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Crocker Range Park

Crocker Range Park

Tambunan District, Sabah




Established: 1984

Area: 1,399.00 sq km

Wild Life: Orang Utan, Sun Bear, Gibbon, Furry Tarsier, Clouded Leopard, Long-tailed Macaques, Bear, Marble Cat, Wild Pig, Whitehead's Pigmy Squirrel, Montane Bird, Whitehead's Spiderhunter, Golden-napped Barbet and Large Shiny Black Millipede

Adventure: Bird-watching, Camping and Jungle Trekking

Location: Tambunan District

Region: Situated in the Crocker Range. Lying north-east and South-we sternly, this range divides Sabah into two, the western and interior eastern parks. It stretches from south of Kundasang in the north to Tenom in the south.

Nearest Town: Keningau Town

Language: Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Malayic, Malayan, Local Malay

Altitude: 1,800 m

Rainfall: 3,500 cm

Temp: 15 c to 23 c

Best Time to Visit: 01-Jan to 31-Dec

Nearest Airport: Kota Kinabalu

How to Reach there: The bus to Keningau can be taken at the long distance bus station near Merdeka Field (to reach Keningau bus station). Schedules for departure are at 7a.m, 8.am, 10p.m, 12p.m, 1p.m, 2p.m, and 5p.m; the bus fare to Keningau is RM16 per person. Visitors can also take the taxi from Kota Kinabalu to the Keningau Taxi station for RM120 per taxi. From the Keningau bus station/ Keningau Taxi station, visitors would have to take another taxi to reach the Crocker Range station. One way fare is RM40 per taxi. However, all prices are estimated and are subject to change.

Accommodation: Accommodation and restaurants are available in the adjacent towns (e.g., Keningau, Tenom, Tambunan and Beaufort). The Rafflesia centre is closed when there are no blooms, so it is good to check in advance.






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