Sabah’s Mansuli Valley has archaeotourism potential

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Source: The Star, 22 November 2018

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Source: The Star, 22 November 2018

Source: The Star, 22 November 2018

The little known Mansuli Valley, one of the oldest valleys in Borneo, may soon be on the map of Indiana Jones wannabes.

It is likely to beckon visitors who are keen on archaeotourism or interested in archaeo­logy and historical sites.

Located about 30km from Sabah’s Lahad Datu district, there is evidence that the area was inhabited about 235,000 years ago.

Source: Sabah’s Mansuli Valley has archaeotourism potential – Nation | The Star Online

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Malaysian archaeology exhibition at Sabah Museum

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An exhibition on the archaeology of Malaysia recently opened at the Sabah Museum, highlighting the archaeology of Mansuli, a palaeolithic site that may date as far back as 235,000 years.

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