|Duration||Approx 10 hrs 30 min|
|Meal||Lunch (Chinese Cuisine)|
|Tour Fees||Adult RM250|
|Group Size||Minimum 2 person(s)|
|Note||Driver cum guide|
|For 7 person above, we have driver with guide|
|Depart from Hotel|
|10:45||Poring Hot Springs, Canopy Walk|
|15:30||Leave the park|
|17:30||Return to hotel, Dismiss|
Major Scenic Point:
(1) Nabalu Village
A small town located near the foot of Mount Kinabalu to buy some local fruits & handicrafts.
(2) Poring Hot Springs
The prime attraction here is the Hot Springs. First developed by the Japanese during World War II, pipes are inserted into several open-air Japanese-style baths. For visitors with more time there are graded paths leading through rich lowland forest to the mountain, rivers, waterfalls and the tumbled bat caves. Visitors often see birds and wildlife along the trail. The hot springs' water contain sulphur, which have health as well curative properties for skin diseases.
(3) Canopy Walk
The Forest Canopy walkways is constructed high up in the forest canopy for use by scientists to conduct research. With magnificent views, tourists can walk on it, seeing new insights into the canopy. On the ground, humans are characteristically regarded as hunters and are feared. Therefore, rarely animals like to be seen. Artificial lighting at night will be used to observe species not active by day.
(4) Botanical Park
At the park, one can find the world's biggest flower, the Rafflesia which if you are lucky, you can see in bloom. Also, an orchid garden containing most of the native species and a butterfly farm are some of the attraction at the park.