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Poring

Poring is a small tourist resort in Sabah, Malaysia. Located 40 km south-east of the Kinabalu National Park Headquarters, in the district of Ranau, Poring is situated in lowland rainforest, contrasting with the montane and submontane rainforest of Kinabalu National Park. The name Poring comes from a Kadazandusun word for a bamboo species found in the area.

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List Of Schools In Sabah - National Schools - Primary Education: Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK)
... Inanam SK Malawa, Inanam SK Pomotodon, Inanam SK Poring-Poring, Inanam SK Ruminding, Inanam SK Tobobon, Inanam Keningau SK Ansip Keningau, Keningau SK Binaong ... Tenghilan, Tuaran SK Pekan Tuaran, Tuaran SK Penimbawan, Tuaran SK Poring, Tuaran SK Pukak, Tuaran SK Rangkalau Baru, Tuaran SK Rangkalau Lama, Tuaran SK Rugading, Tuaran SK Selupoh, Tuaran SK ...
Long-tongued Nectar Bat - Biology and Ecology
... Pontianak and in July at Tawau Hills and Poring ... Five other males netted at Tawau and Poring in July had enlarged testes indicating they were sexually active ... and from June to July subadults (n = 24) were netted near the forest edges of Tawau Hills and Poring including the mangrove swamp at Samunsam Wildlife ...
List Of Bats Of Borneo - Bats of Sabah
... Cave Chironax melanocephalus Sepilok Balionycteris maculata Poring, Kota Kinabalu, Madai, Tawau, Poring Aethalops alecto Kinabalu, Crocker Eonycteris spelaea Gomantong, Sukau, Segama ...
Poring - Features
... Poring Orchid Conservation Centre With 1,200 species of orchids found with Kinabalu Park, the centre has the largest collection of Sabah's endemic orchids ... Kipungit Waterfall Kipungit Waterfall is a 30-minute walk from Poring Hot Springs ... Waterfall, which is a 90-minute walk from Poring Hot Springs ...

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    The eye by long use comes to see even in the darkest cavern: and there is no subject so obscure but we may discern some glimpse of truth by long poring on it.
    George Berkeley (1685–1753)