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4 Days 3 Nights Kinabalu National park - KK City Tour

An Overview of Kundasang DAY 1 - KOTA KINABALU KUNDASANG
  • Steamboat dinner will be served.
DAY 2 - KINABALU NATIONAL PARK - PORING HOT SPRING KK
  • After breakfast, journey around the Poring Hot Springs to enjoy its hot spring pool and the 157.8m long and 41m high Canopy Walkway.
  • Then proceed to Kundasang Vegetable Market and sight-seeing.
  • Continue tour at Kinabalu National Park.
  • Back to KK for a seafood dinner.

DAY 3 - TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN NATIONAL PARK - CITY TOUR
  • After breakfast, proceed to the Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, which is ideal for snorkeling.
  • Afternoon, proceed to Filipino Market, Centrepoint Shopping Mall and Kota Kinabalu city tour.

DAY 4 - DEPART FROM KOTA KINABALU



   Poring Hot Springs offer plenty of hidden treasures in the area and its surrounding. The hotsprings pools contains sulphuric minerals which can take away sores and aches of muscles and is favoured by climbers returning from harsh climb of Mount Kinabalu. Around the facility, you will find a butterfly farm, an orchid reservation center, a tropical garden, a refreshing waterfall and the irresistable Canopy Walkway.
   The sight-seeing tour around Kundasang bestows its renown Vegetable Market present in a long row of stalls, called "gerai". These stalls are open everyday laden fully with harvests from the farms nearby the valley and delivered to the stalls. Kinabalu National Park is the starting point of climbing Mount Kinabalu and is blessed with astonishing variety of flora and fauna that ranges over 4 climate zones; from rich lowland dipterocarp forest through the montane oak, rhododendron, to the coniferous forests, to the alpine meadow plants, and to the stunted bushes of summit zone.
   From mountains to the coast, bask in the sunlight along Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park. Named after the first prime minister of Malaysia, this park consists five of the world's beautiful islands; the largest is Pulau Gaya, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug. Slip in your shopping gears and stride along the famous handicraft 'island', the Filipino Market. Despite its name, the market sells handicrafts not from the Philipines but from the native Sabahans which produce them mainly for functional rather than for decorative use. Visit also to Sabah's largest shopping mall, Centre Point where top branded retailers set up their business, taking advantage on the main spot of people of all ages leisure.


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Aerial View of KK City
Poring Canopy Walk
Poring Hot Springs Pool
The entrance of Kinabalu National Park
The Hanged Handicrafts in Filipino Market
Manukan Jetty
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park