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Day Trip to Kinabalu National Park and Poring Hotsprings

KINABALU PARK WITH RUMAH TERBALIK & DESA COW FARM

Tour Code: AOSBKI-KDT-001
Kinabalu National Park is Malaysia first World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO for its outstanding universal values and the role as one of the most important biological site in the world.

Itinerary: Rumah Terbalik – Nabalu Market – Kinabalu National Park – Desa Cow Farm

  • Meet at hotel lobby.
  • Take a scenic half hour drive through the countryside to the weird and wondrous Rumah Terbalik (Upside Down House). Your world will be turned upside down as you enter this unique attraction. You will be accompanied by a guide, that will explain to you’re the cultural elements within the house.
  • Thereafter, proceed to Kinabalu Park. Journey will take approximately one and a half hours passing by villages and paddy fields along mountainous roads that wind along the Crocker range. Along the way, make a brief stop at Nabalu. Nabalu is a place where the local natives gather to sell local produce, fruits, home grown vegetables and handicraft souvenirs.
  • On arrival at Kinabalu Park, you will notice the change in air temperature. Enjoy the refreshing and cooling air as you proceed for a walk along the nature trails in the Botanical Garden. If the day is clear, you may even spot a majestic view of Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain between the New Guinea and Himalaya. Kinabalu Park boasts an estimate of 4,500 species of plants which include 1,500 species of orchids, 77 of which are endemic to Kinabalu. The park also supports 289 species of birds and 290 different types of butterflies.
  • After the walk, depart for lunch at a local restaurant.
  • After lunch, depart for Desa Cow Farm, also known as “The Little New Zealand”!
  • When the roads grow narrow and the landscape gives you rear view mirror licks of fresh green sceneries, you have reached the Desa Cattle Farm—A 199hectar stretch of pristine farmland on the foothills of Mt.Kinabalu.
  • Cattle graze the green pastures of to provide nearly one million liters of mountain-fresh creamery annually, all while travelers both near and far enjoy the outrageously scenic view that plays backdrop for the daily milking that goes on. You can get close to the cattle, bottle feed the calfs and have a go at some fresh milk yogurt produce straight off the farm.
  • After a relaxing afternoon, bid the cows goodbye as you take the journey back to your respective hotel.
  • Rumah Terbalik (Upside down House)
  • 3D Museum
  • Nabalu Market
  • Kinabalu National Park – Malaysia’s 1st UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Desa Cow Farm
  • Hotel pickup and return

Kota Kinabalu Tour

Prices start from
Adults MYR 240 per pax
Child MYR 192 per pax

Tour Code: AOSBKI-KDT-001

Mount Kinabalu viewed from Nabula town

Mount Kinabalu viewed from Nabula town

The Mountain Garden at Kinabalu National Park_photo by Ben J.S@Asian Overland Services

The Mountain Garden at Kinabalu National Park_photo by Ben J.S@Asian Overland Services

Canopy Walkway at Poring Hot Spring_photo by Ben J.S@Asian Overland Services

Canopy Walkway at Poring Hot Spring

Mount Kinabalu_Photo by Ben J.S@Asian Overland Services

Mount Kinabalu is visible all the way from Kota Kinabalu

KINABALU PARK & PORING HOT SPRING TOUR

Tour Code: AOSBKI-KPS-002
Itinerary: Kota Kinabalu city – Tamparuli – Kundasang – Poring

