A collection of news around Sabah Parks

News Collection

Crocker Range Park has Potential for Nature-based Healing Tourism

The Crocker Range Park has the potential to be developed into a tourist centre for nature-based healing.Sabah Tourism, Culture and Environment Ministe.. Read More

Stakeholders collaboration vital to preserve Crocker Range Biosphere Reserve status

Sabah Parks is banking on cooperation from all stakeholders to preserve the status quo of the Crocker Range Biosphere Reserve (CRBR).Its director Dr M.. Read More

Scientific studies on former Mamut Copper Mine next month to prepare for gazettement

Sabah Parks will carry out scientific studies on the former Mamut copper mine area here to prepare for its gazettement.The studies will run from Septe.. Read More

Assessment for Sabah 3rd world heritage site to begin on July 18

The Kinabalu National Geopark here will be assessed by panels from the Unesco Global Geopark starting July 18 until 22, said state Tourism, Culture an.. Read More

Sabah Parks to consider increasing payment for mountain guides and porters

Sabah Parks has agreed to consider increasing the payment for mountain guides and porters at Mount Kinabalu here.Its deputy chairman Peter Lintar said.. Read More

Mount Kinabalu SAR requires involvement from more rescue agencies

It is necessary to have state and federal rescue agencies respond to emergency cases at high altitude areas, said Sabah Parks director Dr Maklarin Lak.. Read More