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Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Borneo<Previous Page
The park was declared Malaysia's first World Heritage Site, and is a forest reserve extending over 754 square kms. The daily temperature here ranges from 13-20 degrees Celsius. The park is popular not only with climbers but also with nature lovers who come to observe the birds, butterflies and the flora and fauna. Unusual plants seen here are the nepenthes pitcher plant, wild orchids and the Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world, the blossoms of which grow up to 18 inches across. The biodiversity of flora and fauna ranges from lowland rainforests to temperate montane oaks and alpine conifers.
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