Tawau Hills Park is a national park in Borneo, located along the southwest coast of Sabah in East Malaysia. Covering 28,000 hectares of primary lowland and hilly rainforest, the park is one of Sabah's last true nature reserves that provides an important water catchment zone for Tawau City, the primary gateway located 15km away at south. The highest tropical tree in the world is perched on its landscape at 88.32 meters high, a hardwood species of Seraya variety that can be reached via jungle walk. Also within the park are stunning waterfalls, natural hot springs, a canopy walk and trail to Gunung Magdalena (1,310 meters high). Visitor accommodation is available in hostels and chalets.