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A World Heritage Site, Mount Kinabalu is well-known for its tremendous botanical and biological species biodiversity with plants of Himalayan and Australasian origin.

Kinabalu Park was established as one of the first national parks in Malaysia in 1964. It is also Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO in December 2000 for its ‘outstanding universal values’ and the role as one of the most important biological sites in the world, housing more than 4,500 species of flora and fauna – including 326 bird species, an estimated of over 100 mammal species and over 110 land snail species.

Located on the west coast of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, Kinabalu Park covers an area of 754 square kilometres surrounding Mount Kinabalu, which at 4,095.2 metres, is the highest mountain on the island of Borneo. Kinabalu Park is one of the most popular tourist spots in Sabah and Malaysia in as a whole. Thousands of visitors come to Sabah annually to climb Mount Kinabalu and to experience the mystical beauty of its nature.

Kinabalu Park was discovered by British colonial administrator and naturalist, Hugh Low in 1895, during a serendipitous expedition from Tuaran to Kundasang. Sir Hugh Low is also the first recorded man to reach the peak of Mount Kinabalu and the highest peak of the mountain – Low’s Peak – is named in his honour.

A complete Borneo experience
If you can only visit one place on Borneo that exemplifies the island to its very best, then it has to be Mount Kinabalu. No visit to Borneo is complete without a trekking expedition to the summit of Mount Kinabalu.

Memories to last a lifetime
Be sure to bring a camera when you’re climbing, or even a fully charged phone so that you will be able to capture each moment and commit them to memory.

Soreness
A great conquest means nothing without a bit of post-victory soreness! You will be too sore to walk for the next few days, but hey, you did it! Bravo!

A sense of accomplishment
Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in Southeast Asia and is one of the most popular ‘bucket list’ destinations in the world. Conquer the mountain give yourself a hard-earned pat on the back!

Beautiful sceneries to enjoy
Mount Kinabalu is blessed with beautiful flora and is one of the ecologically richest in the world. Don’t forget to drink in the beautiful sceneries while you’re climbing up!

A great workout
The average trek up from Kinabalu Park to Panalaban takes approximately five hours on average and burns more than 1,000 calories for an average person. What is a better workout than this?

Activities at Mount Kinabalu
Ascending Mount kinabalu requires no specialized mountain climbing skills but it pays to be fit. Locals begin climbing the mountain from the age of three. The trail to the highest peak winds along the southern side of the mountain. It is an 8.5 kilometre (5.25 miles) trek to the top. For most people, from a 9 month-old baby (carried by father) to an 83 years-old New Zealander, the journey takes two days. However, champion mountain runners at the annual Mount Kinabalu International Climbathon, proclaimed the “toughest mountain race in the world”, have been known to complete the run up and down the mountain in less than 3 hours!

The terrain stretches upward from lowland rain forest to montane forest, cloud forest and sub alpine meadow, before finally reaching a crown of bare granite. Only at Mount Kinabalu can you eat breakfast in a lowland rainforest, lunch in a cloud forest, and enjoy dinner in a subalpine meadow!

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