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Sabah is ranked as the highest aquaculture producer in Malaysia in terms of metric tonnes (209,248 metric tonnes valued at USD$120 million), and second in marine fish landing in terms of metric tonnage (179,718 metric tonnes valued at USD$258 million). In 2019, Malaysia produced 411,782 metric tonnes of aquaculture valued at USD$790 million.
Cold chain logistics suppliers can also take advantage of Malaysia’s well-recognised Halal certification by setting up a packaging base in one of Sabah’s industrial parks.
Sabah offers multiple industrial parks with sound infrastructure, strategic location, and accessible logistics to facilitate manufacturing activities across a variety of sectors. Currently, the state is expanding its port infrastructure to capitalise on its location in the Brunei Indonesia Malaysia Philippines-East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) region, opening opportunities to service the larger Asia-Pacific production base whose increasing population and incomes are stimulating a growing market for goods and services.
From beaches to mountains to rainforests, Sabah offers endless investment opportunities in tourism. The state’s large and growing tourism market offers significant opportunities for investment across a wide range of tourism activities and sectors. Its strategic location in the Northeast corner of Borneo, coupled with its tropical climate, rich cultural heritage, and reputation for hospitality has made Sabah a favourite vacation destination for millions of world travellers.