Crocker Range Park    

Located south of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah. Although there are no tourist facilities at this park, Crocker Range is densely populated with wildlife and is a trekker's paradise. Primates such as orangutans, gibbons, tarsiers, longtailed and pigtailed macaques, along with porcupines, bears, civet cats, marbled cats, and wild pigs roam the park freely. Hornbills, pheasants and partridges can also be seen, as well as the renowned Rafflesia, the world's largest flower. 

Rafflesia: The Worlds Largest Flower



Flora & Fauna: The park consists mostly of dipterocarps forest with a small percentage of montaine forest.  The park has many varieties of wildlife, including five species of primates.  
(Please note that Crocker Range currently has no tourist facilities, but there are plans to construct an office and renovate existing forestry buildings as the Park Headquarters)

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