Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
Visiting Sabah is a perfect opportunity to experience one of the most fantastic places in Malaysia. Saba is rich in wildlife and whilst trekking through the untouched jungles you will be able to see many weird and wonderful species of birds, insects and mammals. Whilst trekking you are able to cool down from the heat of the day by swimming and relaxing in the sensationally cool jungle streams. There is also the possibility to participate in jungle survival activities. All of the activities available develop trust, self-confidence and team spirit among the students.
There are multiple options for activity sites in Kota Kinabalu:
Kinabalu National park or Taman Negara Kinabalu in Malay, was established as Malaysia’s first world heritage site. The park is one of the most important biological sites in the world and there is the opportunity of sighting a range of wildlife. Each participant will have the chance to trek where not many people venture, take many wonderful photos and experience the beauty of Malaysian rainforest. The forest was classified as a second class domestic forest reserve. The main function of this forest reserve is to supply gravity water from the on site Tanaki waterfall system to the locals living within proximity of it. Outdoor enthusiasts who conquer this difficult trek will have experienced the typical rough terrain of the Malaysian jungle. The forest is not often explored by visitors providing a chance to see and experience Borneo’s animal kingdom at its best.