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  • Sabah Agriculture Park
  • Sabah Agriculture Park
  • Sabah Agriculture Park
  • Sabah Agriculture Park
  • Sabah Agriculture Park

Sabah Agriculture Park

The Sabah Agriculture Park (Taman Pertanian Sabah) is situated on a 200 hectare site and was developed and maintained by the Agriculture Department. It is a park that offers visitors both recreational and educational activities.

There are : 

Native Orchids -  There are at least 400 species with more than 1,500 collection being kept here, including many rare and endangered species such as the Elephant Ear orchid, the Rat-tail orchid  and also not forgetting the many species of Slipper orchids many of which endemic to Borneo.

Crops Museum - This is an 8-acre living museum of Crop Plants where there are some 400 species of plants systematically planted according to their uses.

Ornamental Garden - The Ornamental Garden comprises 21 distinct and well-landscaped gardens with each garden exhibiting its unique plants and flowers. 

Plant Evolution & Plant Adaptation Garden -  Get to see how plants adapt to the environments, from pond-life to semi-arid habitats. You will also get to see the amazing giant water lily from South America.

Model Garden - This garden has five smaller theme gardens to illustrate the different styels in which a garden can be modeled. 

Bee Centre and Museum - Sabah is home to five of the nine species of honey bees found in the world. The Bee Centre and Museum is a place where you can find them. 

Animal Park - The Animal Park is likened to a mini zoo and various animals and birds are put on display. 

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Sunday - 9.00 am - 4.30 pm
Closed on Monday ( unless a Public Holiday falls on a Monday)

Getting There

Visitors to the park can choose three routes to travel:

 Kota Kinabalu - Tambunan - Tenom : 3 hours
 Kota Kinabalu - Papar - Tenom : 2½ hours
 Kota Kinabalu - Sipitang - Tenom : 3 hours

Visitors can also travel by train to Tenom via Beaufort from Kota Kinabalu, a journey that will take four hours. There are taxis, buses and other forms of public transportation which you may wish to use and they are easily available in Kota Kinabalu.

Admission Fee

Foreigner : RM 25.00 
Malaysian : RM 10.00

Children with Parents/Guardian
-Under 13 years of age
Foreigner : 10.00
Malaysia : RM 5.00

-Under 6 years of age
Free for both foreigner and Malaysian

Secondary School Student/
Institutions of Higher Learning
Foreigner: RM 25.00
Malaysian: RM 7.00

Family Package
(2 adults + 2 children < 13 years old)
Foreigner: RM 50.00
Malaysian : RM 20.00

Government Retiree/Senior Citizens
Foreigner: RM 25.00
Malaysian: RM 7.00

The Disabled
Free for both foreigner and Malaysian

Location Map

Contact Information

Telephone: +6088-258529 ( Pn.Wan Masamah Wan Abedin) / +6087-737952, +6087-737558 (En. Vermol Thomblon)

When in Tenom... Get to know the Murut culture and traditions at the Murut Cultural Centre (tel: +60 87-302421) and for the adventurous, white water rafting at Padas River (contact your tour operator for further details) is a must.

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