Discover Kinabalu National Park - the UNESCO World Heritage Site
Malaysia’s first ever UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kinabalu National Park is one of the most popular tourist spots on the west coast of Sabah for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Stretching over an area of 754 square kilometres surrounding Mount Kinabalu with 4 climate zones, this park is a scenic delight of thick rainforest and towering mountains covered in mist, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. If you’re not much for mountain climbing, take your time at the Botanical Gardens where you can see a broad collection of endemic plant species in the region. Alternatively, you can relax in Poring Hot Spring for a soothing sulfur bath or for a little adventure, admire the grandeur of the rainforest along the impressive Canopy Walkway.