Malaysia's first world natural heritage, Shenshan National Park
Shenshan Park, is full of greenery all year round. Many rare animals and plants live here, walking on the mossy mountain trails, you can feel the grass and mind You can also see the world's smallest orchid and the world's largest Raffles flower bloom.
Built at the Shenshan Park headquarters at an altitude of 1,500 meters, it is the main entrance for park visitors. You can get a map at the counter here. There are many hiking trails in the park. The mountain is 4,000 meters above sea level. It is a project that many people who come to Sabah want to try. In general, it takes two days to climb the mountain. Time, but if you schedule three days, you will have more time to pay attention to the scenery along the way.
If you feel that climbing is difficult, the dairy farm at the foot of Mount Kinabalu is a paradise for young and old. This ranch stretches over the canyons and hills. It is a place where not only fresh milk is served every day, but the scenery is also very pleasant. . On this dairy farm, in addition to daily milking and packaging, visitors can also feed cattle and sheep by hand.
Come here, don't miss out on buying a freshly made ice cream. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, you can also visit the process of milk and goat's milk.
You can taste local fruits at the Nabaru Bazaar in the Mid-Levels. It is also a place where locals gather to sell local produce, fruits, home grown vegetables and handicraft souvenirs, so dont be surprised if you see a souvenir with a price of 2-3 yuan. . Unfortunately, the weather conditions of the day were normal, the mountains were raining heavily, and the roads that followed were only allowed to walk, so we gave up the possibility of continuing to go up and chose to eat at a restaurant near the base camp. The temperature on the mountain is low, and you need to bring your own skin coat or long-sleeved T-shirt in advance. Anti-mosquito and sunscreen are also essential.
Mount Sabah, also known as Mount Kinabalu, is the highest peak in Southeast Asia, at an altitude of 4095.2 meters, and grows at a height of 0.5 cm per year. It is the highest peak between Himalayan and New Guinea, and its granite peaks. Straight on the sky, the spectacular, is the biggest challenge for mountain climbers in Southeast Asia. In 2000, Mount Kinabalu was listed as a World Natural Heritage by UNESCO.
Today's Shenshan is a world-famous mountaineering destination. The peak of more than 4,000 meters is relatively easy to climb. Its spectacular scenery attracts tens of thousands of mountain climbers every year to challenge themselves. It takes two days and one night to climb the mountain. On the first morning, I will take a car from Kota Kinabalu city to reach the starting point of the mountain climbing at an altitude of over 1,000 meters. It will travel six kilometers along the hiking trail in Laban Rata. The hostel stays at rest; the next day at 2:30 in the morning, take a steep mountain road for nearly three kilometers to reach the peak "Roche Peak". If you are lucky, you can see the sunrise, then go down the mountain and return to the starting point of the mountain.
The section of the mountain road that climbed to the top is extremely difficult. It requires hands and feet and can be passed by grasping the rope fixed on the rock. On the summit of Roche, the foot is a deep abyss, looking to the east, the beautiful sun is shining out. To the east of the Roche peak is a levee that falls 1000 meters straight, which is the remains of the glaciers of the Ice Age. After watching the sunrise on the top of the mountain, it indicates that it is time to go down. The direct sunlight on the top of the mountain will cause damage to the skin, and the climate on the mountain will change. Once it rains, it will become more difficult and it will encounter mountain torrents. Therefore, all climbers must return to the top of the attack before 10 am. Management station at seven kilometers.
Kinabalu Park is stunning. If you are visiting #kotakinabalu in #borneo, #malaysia, then I can’t recommend a daytrip to Mount Kinabalu enough. This park has it all: Jungle scenery, stunning Mountain Views and more. And you don’t even need to climb the mountain to enjoy it. Simply get a driver for the day to explore the park. My personal favorite part was climbing the bridge in the forest. It was definitely not an experience for the faint of heart (or for those with a fear of heights!) Towards the top of the mountain, there is also a creamery and dairy farm that’s worth a visit. You can also pay a few extra ringgit to see a rafflesia (rare flower) up close.
Kinabalu National Park is one of Sabah’s places of interest and world heritage. The park's virgin forest has nurtured a variety of animal and plant resources. The Kinabalu National Park, 4,101 meters above sea level, is also located here, attracting many nature lovers to come and study and appreciate the wide variety of natural resources in addition to mountain climbing. Hot spring bath.