Set along the sides of the Kundasang Valley, roughly six kilometres from the Kinabalu National Park, Kundasang boasts magnificent nature, wonderful heritage attractions, and fantastic markets. Bucolic scenes of thick green grass set bright against the dark jagged peaks capped by shining white snow exhibit scenes which, alone, could draw visitors. Some of the best places to visit include the photogenic Sabah Tea Plantation and Garden, where guests can try ginger, cinnamon, lemongrass, and many other flavours of tea; the Desa Dairy Farm, offering a variety of tasty cheeses, milk and ice cream; and the vibrant market where travellers can explore some of the regional delicacies and get hold of deliciously fresh produce. History enthusiasts may be interested in the Kundasang War Memorial, which honors those who lost their lives during World War Two.