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 thriving destination for jungle trekking and four-wheel drive excursions. Nature lovers can trek to the Rafflesia sites and spend a night camping amidst the greenery. Crocker range Park is about 13km or a 30 minutes drive from Keningau town.

Opening hours: 8.00am to 5.00pm

Sipadan Island
Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park

Malaysia first UNESCO World Heritage Site


Standing majestically at a height of 4,095.2m, Mount Kinabalu is the highest peak in South East Asia. It is situated in the Kinabalu Park, a wonderland of ecological treasures covering some 754 sq km.

The diversity of plant life in Kinabalu Park ranges over four climatic zones. Over 5,000 types of flowering plants including 1,200 species of orchids, 26 species of rhodendrons, over 80 species of fig trees as well as 60 species of oak and chestnut trees are found here. About 100 species of mammals and 326 species of birds are also known to reside in the sprawling park.

Ascending and descending Mount Kinabalu’s summit takes two to three days, depending on the weather and one’s fitness level. There are two popular trails to the peak, one from Timpohon Gate and the other from Mesilau. Climbers can ascend up to Laban Rata at an elevation of 3,273m and spend a night at the rest house before setting off to the peak early the next morning. Climbers must register at the park head office.

Opening hours: 7.00am – 5.00pm (park Office)

Gude and porter services are avilable.

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