Gayang Village which is located in Tuaran may take around 30 minutes to reach there. This place of interest in Sabah is a Bajau Laut, also commonly known as the Sea Bajau, settlement. These sea gypsies of Sabah lived on boats or in flimsy huts over the shallow waters. Tourists will find this water village rather unique as it is built on stilts bored into the seabed. These rows of fairly longish houses are linked to one another by plank walkways whereby the boats are anchored on the sides. Sampan or canoe is their common mode of transportation. This Bajau stilt village offers tourists a beautiful view. Light refreshment will be served as you arrive. The Mengkabong Village excursion will start around 0915 hrs. Here, you will be given opportunity to catch the crab, learn about plants nearby the village and see the daily life of Sea Bajau people as you will be guided by a local boatman.
Gayang Village to Tuaran Crocodile Farm. Being the largest crocodile farm in Sabah, Tuaran Crocodile Farm accommodates more than 1,000 crocodiles in their newly established (February 2005) tourist attraction on 7 acres of land adjacent to the Sulaman Highway, Tuaran. With more than 50 years of experience, the farm is packed with ample knowledge on crocodile captive breeding and farming, and has an international reputation for producing superior quality raw skins and meat. They are one of the major commercial producers of the species, Crocodylus Porosus (saltwater crocodile) worldwide.