One of Malaysia’s most popular tourist destinations and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historic preserve was established in 1964 to protect the land surrounding Mount Kinabalu, the tallest mountain on the island of Borneo.

Known as a paradise for nature lovers, Sabah is home to the much beloved Mount Kinabalu. Kinabalu Park has around 5,500 plant species (with a variety of orchids and pitcher plants), about 326 bird species, and more than 100 mammals. We are proud to have Kinabalu Park featured in Forbes as being one of the top national parks to visit in Malaysia.

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