Kinabalu Park Botanique
Discover the ineffable beauty of Malaysia's first World Heritage Site - Kinabalu Park is home to some of the 24 species of flowering rhododendrons, 10 species of carnivorous pitcher plants, estimated 1,400 species of orchids, over 600 species of ferns, more than 40 species of oak trees and over 300 species of birds. The park also houses the highest point in South East Asia, Mt Kinabalu which stood at 4095m.
- Drive 2 hours overland (88 km) through paddy-fields and Dusun villages over the ridges of the Crocker Range to the foothills of Mt. Kinabalu at 5,000 ft
- Short stop at a roadside stall to savor local fruits
- At Kinabalu Park World Heritage Site, visit the Education Centre and Mountain Garden
- If time and weather permits, take a guided walk on one of the trails in the cool surrounding to observe the montane forest before returning to Kota Kinabalu
Additional surcharges will apply for pick-up and drop off outside Kota Kinabalu city area.
What to Bring
- Bottled water, insect repellent, hat, walking shoes, raincoat
- Tours, transfers, lunch, entrance fees and English speaking guide
- Camera fee and items not mentioned
Book for more than 20 people, contact us directly
Pick-up is from your hotel at Kota Kinabalu.