The Kinabalu Park: Declared Malaysia’s 1st World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000 for its botanical paradise. Poring Hot Spring is well known of its hot sulphuric minerals & the canopy walkway is a must to visits.
Sabah Tea Garden is the only organic tea farm in Borneo and one of the few in the world. A trip to the tea garden is both educational and fun, one where visitors can enjoy a variety of recreational activities such as obstacle-crossing in the Sapaon Recreational Area, trekking along the trails to the peak of Kamunsu Hill or embarking on a night walk to check out the unique insect life.
DAY 01: Depart Hotel – Kudat Tip of Borneo – Longhouse & Overnight (LD)
0830: Depart Hotel and proceed for 3hours journey to Kudat North of Sabah to the Tip Of Borneo “Simpang Mengayau”, passing through local village with scenic country side view.
1130: Arrive at the Tip of Borneo ”Simpang Mengayau” for breathtaking view and its ideal for picnickers and swimmers.
1230: Resume to longhouse ~ experience your stay in a Traditional Rungus.
1400: Free at leisure.
Overnight at Rungus Longhouse with common sharing bathroom. (L/D)
DAY 02: Depart Kudat – Poring Hot Spring – Sabah Tea Garden & Overnight (BLD)
0800: After breakfast, proceed and visit the Bee Farm & Gong Making Factory.
0900: Thereafter, resume journey to Poring Hot Spring.
1000: Stop over at Pekan Nabalu for local handicrafts and tropical fruits.
1100: Arrive at Poring, visit to the Canopy Walkway & soak into the hot sulphur pool.
1400: Later afternoon, proceed to Sabah Tea Garden.
1500: Arrive at Sabah Tea and check-into rooms.
1600: Evening – free at own leisure.
Overnight at Sabah Tea Garden’s Longhouse with common sharing bathroom
DAY 03: Depart Sabah Tea Garden – Kundasang – Kinabalu Park –Kota Kinabalu (BL)
0800 After check out, Morning Activity ~ participate Sabah Tea Garden’s Factory Tour with Tea Testing.
1000 Proceed to Kinabalu Park HQ – Visits: Mountain Garden & Gallery Exhibition.
1100 Arrive Kinabalu Park.
1400 Late afternoon, return journey to Kota Kinabalu. (B/L)
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