Beaufort is a name given to a town after a former British Governor L.P. Beaufort and is residing in the Interior District of Sabah in East Malaysia. Beaufort means “The Beautiful Fort” in old French language. The population is comprised of Malays, Chinese, Bisaya and Kandazans. During the era of World War II, the prosperity of Beaufort was to produce rubber but with time and changes it now produces palm oil. The shops and houses are built on high roads to avoid the periodic floods that arise
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