kinabalu was framed since during the center Miocene time frame in the wake of being elevated by the Sabah Orogeny through compression.