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2-Day Kinabalu National Park and Poring Hot Springs from Kota Kinabalu
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2-Day Kinabalu National Park and Poring Hot Springs from Kota Kinabalu

Explore the UNESCO-listed natural wonders of Kinabalu National Park on this 2-day tour from Sabah. Admire views of Mt Kinabalu as you hike through the jungle and spot wildlife on a thrilling canopy walk, then learn about the park's biodiversity at the exhibition center and take a dip in the mineral-rich Poring Hot Springs.This small-group tour includes overnight accommodation, meals and hotel transfers.
US$586.00 per adult
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laeeqa88 wrote a review Aug 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia49 contributions9 helpful votes
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We came and visit this place instead of the Mari Mari Cultural Village due to the price. To enter Monsopiad Cultural Village cost RM40 which includes the dance show whereby for Mari Mari Cultural Village cost RM100++ The place is quite worn down and there are parts that was not well maintained. I think something could be done on this, so that a lot more tourist can come over.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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AizaY wrote a review Apr 2019
10 contributions9 helpful votes
We found it fascinating to learn about the old ways here. The head hunter's original house is still retained (with its trophies) and was the highlight of the visit but they also maintained a small village to bring to life how life was like back then. Kids were entertained being introduces to old village games, bamboo shooting & making fire from sticks.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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P. Saravanan wrote a review Feb 2019
Tokyo, Japan248 contributions53 helpful votes
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Visited this place after watching afc's Halal Foodie channel hosted by Pappi Zak. A good eye opener history to learn the great head hunter warrior called Monsopiad and his lifestyles. The tour guide was helpful explaining all the places here and it's history behind it. Had the chance to savour the Botud (sago worm). I wouldn't say tasty but tasteless instead. The fire making hut was interesting as well as the home made alcohol drinks which is Lihing, Sikat.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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J_Barnet wrote a review Jan 2019
Barnet, United Kingdom357 contributions35 helpful votes
Our local friends recommended that we visit and were were very happy that we did. The overall visit was just over an hour but we basically had our private tour and had lots of fun trying the cultural dance as well as the blow pipe! Kids found it all v interesting too if a bit gruesome with the skulls. One piece of feedback that they should clean up the rooms and photos better as there is some history there which will be lost ...
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Date of experience: January 2019
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whitetiger2 wrote a review Aug 2018
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia18 contributions5 helpful votes
I didn't see one headhinter the whole time i was there, but there are lots of human skulls lurking about, and a few shrunken heads. If you go here follow a tour group so your sure to see the culture dance. It doesn't happen everyday.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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