The Kinabalu Park is Malaysia’s First World Heritage site. The area is approximately 75,370 ha of land which includes parts of 3 districts of Sabah; Ranau, Kota Belud and Kota Marudu. To put into perspective, the park is bigger than Singapore (said some on Google).
Kinabalu Park, houses 2 mountains which are Mt Kinabalu (highest in Malaysia) and Mt Tambayukon (3rd highest). The Mountain is the anchor tourism product in this area. It also serves as a playground for scientists and researchers due to its accolades of: covering 6 types of vegetation zones from lowland rainforest to alpine scrub, hence it was dubbed the center for plant diversity for South East Asia.
The Park offers an abundance in flora and fauna sighting. Here are some things to do:
1. A visit to the Botanical Garden
2. Nature Trails
3. The Summit Trail