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.
Kinabalu Park - Gunung Kinabalu (4092M)  

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.

Mount Kinabalu 3days 2 night Schedule:-

The Poring Hot Springs, located nearby to the Park, around 40minutes drive. The hot springs contain sulfur water, which has curative properties for skin diseases.

Manukan Island, located one of the five Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, and it is the second largest among the five. It’s about 10minutes drive by speed boat from Kinabalu Marine Jetty. A white sandy beach and a crystal clever water and fringing coral reefs teeming with marine life, is the best ideal place for snorkeling, diving and there have a trail for you to hike around the island.

What is a via ferrata?
A via ferrata (or ‘iron road’ in Italian, plural via ferrate) is a mountain path consisting of a series of rungs, rails and cables embracing the rock face. It allows access to scenic sections of the mountains that are typically available only to rock climbers and mountaineers. The excitement, scenic beauty and personal conquest you'll experience on a via ferrata is guaranteed to give you an invigorating nostalgic experience for years to come.

There are more than 300 via ferrata routes around the world predominantly in Italy, Germany, France, Austria, Slovenia, Switzerland and Spain, and a few places in the United States and Canada. The world's highest via ferrata can now be found on Mt Kinabalu in the east Malaysian state of Sabah.

A via ferrata route to match every ability
Mountain Torq, the world’s highest and Asia’s first via ferrata located at 3,800m, offers a range of routes designed to match everyone’s ability and endurance. Take your pick from a variety of via ferrata packages.

Walk the Torq Take your first steps on the world’s highest via ferrata and learn how to walk the Torq.
Who is it for? An initiation for those who want to build their confidence in via ferrata climbing.
Grading Easy - Everyone between 10 to 70
Duration 2hrs
The Low’s Peak Circuit Hike up to Low’s Peak, Mt Kinabalu's highest point at 4,095m. On descent, take a via ferrata detour to see stunning views and explore hidden corners of the mountain plateau.
Who is it for? Physically demanding, for those who are sure-footed, not fearful of heights, want to scale Southeast Asia's highest point and the World’s highest via ferrata.
Grading Intermediate - Everyone between 10 to 70
Duration 4 - 6hrs over 2 days (Walk the Torq included)
The Preamble Explore areas normally accessible only to rock climbers. Traverse vertical rock faces on the via ferrata and take in a bird's eye view of the Kinabalu forest.
Who is it for? For those who want the full via ferrata experience
Grading Easy to Intermediate - Everyone between 10 to 70
Duration 3 - 4hrs (Walk the Torq included)

To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience on the via ferrata, activity trainers at Mountain Torq will recommend a suitable route based on your fitness level. As with all outdoor sports, there are safety issues to watch out for. The exposure, altitude and challenges associated with a mountain environment will always be there so do take note of the following:

* The basic safety rule of via ferrata is to use the self-protection system. This means to ensure that at least one of your carabiners is always clipped onto the main cable, which serves as a lifeline.
* Wear comfortable sports/hiking shoes and check your equipment before leaving (helmet, harness, lanyard etc)
* Always make sure you bring warm clothing, some snacks and water.
* Start out early so that you will have more time to enjoy the scenery along the way.


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