Kinabalu Park

Kinabalu Park, about 90 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu, is one of the world's most significant natural environments. The park is located at 1,585 metres above sea level and is the main starting point for the summit trail that leads to the top of Mount Kinabalu. It covers an area of 75,370 hectares surrounding Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Southeast Asia with 4,095.2 metres height. Kinabalu Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2000 – the first in Malaysia for its “outstanding universal values” and its role as one of the most important Biological Sites in the world.

The presence of Mount Kinabalu is one of the contributing factors to the wide variety of animal, bird, insect and plant life found in the park. The terrain ranges from lush, green rainforest at the park’s lowest altitudes, while further up the mountain, rhodendron and coniferous forest is prevalent. At the highest altitudes, stunted plant growth and small marsupials survive in a harsh environment. Orchids and carnivorous pitcher plants are among the park’s most famous plants, although they are rare along the park’s most worn tourist trails. However, they are all on display in a botanical walk near the park headquarters where visitors can view some of the area’s most beautiful flora.

The most famous of the pitcher plants endemic to Kinabalu Park is Nepenthes Raja, a giant pitcher plant whose bell can hold more than three litres of water. There are a number of other species of pitcher plants in the park and these can be seen just off some of the tracks in the park. Kinabalu Park is also home to the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia, which blooms exceptionally rarely and only for a couple of days. With a diameter of up to one metres and a potential weight of 10 kilograms, the blooming of the Rafflesia is an event keenly awaited by botanists around the world.

Given the size of the park, there are several activities for you to choose from. Whether you prefer laidback activities or activities that are sure to get your heart pumping, you will find it at Kinabalu Park. Climbing Mount Kinabalu takes about two to three days on average. Thousands of people have done this climb and have nothing but good things to say about it. For those who are not keen on testing themselves on Mount Kinabalu’s slopes, there is still much to enjoy from a visit to the park. Other activities include rappelling, rope ascending, taking a dip in the Poring Hot Springs, Kipungit and Langanan waterfalls, visiting the butterfly farm, and many more.

Huge price reduction. Our top-selling day trip covering both the Kinabalu Park World Heritage Site and the Poring Hotsprings. You won't have time to be bored as you explore the Kinabalu mountain gardens, learning about the fascinating plants all around you and experience Poring hot springs with either a dip at a Hot Springs bath or balance yourself on the treetop canopy walks.
RM 263.00

RM 150.00/pax

A daytrip exploring the Kinabalu Park World Heritage Site and learning about the rich flora including the flowering rhododendrons, pitcher plants, orchids, ferns, montane trees and the multitude of montane birds. Lunch included.

RM 175.00/pax

New, Improved and Highly Recommended! Spend 2 days exploring all the richness that Kinabalu Park and Poring hot springs have to offer including the Poring Hot Springs, one-of-a-kind fish foot spa at Luanti, Kinabalu Mountain Garden, and the World War 2 memorial. You won't be rushed at all this tour as we take our time to thoroughly enjoy Kinabalu Park. Stay overnight in Kundasang and 4 meals included.

RM 696.00/pax

Trek 3km through the forest of Borneo and relive the historical Death March of the Australian and British POWs during the World War II. Complete the tour with a visit to the Kundasang Memorial Park to learn more about the history.

RM 959.00/pax

Conquer South-East Asia's greatest peak, Mount Kinabalu, whilst combining it with a nature guided tour of the surrounding UN world heritage park. Spend the first day sightseeing and acclimatising to the altitude. Start your ascent with our mountain guide on the second day and be immersed in the mountain highland surroundings, staying overnight on the mountain before making your way to the summit early the next morning for a once in a lifetime experience of seeing the sunrise high above the clouds. Return for boasting privileges of conquering one of the world's great mountains.

RM 2100.00/pax

You don't have to go far to be immersed in the numerous birdlife of Borneo. Journey with us bird watching around Kota Kinabalu and afield to Kinabalu Park and Poring Hot Springs. The west coast of Sabah is home to about 350 species of birds, of which around 35 are endemic to Borneo.

RM 3438.00/pax

Explore Sabah's fantastic beauty on a 7 day journey with us, capturing the best parts including the nearby Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park islands, the Mount Kinabalu world heritage areas, turtle watching at Selingan island and round the trip off with 2 nights at the multi-award winning Sukau Rainforest Lodge to experience the wildlife of Borneo.

RM 3898.00/pax

One-off exploratory tour from Kuching to Sukau. Combines a city tour, a visit to Iban longhouses, caves in Mulu, the tropical island in Kota Kinabalu, the cool breeze of the highland at Kinabalu Park and Kundasang, and wildlife adventure in Sepilok and Sukau.

RM 6688.00/pax

16 Days of Birding Extravaganza! Borneo is home to 688 resident and migratory species of birds, 59 of them endemic to Borneo. We pride ourselves in being the Birding Specialist of Borneo with our own in-house specialist Bird Guides. Come with us as we take you through the best of Borneo in search of Borneo's birds including to Kinabalu Park, Poring, Sepilok, Sukau, Tabin and Danum Valley, staying in top-notch locations along the way such as Borneo Rainforest Lodge and a recently recognized National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World - Sukau Rainforest Lodge.

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RM 20411.00/pax