Located 39 km. Away from Kinabalu Park is the poring Hot Springs, where you can soak in the skin-curative properties of a hot sulphur bath, trek the various trails through rich lowland forest, mountain streams and waterfalls or do some bird-watching and the colourful profusion of wild flowers. If you’re lucky, you might even catch sight of a Refflesia, the world’s largest flower! The hot spring, first developed by the Japanese during World War II, now feature several open-air Japanese-style baths. Take a dip to rest your tired feet and aching muscles. The water contains sulphur, known for its curative properties for curing skin problems.
Berita Pilihan di
- Government need to review the policy of financing and housing loan-Azih
- The placing of armed officers in Kota Kinabalu police stations
- Cross cultural curriculum should be taken seriously-Zahid
- Each organization need to be active implementing activities for the members
- Negotiation to free the victim is ongoing