Visit Sabah’s most popular National Park, the Kinabalu National Park gazetted as a World Heritage Site in 2000. The park covers 754 sq km and is the home to the highest mountain between the Himalayas and Papua New Guinea. Acclaimed to have two thirds of the world’s floras, some of which are endemic to the mountain area only. Look out for the exceptionally rare and beautiful Slipper Orchids. The world’s largest pitcher plant can also be found in Kinabalu Park. Ideal for bird watchers as more than 264 species of birds including migratory birds have been recorded here. Drive past vistas of rice fields and native villages. Participate in the daily jungle walk with a Park Naturalist on guided trails and learn about some of the medicinal plants found along the way. On a clear day, visitors will be able to view the majestic Mount Kinabalu (4,095m) above lush tropical jungles. Learn more of the park’s surrounding at the exhibition hall as your local guide narrates each segment of the park. After lunch, return to Kota Kinabalu in the early afternoon.
BBA-02 KINABALU PARK
0730hrs from city centre / 0800hrs from outside city
Land transportation, lunch & park conservation fees
RM190 per person
Minimum 2 pax to go
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