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Park

Mamutik Island

A nice tropical island for swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving.

Kipandi Butterfly Park

The biggest butterflies park in Sabah, and only 36 km away from Kota Kinabalu.

Botanical Garden (Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, 2009)

The Botanical Garden at Lok Kawi Wildlife Park is an excellent place to have picnic, and spend a relaxed afternoon with friends.

Botanical Garden at the far end of the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park is an excellent place to have picnic, and spend a relaxed afternoon with friends. A short walk from the entrance of the Botanical Garden, after passing the Ginger garden, and the Nepenthes Garden, visitors will come to a small area that has six nicely built huts. Tall trees of various species, 30 to 50 feet high, surround these huts. These tall trees also help to filter out most of the sunlight, and only friendly light is allowed to come in, making the temperature at this area much to the delight of the park visitors. The sound from a small stream, with clean and clear water, can be heard running through the area which makes this place even more serene and peaceful. At times the scent or aroma of herbs and plants from the therapeutic garden can be smelt too.

Utan Paradise Jungle Lodge

This is an ideal place to chill and relax, and also a place to rekindle with the wildlife.

Welcome to Utan Paradise Jungle Lodge, a haven of lush green forest and a great place to spot wildlife. Located 68 km from Kota Kinabalu city centre ( about 1hour and 40 minutes drive), the journey to Utan Paradise Jungle Lodge will treat visitors to scenic sights of traditional village houses, green padi fields, and the never ending rolling hills. This journey also passes through the beautiful lagoon at Lok Kawi camp.

Climbing Mt. Kinabalu


mt. kinabalu 

Every year more than 55,000 people from all over the world come to Sabah for one purpose only, and that is to climb Mount Kinabalu, the highest Mountain in Malaysia. Standing at 4,093 metres, Mt. Kinabalu is also the highest Mountain in Borneo Island, the second largest island in the world after Greenland. The areas in and around Mt. Kinabalu have some of the world most diversified fauna and flora, well over 3,000 different spices have being classified to date. In recognition of the importance of this biological role and value, UNESCO has designated Mt. Kinabalu Park as a World Heritage site in the year two thousand.

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