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Kinabalu Park

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Kinabalu Park

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Tagal Tinopikon Park Tour from Kota Kinabalu
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Tagal Tinopikon Park Tour from Kota Kinabalu

Moyog River along the village is managed by the park community and fishing activity is extremely prohibited. The secret word for this success is "Tagal" which means "prohibition" in the Kadazandusun language. You will be fined if you are caught fishing in a “Tagal” area.<br><br>Tagal Tinopikon Park bring you to experience nature authentic village life with friendly Kadazandusun host, sound of Moyoq river brings peace in mind and soul, friendly Pelian fishes also known as the Gem of the river are so welcoming (fishes may not be seen when river is too muddy)<br><br>Moyoq River is one of the most beautiful rivers in Sabah. Despite the warm weather, it felt rather relaxing and soothing taking a break as the trees shade you from the sun and rhythm of the nature further compliments the experience.
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Lynn Mano wrote a review Sep 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,031 contributions89 helpful votes
Cool, calm, peaceful, serene and beautiful experience going through this national park. The sound of small insects and the river flowing is like music to our ears. There were many types of plants in the park. Our guide, Luq from Amazing Borneo is very knowledgeable explaining the many types of plants we saw. It was a very good experience for us since we learn new things about mother nature.
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Date of experience: September 2020
3 Helpful votes
Itravel0ne wrote a review Aug 2020
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia1,807 contributions293 helpful votes
Such a refreshing visit after long months of “hibernation” during the Movement control order (MCO). The crispy refreshing air, soothing water flow of the stream and the greenery are just wonderful. We were here before the long weekend and it wasn’t crowded at all.
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Date of experience: August 2020
2 Helpful votes
Kawita wrote a review Apr 2020
Penang, Malaysia30 contributions
As a person who adore flower and nature,absolutely loved the place. Thanks to sabah booking the guide explained in detailed about each plant. First time I saw nepenthes. Never see the pitcher plant before. The plant species here was so unique and rare.Worth the trip. Loved it.
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Date of experience: March 2020
ted wrote a review Mar 2020
25 contributions
not the most spectacular waterfall but a good place to cool off and d ip your feet letting the small fish nibble (you pay for that in the Uk)
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Date of experience: March 2020
Elizabeth H wrote a review Mar 2020
5 contributions
This park blew our expectations and the facilities were great. Although we went in the down turn times post Covid19 there were still adequate numbers visiting the mountain ( not sure I’d like to see normal)! The tracks through the jungle were ruggered but even with a bad back I was able to do a great 30 min walk to take in the amazing diversity. The wildlife was wonderful, even without having to get into the jungle you could see numbers of small mammals, birds, butterflies, insects. The reason for not giving 5 stars -The lack of comprehensive information available. It’s like it is geared to climbing the mountain only and yet there is so much more. No lists of flora and fauna for the visitor, the degree of difficulty of various walking tracks and also it meant that we only found out about the museum in the grounds, on the morning we were leaving (it wasn’t mentioned on the map we were given) so couldn’t see more than a little of the exhibits. The sanctuary lodge staff were wonderful- shuttle available when needed. Accomodation comfortable. They even have wifi up there in one spot.
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Date of experience: February 2020