Kinabalu National Park is Malaysia's first World heritage Site (2000) - it is one of the most important biological sites in the world, counting over 4500 animal and plant species. The variety of flora includes many carnivorous plants and orchids; fauna boasts many endemic species, such as Kinabalu Giant Red Leech.
With some Unesco sites it is just impossible to see all the aspects of it on one postcard, esp when it comes to natural sites - thats why I really loved receiving both of these cards! Thank you Caroline, and for the beautiful stamps! <3