How do you get to Sapi island?
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Sapi Island is just a 20-minute boat ride from Kota Kinabalu city. To catch the boat to Sapi Island, you will have to reach either of three boats or ferry terminals: Jesselton Point Ferry Terminal, Sutera Harbour Marina Jetty and STAR Marina. These terminals open at 8 AM and close by 5 PM.
Which is the largest island of the Tunku Abdul national Park?
Gaya island is the largest island in the park, closest to downtown Kota Kinabalu (KK) and is covered with dense virgin, tropical forest.
How do I get to Manukan Island?
How to Get to Manukan Island. Travellers would have to get on a speedboat to reach Manukan Island from Jesselton Point Ferry Terminal, which is reachable within walking distance from Kota Kinabalu city centre. The first speedboat trip starts at 8:30 AM and the last one is at 4:15 PM.
What can you do at Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park?
Taman Tunku Abdul Rahman Parks are known for it’s water sports activities such as scuba dive, snorkeling and etc. However due to the safety of the visitors, some part of the island is decreed as no activities zone. This is to ensure the safety of all visitors are well kept by the lifeguard of Taman Tunku Abdul Rahman.
How do I get to Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park?
How to get to Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park. Ferries take about 15 minutes to reach the islands of the National Park and start from around 8:30am. Head down to Jesselton Ferry Terminal and purchase your ticket inside the big hall from any of the tour agencies. They are all registered and the prices are the same.
Where is the Kinabalu rainforest located?
Located in the State of Sabah, Malaysia, on the northern end of the island of Borneo, Kinabalu Park World Heritage property covers 75,370 ha. Dominated by Mount Kinabalu (4,095m), the highest mountain between the Himalayas and New Guinea, it holds a distinctive position for the biota of Southeast Asia.
Is Kinabalu National Park a rainforest?
Adventure of a Lifetime to Malaysia’s Most Incredible National Park. An opulent tropical rainforest, the Kinabalu National Park is a 130 million-year-old nature sanctuary that is home to unique flora and fauna such as the largest flower in the world, the Rafflesia; and even the majestic Mount Kinabalu.
Where is Tunku?
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is a state park located in Gaya Bay, 3 kilometers offshore from Kota Kinabalu. Named after Malaysia’s first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, it was gazetted in 1974 as Sabah’s second national park.