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Kinablu Park and Hot Springs

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This tour combines Kinabalu Park with a visit to the Hot Sulphur baths. Kinabalu Park was the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Malaysia, designated in 2000. The park covers over 754 square kilometres and is home to over 4,500 species of flora and fauna, including 326 bird and around 100 mammal species. Situated in the northern region of Sabah in Borneo, this park is home to the largest mountain in South East Asia, Mt Kinabalu.  A camera with plenty of storage is a must as there are plenty of photo opportunities on this picturesque tour.

Poring Hot Springs; here there are open-air bathtubs that are fed by a sulphurous underground spring, which you can take a dip in, to relieve tired muscles. You’ll also find a butterfly farm here, that is home to various species. For those looking for amazing views and who have an adventurous streak, take the tree top canopy walk which stands at over 60m high and over 800m long, with three separate canopies to cross. We were only half way through the first canopy when some of us realised we might have a slight fear of heights (including me!) Those of us with wobbly leg syndrome decided there was only one way to go and that was forwards (without looking down).

The Entrance Fees at Poring Hot Spring, Canopy Walk & Kinabalu Park and lunch are included on this tour (beverages at own expense) Please note the camera fee is not included.
 

It is recommended that you bring Insect repellent, a light jacket, raincoat and comfortable walking shoes. This tour is approximately 10 hours long with a departure time of approximately 07:30am