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Tawau, Malaysia Overview

Tawau formerly known as Tawao, is the third-largest town in Sabah after the Kota Kinabalu City and Sandakan town, on the south-eastern coast of Borneo in Malaysia. It is located on the east coast of the island in the administrative centre of Tawau Division which surround by the Sulu Sea in the east, Celebes Sea to the south at the Cowie Bay and shares a border with East Kalimantan (now North Kalimantan).

Tawau is located at the south-east coast of Sabah surround by the Sulu Sea in the east, Celebes Sea to the south and shares a border with East Kalimantan (now North Kalimantan). The town is located approximately 1,904 kilometres from the Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur while only 540 kilometres from the capital of Sabah. The main town area can be divided into three sections, such as Sabindo, Fajar and Tawau Lama (Old Tawau). Sabindo is a plaza, Fajar is a commercial area while Tawau Lama is the original part of Tawau. Almost 70% of Tawau area has been identified as high hills and mountainous.

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Weather

Tawau has a tropical rainforest climate under the Köppen climate classification. The climate is relatively hot and wet with average shade temperature about 26 °C (79 °F), with 29 °C (84 °F) at noon and falling to around 23 °C (73 °F) at night. The town sees precipitation throughout the year, with a tendency for November, December and January to be the wettest months, and February and March become the driest months. Tawau mean rainfall varies from 1800 mm to 2500 mm.

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