The Board of Trustees of The Sabah Parks
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Dear Valued Customer,
Kindly be informed that The Board Of Trustees Of The Sabah Parks Meeting No. 199 (4/2021) which was held on 28 December 2021 has approved the proposal to increase the entrance fee to the entire area of Sabah Parks. The increase was also announced by YB. Datuk Jafry Hj. Ariffin, Sabah's Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment during the Asia Park Congress Closing Ceremony on 29 May 2022. This decision is made to overcome the increase in the cost of operating and managing the Park and is in line with the Vision of Sabah Parks which is to achieve sustainable financing by the year 2025.
These fees were last reviewed in 1999 except for the fees involving diving fees at Sipadan Island Park, barbecue (BBQ), permit fees to climb Mount Kinabalu and conservation fees for the Turtle Islands Park.
The increase of fees will take effect on January 1, 2023.
Ongoing and recent events.
Sabah Parks will held a ceremony on Kinabalu Park Anniversary as World Heritage Site and Kinabalu Park Community Day at Kinabalu Hall, Kinabalu Park, Ranau on 1-2 December 2022.
Sabah Parks will organize the Crocker Range Biosphere Reserve Summit Tour program on 26 November 2022 at Bingkor Community Hall, Keningau. The program was held in conjunction with the first National Day of Biosphere Reserves and the 50th anniversary recognition of the Man and the Biosphere Program.
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