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Kinabalu National Park was one of Malaysia’s first national parks, and is now a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site. On this private day tour you will learn all about this outstanding natural preserve, with its thousands of species of flora, fauna, and bird life. Join the park’s naturalist on a guided walk, and enjoy other informational activities, such as an audio-visual show. Lunch at a local restaurant included.
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Wildlife lovers won’t want to miss three Borneo signatures: orangutans, sunbears, and proboscis monkeys. See them all in just a day on this small-group guided tour from Sandakan with lunch. Watch orangutans feeding at the Sandakan Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre; pop next door to the Bornean Sunbear Conservation Center; finish at the Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary. You arrange internal flights from Kota Kinabalu; your guide looks after the rest.
Spend some time deep in the jungles and wetlands of Malaysia, well away from the hustle and bustle of the city, on this full-day getaway. Spend the morning visiting the uninhabited Pulau Tiga, the setting of the very first season of Survivor. Explore the jungle, enjoy a rejuvenating bath in a mud volcano, and go snorkeling in the South China Sea. In the afternoon, head to the nearby Klias Wetlands for a cruise through the lush mangrove forests. Look out for proboscis monkeys, crocodiles, and many more native critters!
See the highlights of the west coast of Sabah without the hassle of a hiring a car on this full-day guided tour. Kinabalu Park, Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the focus of the tour. Meet some of the 5000 vascular plant species, 300 bird species or 100 lowland mammals that make this national park their home. Swing by the Poring Hot Spring, where locals consider the sulphuric mineral waters have therapeutic properties, before returning to Kota Kinabalu.
See orangutans in their natural habitat and get a chance to visit many of the top attractions in Sepilok Sandakan with this day tour. After visiting the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and watching a feeding, you'll head out to explore town, with stop at a local restaurant for lunch. Highlights include time in Central Market, the Sim-Sim Water Village, and the Puh Jih Syh Buddhist Temple.
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Kota Kinabalu is close to downtown and is a very quiet island, so you can feel like a private beach, and the surrounding environment is so well maintained that you can see the clear sight even when enjoying snorkeling. Enjoy various snorkeling points and get Free hammocks, sunbeds and kayaks! ----------------- ITINERARY ----------------- •09:00 Meeting at hotel lobby •Getting ready for Dinawan Island Hopping Tour •First-class snorkeling and kayaking •Current knowledge lunch •Secondary snorkeling, kayaking •Free time after meal •15:30 Go to hotel * Schedule may change depending on local situation
We love to let you decide what sort of pampering you'd like! From getting a shiatsu to getting your nails done. It's all included and we can ensure you leave here feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. We also offer in-house treatments if you're too tired to leave the comforts of your hotel or house. With every treatment, we offer a free 25 minute sit-in a sauna and a shower to help you feel relaxed before your treatment even starts! All within your price range.
Kinabalu Park is Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site. Also the Centre of Plant Diversity for South East Asia, the Park boasts more than 5,000 vascular plant species and the Park has no shortage of fauna as well, being home to some 90 lowland mammal species and many others. A visit to Kinabalu Park will never be perfect without swinging by Poring Hot Springs. Situated 40 kilometers (25 miles) slightly northeast from the Parks HQ, Poring is located in the lowlands—a contrast to the Parks HQ. De-stress and soak away the sores and aches of your muscles in the spring’s hot sulphuric minerals, deemed to have healing properties and very popular among the locals.
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