Kinabalu National Park, recently declared as The Kinabalu UNESCO Global Geopark, was established in 1964. Led by Prof. Corner, the expedition laid the foundation for this protected area, marking it as the first national park in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. At its core is Mount Kinabalu (4,095.2 m), the highest peak between the Himalayas and New Guinea. The mountain's slopes harbor a diverse array of plant and animal species, particularly showcasing a hotspot of plant biodiversity with connections to the Himalayas, China, Australia, Malay Peninsula, and pan-tropical regions.

Kinabalu National Park

Entrance Fees and Rates

No.Particulars18 years old & abovebelow 17 years old REMARKS
01Conservation Fee (Malaysian)
02Conservation Fee (International)
03Mount Kinabalu Climbing Permit (Malaysian)
04 Mount Kinabalu Climbing Permit (International)

Fees for Botanical Garden:

No.Particulars18 years old & abovebelow 17 years old
01Conservation Fee (Malaysian)
02Conservation Fee (International)

Fees for Poring Hot Springs:

No. Particulars18 years old and above17 years old and below 12 years old and below, 60 years old and above, and person with disability
01Conservation Fee (Malaysian)RM 10RM5
02Conservation Fee (International)RM 50RM 25
03Poring Canopy Walkway (Malaysian)RM 5RM 3
04Poring Canopy Walkway (International)RM 10RM 8

Other Fees for Poring Hot Springs:

NO.Particulars PriceRemarks
01Slide Pool Fee (Malaysian)RM 3Per person / 3 hours
02Slide Pool Fee (International)RM 5Per person / 3 hours
03Open Bathtub Fee (Malaysian & International)RM 10Unit / first 3 hours & RM10 for subsequent hours
04Enclosed Bathtub (Deluxe)RM 35Per hour / room
05Enclosed Bathtub (Standard)RM 25Per hour / room
06Enclosed Bathtub (Locker Rental)RM 5Whole day
07Orchid Species Adoption FeeRM 100Per person
08Rafflesia Blooming Observation (International)RM 30Per person
09Rafflesia Blooming Observation (Malaysian)RM 15Per person