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GENERAL INFORMATION
Main Towns  

Beaufort | Beluran | Keningau | Kinabatangan | Kota Belud | Kota Kinabalu | Kota Marudu | Kuala Penyu | Kudat | Kunak | Lahad Datu | Nabawan | Papar | Penampang | Pitas | Ranau | Sandakan | Semporna | Sipitang | Tambunan | Tawau | Tenom | Tuaran

Beaufort
Location
Beaufort is situated in the Interior Division, the southwestern part of Sabah. On its west is the South China Sea


Vital population Statistics (1991 census)

Total population: 48,742
Female population: 23,704
Male population: 25,038
 
Malay Population: 10,244
Dusun Population: 1,336
Kadazan Population: 6,286
Bajau Population: 824
Murut Population: 1,196
Other Bumiputera Population: 18,036
Chinese Population: 3,544
Indonesian Population: 3,083
Other Non-Bumiputera Population: 811
 
Total Malaysian Citizen Population: 45,360
Non-Malaysian Citizen Population: 3,382 %
 
distribution of Population: 2.8%
Population Density: 28 per Sq. Km

Source: Yearbook of Statistics Sabah, 1999

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Beluran
Location Beluran/ Labuk & Sugut are situated in the Sandakan Division on the east coast of Sabah. It is the administrative centre for the Beluran District.

Vital population Statistics (1991 census)
Total population: 54,539
Female population: 29,497
Male population: 25,042
 
Malay Population: 1,118
Dusun Population: 6,449
Kadazan Population: 7,324
Bajau Population: 2,727
Murut Population: 69
Other Bumiputera Population: 15,240
Chinese Population: 883
Indonesian Population: 2,941
Other Non-Bumiputera Population: 533
 
Total Malaysian Citizen Population: 37,284
Non-Malaysian Citizen Population: 17,255 %
 
distribution of Population: 3.1%
Population Density: 7 per Sq. Km
Source: Yearbook of Statistics Sabah, 1999

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Keningau
Location
Keningau is situated in the Interior Division, the south western part of the state.
Vital Population Statistics (1991 census)
Total population: 88,456
Female population: 41,370
Male population: 47,086
 
Malay Population: 2,043
Dusun Population: 35,930
Kadazan Population: 2,580
Bajau Population: 1,487
Murut Population: 12,121
Other Bumiputera Population: 3,661
Chinese Population: 6,906
Indonesian Population: 3,263
Other Non-Bumiputera Population: 1,384
 
Total Malaysian Citizen Population: 69,375
Non-Malaysian Citizen Population: 19,081 %
 
distribution of Population: 5.2%
Population Density: 25 per Sq. Km
Source: Yearbook of Statistics Sabah, 1999

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Kinabatangan
Location
Kinabatangan is in the Sandakan Division. It is the administrative centre for the Kinabatangan District.
Places of Interest
Kinabatangan River offers typical tropical rainforest lowland vegetations and ecosystem. The area is wet and humid and the swampy lowlands are home of the proboscis monkeys.

Economic Activities
Plantation agriculture (oil palm), forestry and wood-based industries.

Vital Population Statistics (1991 census)
Total population: 59,072
Female population: 24,255
Male population: 34,817
 
Malay Population: 664
Dusun Population: 2,124
Kadazan Population: 1,693
Bajau Population: 577
Murut Population: 342
Other Bumiputera Population: 15,217
Chinese Population: 850
Indonesian Population: 4,965
Other Non-Bumiputera Population: 545
 
Total Malaysian Citizen Population: 26,977
Non-Malaysian Citizen Population: 32,095 %
 
distribution of Population: 3.4%
Population Density: 3 per Sq. Km
Source: Yearbook of Statistics Sabah, 1999

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