After a long climb at Mount Kinabalu, the natural hot spring of sulphuric water, known for its skin-curative properties, is the ideal place to soothe tired and aching muscles. The hot springs, Canopy Walk, Butterfly Farm, and various nature trails are among the activities available.
Manukan Island is situated just off the coast of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah’s capital city. It is the second largest island in Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and offers a wide range of water activities for water sports enthusiasts, including snorkelling, scuba diving, parasailing, and other water sports. It also has one of the best spots on the island, Sunset Point, to catch Borneo’s famous sunset. Immerse yourself in a serene retreat with premium villas and suites overlooking the South China Sea.
Panalaban, located 3,272 metres above sea level, is the final pit stop before ascending to the summit of Mount Kinabalu’s Low’s Peak. Sutera Sanctuary Lodges, also known as Laban Rata, offers climbers comfortable lodgings, hot showers, and hot meals.
Kinabalu Park is designated as Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its “Outstanding Universal Values” and role as one of the world’s most important biological sites. Located 1,584 metres above sea level, Kinabalu Park showcases an incredible ecological system unrivalled anywhere else in the world. It transports lowland, montane, and alpine vegetation on a scale that is not seen between the Himalayas and New Guinea.