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Beaufort is the capital of the Beaufort District located in Sabah, Malaysia. The town was named after Leicester Paul Beaufort, a former British Governer. Some of the interesting attractions here are Starcevich Memorial Stone, Klias River Cruise and Klias Wetland Adventures. End your day at some of the best Beaufort hotels that can be found here.

Popular hotels in Beaufort

LOBBY The Gem Hotel Beaufort
Block J, Lot 66-73, Ground Floor, 1 Beaufort Commercial Centre, Beaufort, Bahagian Pedalaman, Sabah, Malaysia, 89808
When you stay at The Gem Hotel Beaufort in Beaufort, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Beaufort Hospital. This hotel is 11.3 mi (18.3 km) from Membakut Chinese Temple and 17 mi (27.4 km) from Borneo Golf and Country Club.
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Beaufort District is actually located around 90 kilometres away from Kota Kinabalu which is the state capital of Sabah, the land below the wind. It was explored in the year of 1898 and is subjected under the administration of the British Government of the North Borneo Company. This district was named after the name of one of the governor in the British Government of the North Borneo Company, L.P. Beaufort.

Beaufort District covers 1735 kilometre square miles including small district Membakut. The district is bordering with Sipitang district in the South, Kuala Penyu district in the west, Tenom district in the east and Papar district in the north. Majority of the citizens of Beaufort are from the ethnic of Bisaya, Kedayan and Brunei Malay. There are also Murut ethnicity, Chinese, Lun Bawang / Lun Dayeh and Kadazan – Dusun who permanently stay in this district.

Originally Beaufort the town and district was built to help improve the economy of the inlands of Northern Borneo. The economic activity was based on rubber however in World War II it became the site for battle between the Japanese and Australian.

The people in Sabah speak Bahasa Melayu as their main form of communication however they would have a dialect of their own which makes the language a little bit different. Moreover for smaller towns like Beaufort with their own ethnicity, they might have a more different dialect to the whole language.

How to Get There

By Plane

One can take a local flight such as AirAsia or Malaysia Airlines and Firefly and fly to Kota Kinabalu. From there, there will be plenty of taxis waiting outside the airport to get the visitors to Beaufort. It might be costly as the journey will take around 1 and a half hours’ drive.

By Car

One may take the Beaufort Highway if they were to drive from Kota Kinabalu towards Beaufort Town. It is only 95 kilometres far with the driving time of 1 hour and 30 minutes.

By Train

There is a train that brings the passengers from Tanjung Aru towards Beaufort. Tanjung Aru is the station in Kota Kinabalu nearby the Kota Kinabalu Airport. The line is called the Sabah State Railway. It leaves Tanjung Aru town every morning at 7.45 am. The journey will take around 2 hours therefore it will reach Beaufort town at 9.45 am. The train stops here for mid destination before the rest of the passengers precede going to Tenom.

Tourist Attractions

Beaufort Bridge

The Beaufort Bridge is a landmark bridge across Padas River in the state of Sabah, Malaysia. It is a bridge that has been there for some time and it has been maintained for the public use.

Garama Wetland

This place is around 25 kilometres away from Beaufort. It is located in the village of Garama. Here visitors will be able to take the river cruise. It is a leisurely river cruise where visitors will need to have a look out for the famous Proboscis Monkey. The monkey has a prominent feature which is their oversized nose and pot belly.

The mangrove also features palms, scrubs and few other trees that draw in wildlife such as Macaques which is a rare silver Leaf monkey, flying foxes, birds and also water buffalos. The cruise takes around 1 and a half hour. It usually ends around sunset. It is the perfect way to end the cruise as visitors will be able to gaze at the beautiful scenery.

The locals have prepared refreshment places along the river. They prepare local dishes and drinks for the visitors.

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