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  • Writer's pictureTania Wee

Witness the Beauty of Sabah

Sabah, the land below the wind is a true indication of how blessed Malaysia is as a tourist destination. To showcase the true essence of the Land Below, vivo Malaysia, in collaboration with Sabah Tourism Board, released a short film titled Visual Xplorer to document the people, their rich culture and the scenic landscapes of the state of Sabah.

The entire 1 minute 27 seconds film was documented with the vivo X70 Pro, the

professional photography flagship smartphone with advanced mobile imaging technology co-engineered with ZEISS.

Directed by local film director Brian Christie, the film takes viewers on a journey to explore

Sabah through various tropes of culture, tribes, food, festivities and nature, capturing moments and memories unheard of from the rich land of Sabah.

“At vivo, we believe in capturing and sharing the joy of humanity through the beautiful moments of people and nature. I am glad we can tell the story of Sabah together with Sabah Tourism Board in this project. The vivo X70 Pro’s mobile photography capabilities can capture Sabah in great detail to immortalise the beautiful landscape and culture of Sabah,” said Mike Xu, Chief Executive Officer of vivo Malaysia.

Sabah is a land rich with its own unique biodiversity and culture. From a great array of travel

options to the friendly hospitality of the locals, the state is full of exciting stories waiting to be told. The video captures some of Sabah’s beautiful places such as Cultural Village, Mantanani Island and Sepilok rainforest Discovery Centre while highlighting local activities.

“We are happy to collaborate with vivo to share the beauty of Sabah. There is more than meets the eyes, and Sabah has more to offer to the world. We hope through the film, people will appreciate the Sabah and create a bigger opportunity to shine Sabah’s story to the world,” said Noredah Othman, Chief Executive Officer of Sabah Tourism Board.

The Visual Xplorer short film can be viewed on vivo Malaysia’s Official Facebook Page and

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