As part of our 3D2N Mount Trus Madi summit climb program, guests enjoy a mini-tour to Kipandi Butterfly Park!
Before climbing Trus Madi’s Apin-Apin trail to view the majestic Crocker Range, and of course the iconic Mount Kinabalu in the distance, guests may traverse the surrounding area where there is a butterfly park at Kipandi-Moyog Village. The park is home to some 3,000 beetles (some endemic to the Crocker Range); some 1,500 butterfly specimens; 500 native orchid species, and more!
Contact us, at our Sabah Travel Centre, to visit on a day trip or as part of one of our unique jungle trekking expeditions in Sabah, Borneo!
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