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Padas River White Water Rafting 巴达斯激流泛舟
Explore the Wonders of Sabah Malaysia
Padas river is one of the internationally best-recognised white water rivers in Malaysia, with its Grade 3 and 4 rapids offering some of the most interesting courses for rafters. For those seeking thrills and adventure, the Padas River offers a heart-pounding experience, one recommended for the more adventurous rafter. Situated in the interior of southwestern part of Kota Kinabalu that is only accessible by train (used since the late 19th century in Borneo). Basically, this trip will give you two experiences advantages ~ rapid of class III-IV river and a uniquely ride in an antique train. The adrenaline rush excursion covers a distance of 9km of this rather muddy 200 km river that holds 7 exciting and tough rapids! The safety measures in practiced leaves you in good hands. The safety orientation is provided to all rafters before you get into the water, this includes the safety measures, as well as the paddle handling techniques. The ultimate challenge will speak for itself as one shoots through and experiences the nerve tingling excitement which crescendos rapid after rapid while getting a closer look at the Borneo’s amazing flora and fauna. The train ride is an adventure by itself, taking you through the scenic view of the interior of Sabah, and by no means a comfortable ride. Although not as bad as it sounds, and it’s a great way to start your adventure. When not screaming over whiplashes of water, take the time to drink in the beauty of unadulterated nature at its best. With chirping birds and scrims of majestic trees engulfing the river, Padas white water rafting should be high on your list of nature-adventure must-dos in Sabah. After rafting, enjoy a sumptuous barbecue lunch by the river. A whole day’s activity filled with whitewater rapids, Sabah’s great outdoors (lush greenery, little villages, the simple life). Wind down with a sunset view of the return journey to Kota Kinabalu.