3D2N KK Experience

                                   Tour Code: Borneo Series/Domestic 02 (2010/2011)

History, nightlife, beach resorts and cultural diversity, you’ll find it all in cosmopolitan Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of Sabah. A chance to get to know the city in general, visit places of interest and learn its historical background. Your trip to Sabah won’t be complete without a trip to Kinabalu Park – M’sia 1st UNESCO World Heritage Site to view the majestic Mt Kinabalu and its scenic countryside. Experience a stroll over forest canopy on a 45 meters high Canopy walkway before having a hot bath at Poring Hot Spring.
Suggested program:
AM - Meet at KKIA and transfer to local air-conditioned restaurant for lunch. Proceed to visit places of interest around the city such as the Sabah Foundation, Likas Floating Mosque, University Malaysia Sabah (UMS), Likas Village, Chinese Temple, Coffee factory, Bird Eye’s view at Signal Hill, City Centre (Filipino Market), State Museum, State Mosque and Tanjung Aru Beach. Transfer to your hotel and check-in. Evening, transfer to local air-conditioned Seafood restaurant for dinner. Proceed to nearby visit Kg Air night market. Return on your own to your hotel for overnight stay.

Breakfast at hotel. At 0730 hrs, drive through hill country to the southern boundary of Sabah’s oldest park and Malaysia’s 1st World Heritage Site. Along the way, photo stop at Nabalu fruits and gifts market ideal for group or family photograph with Mt Kinabalu at the backdrop. Enjoy the cool climate at Kinabalu Park and its sweeping vistas. Experience walking on a hanging bridge from tree to tree and soak in the hot springs believe to have therapeutic benefits for skin care. Lunch will be served at Pine Resort or similar. Return to your hotel in Kota Kinabalu. Evening, transfer to local air-conditioned restaurant for dinner. Overnight stay at your hotel.

Breakfast at hotel. Free at own leisure until your transfer KKIA for flight departure home.

Kinabalu National Park or Taman Negara Kinabalu in Malay, established as one of the first national parks of Malaysia in 1964, is Malaysia's first World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO in December 2000 for its "outstanding universal values" and the role as one of the most important biological sites in the world.
Located on the west coast of Sabah, east Malaysia on the island of Borneo; it covers an area of 754 square kilometers surrounding Mount Kinabalu, which at 4,095.2 metres, is the highest mountain on the island of Borneo.
The park is one of the most popular tourist spots in Sabah and Malaysia in general. In 2004, more than 415,360 visitors and 43,430 climbers visited the Park
The Poring Hot Springs happens to be one of the most popular weekend retreats for locals. Part of the Kinabalu National Park, the springs are located some 43 kilometres away from park headquarters; this manmade attraction is set in the jungle, and the steaming sulphurous waters are channelled into concrete pools and tubs. Some people may find this a welcome respite from the outdoors yet there are others who feel that the ponds are anticlimactic; either way the springs are indelibly relaxing.This tour takes you on a trek across the mountainous Crocker Range and along the way the view of the rambling hills and blue skies is a sure-fire hit; you can even get a good look at majestic Mount Kinabalu – the tallest Southeast Asian peak. When you arrive at the park, take a guided nature walk down its trails before you end up at the Poring Hot Springs. Ease your tired muscles as you soak in the invigorating waters of the hot sulphur springs. The tour wraps up with a walk across the 41-metre-high canopy walk of the park which offers a fabulous view of the Borneo rainforest’s flora and fauna.

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