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Full Day Kinabalu Park Tour
"Your day will begin with a pickup from your hotel lobby at 7:30am and head to Kinabalu Park. A ride that traverses through the Crocker Range with panoramic views of the surrounding hills. The journey will bring you at least 2 hour drive with an air-condi you can catch the magnificent sight of Mount Kinabalu South East Asia’s highest peak. The Kinabalu Park is a World Heritage Site with incredible mega bio-diversity of flora and fauna a heaven for nature enthusiasts. Along the way you will be passing through the local villages handicraft shop and fruits orchard just next by the main road.Upon arrival at the park join a guided nature walk along one of the various trails of the park to learn and discover the flora. Enjoy the refreshing and cooling air away from the busy ""
From $65.00
 
Kinabalu Park Canopy Walkway and Poring Hot Springs Full-Day Tour from Kota Kinabalu
"Begin your nature experience with a comfortable pickup from your Kota Kinabalu hotel. The drive will take you across the mountainous Crocker Range with panoramic views of the countryside and soaring hills. Catch a magnificent glimpse of Mt Kinabalu with its jagged granite peaks towering above one of the most biologically diverse areas in teh world. Upon arrival at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kinabalu Park enjoy a guided trek along one of its many trails to discover this natural wonder that offers a glimpse into the fascinating and often unique world of plant and animal life. Walk along the 100 feet-high canopy walkway giving you a spectacular view of the Borneo rainforest. Afterward relax as you enjoy a lunch of local Malaysia delicacies. Then be taken to the Poring Hot Springs where you may continue unwinding with a soothing and invigorating dip into its natural hot springs. End your tour with a drop-off at your Kota Kinabalu hotel."
From $82.00
 
Day Trip to Mount Kinabalu Poring Rainforest
"Our driver will collect you from your hotel around 7:30-8:30am and travel north traversing across the Crocker range for about 2 hours to the base of Mt. Kinabalu. The mountain stands at 13435ft (4095 meters) and is the highest mountain between the Himalayas and New Guinea.  En-route we stop by roadside stalls for a chance to mingle with the native Dusun villagers. Learn more about their life from the produce they sell such as local fr enjoy a walk in the mountain garden to learn about the unique plants such as the carnivorous nepenthes orchids and ferns. Be amazed by the different plant structures that have evolved in enabling them to survive in the tropical rainforest. Proceed for another 45 minutes to the eastern boundary of the park. Here the montane oak-chestnut forest gives way to the lowland dipterocarp forest.  Trek uphill 30 minutes for an opportunity to witness life in the treetops as you walk along a Canopy walkway located 100 feet above ground level. You will see the you may opt to dip your feet in the hot springs which is known to be therapeutic for the skin due to its sulphuric content or visit the nearby village reserves to view the largest flower in the world the Rafflesia which is at your own expense.Please note that there has been instances the canopy walkway have closed for maintenance. If the walkway closed
From $79.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Taman Negara Kinabalu

Climbing Mount Kinabalu (Mesilau Trail)

Mount Kinabalu (4095.2 m) summit climb can be achieved in a comfortable two days climb. The climb to Low's Peak does not require any technical skills. However, a clean bill of health is strongly...
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kelnsha
Mar 23, 2007

Take your time, don't rush

Take your time to climb up Mount Kinabalu. Don't rush as there is no prize for the first to reach the top. Enjoy the scenery, plants, take photos and be happy. This is why people came in the first...
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victorwkf
Aug 29, 2003

View of Mount Kinabalu from Kota Kinabalu

Even when you are at the city of Kota Kinabalu, you can have a very good view of the imposing structure of Mount Kinabalu, especially during the mornings and evenings when there are less clouds.
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victorwkf
Feb 10, 2005

Look out for interesting plants & flowers

There are lots of interesting plants and flowers which change with the different zones of the mountain. You can spot pitcher plants along the path.
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victorwkf
Sep 10, 2002
 
 
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