Sabah sits near the northern end of the gigantic island of Borneo. The island, which is the third largest in the world and covers a land area of over 740k square km (287k square mi.), is split between Malaysia and Indonesia. While Sabah sits on the Malaysian side, the landscape appeals much more Indonesian. It has many islands lying offshore, many of which are picked up in this amazing drone video by contributor Jack Shirley: Sulug, Manukan, Mabul, Pom Pom and Sibuan.