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Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site, the Kinabalu Park is home to Borneo’s tallest mountain, Mount Kinabalu. Standing at 12, 455 feet above sea level, it is one of the youngest non-volcanic mountains in the world, and holds a variety of flora and fauna that ranges over 4 different climate zones. The mountain is one of the world's most important biological sites as there are over 5,000 plant species which is even more than Europe and North America combined! Visitors can visit the park and gaze in awe at the majestic peaks that tell a story of a romantic legend of a young widower awaiting her long-lost husband. While there, visitors can choose to stroll around the park or even climb the mountain! Only 15 minutes from the mongolian yurt. Kinabalu Park is a must visit when you come Sabah.