Sabah: Places of Interest

Mount Kinabalu, Kinabalu Park

Standing majestically at a heiger of 4095.2 m, Mount Kinabalu is the highest peak in Southest Asia. It is situated in Kinabalu Park, a wonderland of ecological treasures covering some 754sq km.
Opening Hour: 7.00am – 7.00pm (Park Office)
Admission fee:
RM3 Adult, RM1 (below 18 years)
Non Malaysian
RM15 Adult, RM10 (below 18 years)
Guide and porter services are avaiable.
Tel: 088523500 (Sabah Park Main Office) 088889095 (Sabah Parks Office, Kinabalu Park)
To Climb Mount Kinabalu, reservations must be made through:
Sutera Sanctuary Lodges
G15, Ground Floor, Wisma Sabah
Tel: 088 243 629 Fax: 088 259 552
Poring Hot Spring, Kinabalu Park
After a visit to Kinabalu Park, make a trip to the Poring Hot Spring to soothe away your aches. Poring Hot Spring is situated about 40km from Kinabalu Park Headquaters. The main attractions here are the natural hot spring and a 157.8 metre-long canopy walkway is a ‘must’ for visitor to Poring Hot Spring as it affords a commanding view of Borneo rainforest. Don’t miss the butterfly farm, orchid convervation centre, topical garden and Rafflesia site.
Opening Hours: 7.00am-6.00pm daily
Conversation fee:
RM3.00 Adult, RM2.00 18-12 years,
RM1.00 below 12 years
RM15 Adult, RM10 Child 
Canopy Walkway:
Opening hours: 8.00pm-4.00pm daily
Malaysian: RM3.00, Non-Malaysian RM5.00
Croker Range Park, Keningau
A massive range of forest-clad ridges, Crocker Range stretches from Mount Kinabalu to the border of Sarawak. This protected area has no modern facilities and is a thriving destination for jungle trekking and four-wheel drive excursions. Nature lovers can trek to the Raflesia sites and spend a night camping amidst the greenery. Crocker Rang Park is about 13KM or a 30 minute drive from Keningau town.
Admission fee:
RM3 Adult, RM1 (below 18 years)
Non Malaysian
RM10 Adult, RM6 (below 18 years)
RM5 (Adult), RM3 (below 18 years)
Tel: 0198620404
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