Kinabalu Park is arguably one of Sabah’s most popular nature attractions. Visitors come to Sabah to relish the park’s cool, fresh air, soak in the hot water springs or discover unusual plant and animal life. It is also home to the tallest mountain in Malaysia, the Mount Kinabalu.
The park is so diverse, not just in fauna and flora, but also in ways to explore it. Anything is possible – from a short, hour long visit, to spending 3 days or more. It was established in 1964 before the droves of tourists began to visit. Restrictions were put in place, which kept general visitation to only some parts and routes, which to this day has kept human activities in the area to a minimum, while still offering the visitor plenty to see.
In December 2000, Kinabalu Park was designated as Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its “outstanding universal values” and the role as one of the most important biological sites in the world.
Downbelow Marine & Wildlife Adventures’ Kinabalu Park packages, which include accommodation in the park itself, offers a variety of accommodation options. We can tailor your Kinabalu Park program with accommodation that suits your needs and style. Below is a simple guide to what’s on offer.