Hamster in Kinabalu Park

At 4,095 metres altitude, Mount Kinabalu’s Low’s Peak is the famous pride of Sabah.

The mountain is located within Kinabalu National Park and designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for the incredible natural biodiversity that must be preserved and researched.

For the nature enthusiasts’, their visit will be filled with the attractions found within the park, such as the butterfly education centre, botanical gardens, canopy walk or climbing or trekking the jungle trails.

The park is a vast area, filled to the brim with strange endemic creatures of Borneo, and it can be made difficult to climb when it’s raining. But an experienced mountain guide will be assigned to climbers because it is mandatory by law to be escorted up and down the summit trail for health and safety reasons.

Get in touch with one of our Head Office Staff to discuss a suitable package for you to climb to Low’s Peak summit for an unforgettable Borneo adventure!