One of the best places to visit in Malaysia is the Kinabalu Park. This park has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Many think that hiking is only thing that they can do while visiting the Kinabalu Park, while it is one of the main things that people come to d when they are here, there is still a lot more that you can do while you are. 

What To Do At Mount Kinabalu

Visit The Kinabalu Park

Mount Kinabalu is actually within the Kinabalu Park. The Park stretches for over 75 370 hectares. The most amazing part about this magnificent park is that it has four different vegetation zones that range from tropical lowland forest to sub-alpine meadows. The park is truly one of a kind and it has a wide range of vegetation and species that you can see as follow the routes within the area. 

While you are at the Kinabalu Park, you can stay at the Lupa Masa, the J Residence and the Ayana Holiday Resort as relax and enjoy your online casino games.

Take A Dip In The Poring Hot Springs

Part of the Kinabalu Park is the small town of Poring that is located at least 40km from the mountain. Poring is known for its hot springs baths and they are great place to visit for relaxation after having made the hike up Mount Kinabalu. Other than the great hot springs that are located in this town, visitors can also enjoy a canopy walk in the rain forest which will lead the to the view of the spectacular Langanan Waterfall.

Kundasang War Memorial And Gardens

If you are lover of history then this is one place that you need to make sure that you visit the Kundasang War Memorial Gardens before you hike up Mount Kinabalu. The Kundasang Memorial Gardens are a great place to see even though the history of this area is a painful one where over 2 000 soldiers where killed during World War II.

Sabah Tea Garden

The Sabah Tea Garden is  the place for lovers of tea and peace.  At the Sabah tea garden you will see how the camellia leaf is tuned into one of the best cup of teas that you have ever had. And the mystery is that you don’t even have to drink the tea in order to feel relaxed and at peace as just being in the Sabah Tea will give you that feeling.

The Desa Diary Farm

We talked of lovers of history, lovers of tea and now we have the idea place for lovers of diary, the Desa Diary Farm. Located just 9 kilometres form Mount Kinabalu this is one place that you simply have to see. The 199-hectare cattle farm is more than just a farm as you will be able to see exactly what happens here.,

Conclusion

We did mention that there is more to do and more to see than Mount Kinabalu, as such don’t shy away from visiting Kinabalu all because you think that you will bored with the hike up the mount on your to do list.