Kinabalu National Park is one of the top tourist attractions not only in Sabah, but the whole of Malaysia. Nestled within Crocker Range, this park is the gateway to Mount Kinabalu, and it is Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is situated on the southern boundary, at an elevation of 1,563m above sea level. Kinabalu Park is recognised as a very important biological site with an estimate of 5,000 – 6,000 flora and fauna species, including 326 bird species and over 100 mammal species. Mount Kinabalu can be seen standing majestically from the Kinabalu Park Headquarters. Poring Hot Spring is another interesting natural wonder, located approximately 47km from Kinabalu Park. Named after the tall bamboo plant called Poring in Kadazan which is abundant in the area, this place is a natural spring where hot sulfurous water emits from the ground. The public baths is a popular destination for returning climbers from Mount Kinabalu, and gives a refreshing mind and body experience to all visitors. The trip is not complete without an uphill walk through the Borneo tropical rainforest, where the 41-metre high tree-top canopy walkway (approximately 105 meters long) brings you right into the heart of mother nature.