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Poring Hot Spring, Ranau, Sabah.

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G K (仪)
G K (仪)
November 27, 2019
Hot spring and canopy walk (Together with trip to Kinabalu Park as day trip)
Fairuz
Fairuz
February 18, 2020
Poring Hot Springs is a tourist spot which is very popular among the local people in Sabah and also foreigner. The hot water is produced naturally from underground and contains sulphur that can freshen up your body. This location is also well known because of the nearby attractions such as Kipungit…
Chong
Chong
July 6, 2016
A visit to Kinabalu Park will never be perfect without swinging by Poring Hot Springs. Situated 40 kilometers (25 miles) slightly northeast from the Parks HQ, Poring is located in the lowlands—a contrast to the Parks HQ. De-stress and soak away the sores and aches of your muscles in the spring’s hot…
Jason
Jason
February 2, 2020
This little park is the perfect place for a more relaxed jungle experience with its canopy walkways and warm therapeutic sulphur hot springs. Situated about 40 KM from Kinabalu National Park HQ, Poring Hot Spring was actually originally built by the Japanese during WWII. Now it is a top destination…
Syazwann
Syazwann
February 21, 2020
Nature helps you to get clean.
Afsah
Afsah
August 29, 2019
A visit to Kinabalu Park will never be perfect without swinging by Poring Hot Springs. Situated 40 kilometers (25 miles) slightly northeast from the Parks HQ, Poring is located in the lowlands—a contrast to the Parks HQ. De-stress and soak away the sores and aches of your muscles in the spring’s hot…
Yvette
Yvette
April 4, 2016
Hot Springs & Rainforest Canopy Walk

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Ubicación
Ranau, Sabah 89300
Estado según horario de aperturaAbierto · Cierra a las 6:00 PM
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