Travel 36 kilometers from Kota Kinabalu to the Kipandi Butterfly Park. Surrounded by the hills of the Crocker Range, it is a park rich in entomofauna – more than 100 species of butterflies have been recorded, such as the Papilio Karna. Over 1,500 butterfly specimens and over 3,000 beetles can be found in various insectariums. Many of the endemic species that are only found in the Crocker Range. Special enclosures have been constructed to protect some of the rare and endangered species of Sabahan orchids and other pitcher plants.