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Tawau Hills Park, was established in 1979, primarily as a protection for the water catchment area of Tawau town, Sabah, Malaysia. It is located 24 kilometres from Tawau, and comprises 279.72 km² of lowland dipterocarp rainforest, surrounded by oil palm and cacao plantations. The park offers picnic areas, camping sites, and chalets. The Park contains rugged volcanic landscapes including a hot spring and spectacular waterfalls. The highest point in the park is Gunung Magdalena (1310 m). It is administered by the Sabah Parks.

Tawau Hills Park
IUCN category II (national park)
Map showing the location of Tawau Hills Park
Map showing the location of Tawau Hills Park
Tawau
Hills
LocationSabah, Malaysia
Nearest cityTawau
Coordinates4°24′N 117°54′E / 4.400°N 117.900°E / 4.400; 117.900Coordinates: 4°24′N 117°54′E / 4.400°N 117.900°E / 4.400; 117.900
Area280 km2 (110 sq mi)
Established1979
Governing bodySabah Parks

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