Keningau is a district and major town located in the Interior Division of Sabah, East Malaysia on the island of Borneo. It is the oldest and largest town in the interior part of Sabah. Its population in 2010 were estimated around 173,103.
Places of interest:
Keningau Oath Stone:
A monument erected and officiated on 16 September 1963 granted to the state of Sabah during the formation of the Federation of Malaysia. The monument is currently located in the compound of the Keningau District Office.
The Keningau Regional Library is located in the town and is one of three regional libraries in Sabah, the other in Sandakan and Tawau. All these libraries are operated by the Sabah State Library.
Keningau has features a number of shopping malls. These include Keningau Mall (The first shopping Mall in Keningau), Servay Supermarket, Hiap Lee Supermarket and the old shopping Milimewa 1 and new Milimewa 2. In future, Keningau will the first Interior Division has biggest shopping malls.
The Keningau Sport Complex features badminton, tennis, volleyball and basketball as well as two stadiums for hockey and football. It is just 1 km from Keningau Town. In 2011, Keningau Sport Complex become the host of Sport Sabah (Sukan Sabah / SAGA).