Experience Borneo tropical rainforest along the jungle trail. One can witness flora and fauna in the treetop as you walk along the 175m of the Hanging Bridge at the canopy walkway of Poring Hot Spring and then take an open air sauna in to the hot sulphur servior. Then we will bring you to Kinabalu National Park as a World Heritage property covers up to 75,370 ha dominated by Mount Kinabalu (4,095m), the highest mountain in between the Himalayas and New Guinea. It holds a distinctive position for the flora & fauna of Southeast Asia. Geologically, Kinabalu Park is a granite intrusion formed 15 million years ago and thrust upward one million years ago by tectonic movements and shaped by forces that continue to define its landscape. Despite its geological youth it is exceptionally high in species with living relics of natural vegetation remaining, over 93% of the Park area.