Kinabalu Park is one of the world's hot spots for biodiversity and, at over 4,000 metres (13,000 feet) high, is Southeast Asia’s highest mountain.
The rich diversity of natural habitats is home to a wealth of flora and fauna, and has numerous other attractions for the adventurous traveller, including walking, trekking, climbing and relaxing in hot springs. This highly illustrated and practical guide is packed with essential information for the visitor to this unique area.
. 24 walks and trails in detail, for all levels, with easy-to-follow route maps.
. Packed with fact boxes and information panels on wildlife, plant life, visitor activities and other attractions.
. Essential travel tips, including access, equipment, facilities, and useful addresses to enable the visitor to make the most of any trip.
. Illustrated with 50 full-colour photographs and many striking black-and-white vignettes.
. Complete checklist of all bird species recorded in Kinabalu Park.
Format: 15 cm x 21 cm