If the wild animals and wildlife fascinates you then Lok Kawi
Wildlife Park in Kinabalu, Malaysia is a must visit place for you. Started in
2007 and developed by the Sabah Wildlife Department, the Lok Kawi Wildlife Park
primarily consists of two sections: Botanical & Zoological. It is,
especially, promoted with the objective to make it a family-oriented park and
lot of emphasis is given to the Children’s Zoo. The wildlife park is a home of
Borneo Pygmy Elephants, Proboscis monkeys, Malayan tiger, and a few different
species of deer. On the other hand, the park also offers the opportunity to its
visitors to go for jungle trekking in the botanical trail, which is about 1.4
Location: The Lok
Kawi Wildlife Park is located on the West Coast Division of Penampang.
How to Reach: The
wildlife park is just 30-45 minutes drive from the Kota Kinabalu, estimated
distance is 20 KM. Visitors can take the local taxis, which will cost you
around 25-30 MYR per way.
Timings: 9.30 AM to
Price: The entry fees
costs approximately 20 MYR per adult.