Malaysia National Park

Mt Kinabalu Park

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Malaysia National Park

  1. Mount Kinabalu Park
  2. Mount Kinabalu 3D2N
  3. Maliau Basin
  4. Maliau Basin 5D4N
  5. Pahang - National Park
  6. Taman Negara 3D2N Schedule..
  7. Pahang - Merapoh
  8. Endau Rampin (Bekok Gate)
  9. Johor - Gunung Ledang
  10. Gunung Mulu National Park
  11. Gunung Mulu Summit Trail.
  12. Headhunter Trail.
  13. Pinnacles trail.
Mount Kinabalu (4092M) 3 Days 2 Nights Schedule

Kinabalu Park, in the State of Sabah " The Land Below The Wind" ,and dominated by Mount Kinabalu with its peak at 4092meter, the highest mountain in Southeast Asia and its still growing 5mm per-year, the landslides on its slopes and rock debris beneath its peaks are evidence of its still-continuing movement.
Kinabalu National Park have been awarded as "The World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It has a very wide range of habitats, from rich tropical lowland and hill rainforest to tropical mountain forest, sub-alpine forest and scrub on the higher elevations. It has been designated as a Centre of Plant Diversity for Southeast Asia and is exceptionally rich in species with examples of flora from the Himalayas, China, Australia, Malaysia, as well as pan-tropical flora, and it's probably has one of the richest flora in the world.


Day 1: Wlecome to the Land below the wind (Dinner)
Welcome to the Land below the wind. Upon arrival, you will transfer to Kinabalu Park. The journey will take approximately 2 hours, en-route passing by villages and a panoramic vista of the valleys of the Crocker Range. On arrival, experience the cool fresh air and the natural ambience of the Park. Overnight at Twin Bed Cabin or similar

Day 2: Climbing to 11,000 feet (Breakfast/Packed Lunch/Dinner)
Register at the Kinabalu Park HQ and proceed to the Timpohon Gate. From here we start our ascent to Laban Rata rest house at 11’000ft. The trek will take us pass different vegetation zones from Oak and Chestnut to mossy and eventually to alpine type of vegetations. Overnight at Mountain Hut.

Day 3: Descend/Airport (Breakfast/Lunch)
Early dawn ascend to the summit of Mount Kinabalu (4092.5m) above sea level. Be prepared for altitude sickness when you climb above 11,000ft. Upon reaching the summit (Low's Peak) don’t miss the opportunity to take photographs of your hard-earned climb to the highest point in South East Asia. In clear weather a spectacular sunrise awaits weary and tired climbers. We take the same route back to Laban Rata resthouse for breakfast and then start our descent down to Timpohon gate where our transport will take you to the Kinabalu Park HQ to collect your achievement certificate. After lunch, transfer to airport conclude the trip..

Important Noted:-

1. Mount Kinabalu (Timpohan to Lapan Rata to Summit Kinabalu to Timpohan.)
- The total distance from Timpohan to Summit is 8.7KM, normally one KM for an hour.)

2. Mount Kinabalu (Mesilau to Lapan Rata to Summit Kinabalu to Timpohan)
- The total distance from Mesilau to Summit Kinabalu is 10.7KM, normally one KM for an hour.)
- This trail scenic.

Things you should know and bring;

Suitable walking shoes / warm clothing / wind breaker / Poncho or raincoat / long sleeve shirts / change of clothes / drinking water / high energy food (chocolates, nuts, raisins, glucose) Headache tablets / sun block / lip gloss / deep heat lotion / plasters / insect repellent / mosquito oil / binoculars / camera / water proof bag for camera / torchlight with extra battery/ good grip gloves / extra socks / towel / hat mask / tissue paper / toilet roll/ large garbage bags

Special Note;

It is recommended that all climbers should have themselves medically checked before attempting any mountain climb. If you have a history of suffering from the following ailments, it is highly recommend that you should refrain from climbing: Hypertension, Diabetes, Palpitation, Arthritis, Heart disease, severe anemia, Peptic ulcers, Epileptic fits, Obesity (overweight), Chronic asthma, Muscular cramps, Hepatitis (jaundice); or any other sickness that may triggered by severe cold, exertion and high altitude which may hamper the climber.


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