Ranau District

The Ranau District is an administrative district in the Malaysian state of Sabah, part of the West Coast Division which includes the districts of Kota Belud, Kota Kinabalu, Papar, Penampang, Putatan, Ranau and Tuaran. Wikipedia
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Ranau travel – Lonely Planet

Ranau is a collection of concrete shop blocks on the road between KK and Sandakan. There's a busy Saturday night market, but otherwise this a good town for passing through. … The journey will start with a 2.5 hour drive from your Kota Kinabalu city hotel to Sabah Tea Plantation …”
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Ranau – Wikitravel

“Lohan Tandem Paragliding & Paramotor* Come and fly with us at Lohan paragliding park, 5 minutes drive from Ranau town, backpackers accomodation available @ USD10/pax…spectacular view of majestic mount kinabalu, cool climate, fresh air, friendly local!!! for more info plz whatsap +60172936717, price start from …”
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Ranau, Poring or Kundasang? – Kota Kinabalu District Forum

“24 May 2017 Answer 1 of 2: We are family of 5 (3 kids- 13, 10 and 5). We will be visiting Kota Kinabalu in March 2018. Wonder if we planning to stay 2 nights at the hill, which is a better/ suitable area for us between Ranau, Poring and Kundasang? Which area has colder…”
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Ranau Trip Planner • Plan your Ranau vacation itinerary • Inspirock

Ranau is a town as well as a district located in Sabah, Malaysia on the island of Borneo. The landlocked district is situated in the West Coast Division, commencing in the northern part of the Division and continuing in a southerly direction, while bordering the Sandakan Division to the east until it meets the Interior Division …”
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Ranau (Malay: Pekan Ranau) is the capital of the Ranau District in the West Coast Division of Sabah, Malaysia. Its population was estimated to be around 8,970 in 2010. References[edit]. Jump up ^ "Population by ethnic group, Local Authority area and state, Malaysia" (PDF). Department of Statistics, Malaysia. 2010.”
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“Answer 1 of 4: Hi we are a couple and travelling to lupa masa rainforest camp on 7th August from kk airport. What is the easiest mode to travel?Is there anyone looking for a shared taxi. We can share a taxi from kk to ranau as well if someone is interested.”
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Ranau – Wikipedia

“Find great rates on Ranau vacations, Ranau packages, and other Ranau vacation deals on Orbitz. Save more when you book flights and hotels together.”
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Trip from kk to ranau – Kota Kinabalu Forum – TripAdvisor

“Known as Project Dairy Farm, the farm which is about 8 kilometers from the town of Kundasang it has 680 dairy cows keep at Desa Cattle (S) Sdn Bhd, including Friesian breed imported from New Zealand and Australia. At approximately 47 kilometers from Kinabalu Park, Poring Hot Spring which got its name from the tall …”
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Ranau Tour Day Trip – Inbound Tours – Dynamic Tours Travel

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