Crocker Range Park

The Crocker Range Park is located in the west coast of Sabah. It is the largest state terrestrial park, approximately 139,919 hectares, about twice the size of Singapore. The Park lies between 8 districts with elevation ranging from 100 to 2050 metres at the peak of Mount Alab.

BIRDs
 

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The Crocker Range Park is home to more than 265 species of birds, some of the highlights here are the Bornean Ibon, Bornean Banded Pitta, Honeyguide, Orange-Breasted Trogon, Bornean Leafbird, and Long-Tailed Broadbill.

BIRDing locations + trails

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Birding at the parks is usually done along the roadsides. There are several trails within the park areas and those who are new to the area would require a guide.

Accommodations

Getting there

Manis Manis Resort is the most suitable accommodation here as birding can be done from just outside your room, the resort provides chalets and basic rooms.

The park is approximately 100 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu via the sealed, but steep Keningau-Kimanis road.