Kinabalu Forest is a UNESCO world heritage site, but also Malaysia's first world heritage site, it is also one of Asia's leading sites in terms of flora and fauna diversity, with more than 4,500 species differences.
Kinabalu forest is a land of wildlife with many exotic animals and plants such as probosci's monkeys, Rafflesia flowers, Sarawak birds, orchids, etc. The change in vegetation is also huge as you go through. four different climates, ranging from lowland woodland to coniferous forests, alpine grasslands and small scrublands in the summit area.
Currently, Kinabalu National Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Malaysia. On average, this national park attracts more than 500,000 visitors each year and more than 40,000 professional and amateur climbers from all over the world.