Situated on the west coast of Sabah, Crocker Range Park spans approximately 75km in length and 15km in width, running along a northeast-southwest axis. It holds the distinction of being the largest terrestrial park in the state, covering an expansive area of 139,919 hectares, roughly double the size of Singapore. The main station, substations, and control posts are strategically positioned across the western side of Sabah: Main Station in Keningau, Gunung Alab Substation, Mahua Substation, Inobong Substation, Kimanis Substation, Ulu Membakut Substation, Melalap Substation, Malunggung Control Post, Ulu Senagang Substation, Kikiran Control Post, and Buayan Substation.

Crocker Range Park

Entrance Fees and Rates

no.particularsfees
01Malaysian aged 18 years old and aboveRM 6 / person / day
02Malaysian aged 13 to 17 years oldRM 5 / person / day
03Malaysian aged 12 years old and below, 60 years old and above & person with disabilityFree of charge
04International aged 18 years old and aboveRM 20 / person / day
05International aged 17 years old and belowRM 12 / person / day


Rafflesia Blooming Observation Fees:

no.particularsfees
01MalaysianRM 15 / person / day
02InternationalRM 30 / person / day


Minduk Sirung Climbing Fees:

No.Particulars18 YEARS OLD & ABOVEBELOW 17 YEARS OLDRemarks
01Minduk Sirung Climbing Fee (Malaysian)RM 20 / personInclusive of tag and certificate
02Minduk Sirung Climbing Fee (International)RM 50 / personInclusive of tag and certificate
03InsuranceRM 7 / person / day-
04Mountain GuideRM 150 / day / 5 persons-



Mount Tinutudan Climbing Fees:

No.Particulars18 YEARS OLD & ABOVEBELOW 17 YEARS OLDRemarks
01Mount Tinutudan Climbing Fee (Malaysian) Inclusive of tag and certificate
02Mount Tinutudan Climbing Fee (International) Inclusive of tag and certificate
03 Insurance-
04Mountain Guide-