Kinabalu National Park Series (KNP, Desa Farm, Arnab Village, Poring Hotspring, Luanti Fish Spa)
Things you should bring
Kinabalu National Park is Malaysia’s first “World Heritage” site. It is about 90 kilometers away from the city of Kota Kinabalu. Rising up majestically at 4,101m, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in between Papua New Guinea and the Hilmalayas. Home to a diverse array of flora and fauna, the Park play host to thousands of visitors each year. One can either visit the park just to enjoy the splendour of nature or for the more adventurous, an attempt to conquer the mountain itself.
Located 39km from Mt. Kinabalu is the Poring Hot Spring which is well-known for its warm therapeutic sulphur hot springs & Canopy Walk over the 175-metre-long suspension bridge connecting the Mengaris trees. You can observe the ecological system at the treetops.
Dubbed as Sabah’s “Little New Zealand”, Desa Cattle Dairy Farm is a dairy farm located at the foot of Mount Kinabalu in Kundasang where most of Sabah’s cow milk and dairy product been produced. Fall in love with its breathtaking scenery with the majestic Mount Kinabalu as a backdrop.
If you fancy something unique, head down to Luanti Fish Spa. This spa is not your average spa. Schools of fish await you to give the most exciting massage ever!
Arnab Village is another must visit attraction in Ranau. This bunny wonderland is the biggest rabbit park and the first in Sabah. The park housed more than 400 rabbits of eight species; New Zealand White, Standard Rex, Mini Satin, Lion Head, Netherland Dwarf, Lop Ear, Anggora, and Local Breed, that were released to roam around in a fenced area to enable visitors to take photos and videos of the animal.