Mount Kinabalu

Sabah, Malaysia

Mount Kinabalu is a nature resort destination in Malaysia, located about 90km away from KK City on the Crocker Range highlands facing Sabah's west coast. This geographical region is home to the highest mountain in Southeast Asia (archipelago) - Gunung Kinabalu, a stunning massif that overlooks a rainforested valley rich with plant and wildlife species endemic to Borneo. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000, Mount Kinabalu is Sabah's most popular tourist attraction, featuring natural hot springs, tea plantations, rafflesia flowers, village homestays and even a dairy cattle farm. A wide range of hotels provide visitor accommodation around the park and Kundasang town.