Kinabalu Park

Mount Kinabalu
Kinabalu Park – Malaysia First World Heritage The Kinabalu Park covers a staggering area of 754 sq.km.(291 sq.mi.).Translated, it is bigger than Singapore Island! Establish as a state park in 1964, this botanical paradise is ranges over 4-climate zones, from the rich lowland dipterocarp forest through the montane oak, rhododendron, and coniferous forests, to the alpine...
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Tanjung Aru Beach

Tanjung Aru, Kota Kinabalu
Tanjung Aru Beach The Tanjung Aru Beach with its Prince Philip Park is just one of the many-splendor beaches in the West Coast Tanjung Aru derives its name from the abundance of tall casuarinas or Aru trees that grace the shoreline and Prince Philip Park was named in honour of the Consort of Queen Elizabeth II. There are countless magnificent beaches to explore and enjoy. Whil...
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