The mountain garden is open from 9.00am to 4.00pm everyday. Visitors can visit the garden and roam by themself at anytime during the opening hours, however a conducted guided tour through the garden with Sabah Park's interpretation guide are scheduled at 9.00am , 12.00 and 3.00pm.
Kinabalu Park had been designated as Malaysia's first World Heritage Site in the natural site category in December 2000. The declaration was made at the World Heritage Conference in Cairn Australia.

Kinabalu had fulfilled two criteria which justified for inscription.  Criteria (ix) and (x): The site has a diverse biota and high endemism. The latitudinal and climatic gradient from tropical forest to alpine conditions combine with precipitous topography, diverse geology and frequent climate oscillations to provide conditions ideal for the development of new species.

The Park contains high biodiversity with representatives from more than half the families of all flowering plants. The majority of Borneo's mammals, birds, amphibians and invertebrates (many threatened and vulnerable) occur in the Park.

Full Itinerary


0900hrs – Depart early morning and journey from your hotel on a leisurely drive, stopping at Nabalu, to meander at the local fruit and vegetable stalls and perhaps shop for handicrafts. Drive on then to the Kinabalu National Park, some 1500m above sea level on the slopes of impressive Mount Kinabalu. .  It showcases lowland, montane, and alpine vegetation on a scale unrivalled elsewhere in the world. You’ll see rare butterflies and vegetation, and if you’re lucky you’ll catch a glimpse of the largest flower in the world, the Rafflesia!    Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage site, Kinabalu Park is one of the world’s most important biological sites. Dinner and overnight stay in Kinabalu Park.


Wake up as early as 0600hrs to catch the sunrise. Appreciate the imposing beauty of Mount Kinabalu before your very eyes as it is slowly surrounded by the clouds. After breakfast, enjoy the refreshing and cooling air as you proceed for an educational walk along the nature trails in the Botanical Garden. Kinabalu Park boasts an estimate of 4,500 species of plants which include 1,500 species of orchids, 77 of which are endemic to Kinabalu. The park also supports 289 species of birds and 290 different types of butterflies. Visit the Mountain Garden and Exhibition Hall. You can have the option to explore the trails around Kinabalu Park. Today's lunch and dinner will be at restaurant in Kinabalu Park.

Note: There are many trails in the park itself, if you wish to do more jungle walk, please get advice from the park ranger


The national park in the shadow of Mount Kinabalu has an intertwined network of jungle trails to explore alone, or with that you may choose to brave on your own or with a guide.  Daily guided walks by the Park are scheduled, ideal for the less adventurous who would rather refrain from exploring the various marked trails on their own. Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage site, Kinabalu Park is one of the world’s most important biological sites You can have the option to explore the trails around Kinabalu Park. Today's lunch will be at restaurant in Kinabalu Park. Afterwards a brief stopped at the Park HQ to receive the World Heritage Site Certificate before departing back to your hotel in Kota Kinabalu City.

1400hrs, pick up from Park HQ and transfer back to your respective hotels/resorts.

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What's included

Includes:         Hotel Pickup & Drop off, Accommodation at Hill Lodge Cabin (or similar) Land Transportation (Seat-In-Coach), Meals as Stated, English Speaking Guide/Driver, Entrance Fees to Kinabalu Park,

Excludes:        Tipping (Optional), Beverages, Any Items Not Mentioned

 Departure: Daily – Morning | Duration: 3D2N | Meals: 2B; 3L; 2D / Accom: KNP lodge


A guide walk through the nature trail with Sabah Park's interpretation guide are scheduled to begin at 11.00am everyday.
(Venue: Starts from the Kinabalu Multipurpose Hall)

Video show title; A Beacon of Biodiversity is scheduled at 2.00pm everyday and at 7:30 pm on weekends. (Venue : Mini-theatre at basement of Liwagu visitors center)

A Briefing for climbers to Mount. Kinabalu is also conducted by SSL Naturalist at 6.00pm everyday.

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