  • Meet at hotel lobby.
  • Take a scenic 1/2 hr drive to Tamparuli Town. Visit Historical Wooden Shop houses of olden days and walk across the “Jambatan Tamparuli”, a suspension bridge which is the famous landmark in that small town to get a feel of kampung lifestyle.
  • Proceed to Kinabalu Park, the journey will take approximately 1 1/2 hours passing by villages and paddy fields along the mountainous road on the Crocker range.
  • Make a brief stop at Nabalu. Nabalu is a place where the local natives gather to sell local produce, fruits, home grown vegetables and handicraft souvenirs.
  • On arrival at Kinabalu Park, you will notice the change in air temperature. Enjoy the refreshing and cooling air as you proceed for a walk along the nature trails in the Botanical Garden.
  • If the day is clear, you may even spot a majestic view of Mount Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Malaysia.
  • Kinabalu Park boasts an estimate of 4,500 species of plants which include 1,500 species of orchids, 77 of which are endemic to Kinabalu. The park also supports 289 species of birds and 290 different types of butterflies.
  • After the walk, depart for lunch at a local restaurant.
  • After lunch, depart for Poring Hot Springs. Approximately 47 kilometers from Kinabalu Park.
  • At this natural hot spring, there are Japanese baths where visitors can soak themselves and let the invigorating sulfurous water stimulate the body. It is believed to have curative powers.
  • Visitors can also try the Treetop Canopy Walk, where suspension bridges are suspended at the top of the tropical jungle. Experience the height of 41 meters above the ground and length of 157 metres. A 20 minutes hike is needed to reach the Canopy Walkway.
  • After a relaxing soak, bid Kinabalu Park goodbye as you return back to your respective hotel.

Kota Kinabalu Tour

Prices start from
Adults MYR 220 per pax
Child MYR 176 per pax

Tour Code: AOSBKI-KPS-002

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Category: Daily Tour
City/Region: Ex-Kota Kinabalu
Tour Code: AOSBKI-KDT-001
Pricing from: Adults MYR 240; Child MYR 192 per pax

Duration: Full Day
Package: KINABALU PARK WITH RUMAH TERBALIK & DESA COW FARM
Min Pax: 2 pax on SIC basis
Meals: Lunch

Includes:
Sabah Parks Entrance Fees, Return Hotel Transfer (Seat-In-Coach), Set Lunch and English Speaking Guide

Remarks:
Tours are minimum two (02) people
Recommended for family and beginners cyclist

Things to bring:
Umbrella/Cap, insect repellent, drinking water, camera

Clothes to wear: Comfortable cotton T-shirts with long or short pant recommended, comfortable walking shoes, small pouch or light back pack to keep your personal stuff

Itinerary is subject to change based on weather condition and traffic issue.

Category: Daily Tours
City/Region: Ex-Kota Kinabalu
Tour Code: AOSBKI-KPS-002
Pricing from: Adults MYR 170; Child MYR 135 per pax

Duration: Full Day
Package: KINABALU PARK & PORING HOT SPRING TOUR
Min Pax: 2 pax on SIC basis
Meals: Lunch

Includes:
Hotel Pickup & Drop off, Land Transportation (Seat-In-Coach), Meals as Stated, English/Chinese Speaking Guide, Entrance Fees to Kinabalu Park, Poring Hot Springs & Canopy Walk.

Things to bring:
Comfortable walking shoes, change of clothes and towel, raincoat or umbrella, warm jacket, insect repellent.

Itinerary is subject to change based on weather condition and traffic issue.

Things You Should Know:
Kinabalu Park + Rumah Terbalik
You may opt to enter the 3D Museum located beside Rumah Terbalik. Entrance fees are at your own expenses.

You can choose to wait at the resting area if you do not wish to proceed for any of the nature walks.

Kinabalu Park is at high altitude of approximately 1500 meters above sea level. Thus, it can get cold.

Expect more crowds then usual during the weekends and public holidays, as it is also a popular getaway for locals.

Poring Hot Springs
The Canopy Walkway is approximately 60 meter above the ground, not for the faint Heart.

Poring Hot Spring Outdoor Bathtubs are for complimentary use and are free of charge. Guests can rent Indoor bathtubs but at own expense.

There are only ten (10) standard and five (05) deluxe Indoor bathtubs at Poring Hot Spring. Rates are at MYR 15/- per hour per standard indoor bathtub and MYR 20/- per hour per deluxe indoor bathtub payable on the spot but are subject to availability.

Expect more crowds then usual during the weekends and public holidays, as it is also a popular getaway for locals.

Tamparuli
This is our first stop on the way to Kinabalu Park.
Tamparuli Hanging Bridge with view of Tamparuli Town, if you take this tour on Wednesdays, you will get to experience the special highlight at Tamparuli Town centre – “Wednesday Weekly Tamu (Market)”

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