The ‘Land below the Wind’, as described by the seafarers, Keningau, lies to the south of the typhoon belt. The place is fantastic for it is a blend of lush rainforest, and pristine surrounding teaming up with unique wildlife store. The tropical paradise of crystal clear waters, golden sandy beaches along with world class restaurants and special amenities, you will get everything that you need at this destination.
It is well known for having an exotic natural history, fantastic range of adventurous activities, fabulous beaches, coral reefs, islands, great air accessibility, rustic lodges and has immense value owing to the fact that it is a cost-effective destination. With Keningau Tourism Packages get ready to be enthralled by warm hospitality, world-class facilities, and professional services. The place has a rich cultural heritage, making it much coveted tourist destination. You can explore the true culture and local lifestyle here. You will love the truly local ways of the people of Keningau on the tour.
Experiencing Keningau is equivalent to experiencing Sabah for it has ambience of the multi-racial district. Keningau tours will allow you experience the joy of visiting Orou Sapulot where you cannot afford to miss the plethora of activities. Refer to the Keningau tourism guide so that you do not miss out on anything.
The refreshing whiff of cinnamon beckons you with Keningau holidays. Travel to the district, located around 130 kilometers from the city of Kota Kinabalu, to go shopping for hand-woven goods that have made the place famous with Keningau tours.
You can avail Keningau travel packages after traveling to Kota Kinabalu and taking express buses. Tourists who pick Keningau holiday packages prefer to travel on foot while in the town. Cars are available to tourists eager to see the marvels of Keningau that lie beyond the town. During your Keningau tour, check out Orou Sapulot. This was the home of the Murut tribe, who were known to be headhunters in the past. The headhunting traditions may have died out, but the splendor and majesty of the Murut tribe’s traditions live on.
You should travel to this palce to see Batu Punggul, a 200-meter-high limestone outcrop. Tourists must trek through jungles to reach Batu Punggul, but climbing to the top of the outcrop is discouraged by local authorities. A spectacle you cannot afford to miss during your trip to this place is the large traditional markets, or tamu, held in the district. A tamu is held on Thursdays in Bingkor and another one is held in “Pekan” Keningau on Sundays. The markets are great places for people choosing Keningau vacation packages to shop for handicrafts and local farm produce.