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Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in Malaysia, located on the west coast of Sabah at the Kinabalu Park, which is a World Heritage Site. The mountain stands at a humongous height of 4,101 m and is the most accessible mountain in the world.
Visitors will find themselves surrounded by several species of flora and fauna at various altitudes on the mountain. This wonder of nature is one of the safest peaks in the world and is well known for its biodiversity plants.Its vast altitude allows wide array of habitats to thrive and is one of the world’s most important biological sites. Climbing Mount Kinabalu is a steep grade, however, it’s fantastic view and thrill make up for all the hurdles the trip may bring forth.
Kinabalu Park Entry Fees: Adult RM 15, Children RM 10TheA maximum of 120 people are allowed to climb the mountain each day to preserve the environment and for safety measures. Climbing permits are subject to availability so visitors are recommended to book their climbing packages in advance. Permits for the climb can be obtained from the tour guides or agencies.
Climb Fee Permit: Foreigners RM 200 and Malaysian RM 50
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