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Papar is a town as well as a district located in West Coast Division of Sabah, east Malaysia. It is situated 38 kilometres south of Kota Kinabalu and is one of the main stops on the North Borneo Railway line other than Tanjung Aru, Putatan, Beaufort and Tenom in which Papar lies on the middle of the line. Papar is also a major stopover point for travelers from the southern towns Sipitang and Beaufort to Kota Kinabalu, as it would be at least twenty kilometers to the next township at both ends of the Pan Borneo Highway (Putatan to the north, Bongawan to the south).
Papar is known as the West Coast Division education hub. Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara (National Youth Skill Institute) or IKBN and Maktab Rendah Sains MARA (MARA Science College) or MRSM are the first IKBN and MRSM built in Sabah. Papar main secondary schools are SMK Majakir, SMK Benoni, SMK Takis, SMK Kinarut, SMK Bongawan I/II, SM St. Joseph, SM St. Mary and Papar Middle School.
Papar has the most religious schools among districts; SMK(A) Tun Datu Mustapha, SMK(A) Limauan, new SMA Toh Puan Hajah Rahmah and SMA Islamiah Papar. Both SMK are under central government administrative while both SMA are under state government administrative. Papar education complex type area is situated at Kinarut which includes the IKBN, MRSM, SMK(A) Tun Datu Mustapha and SMA Toh Puan Hajah Rahmah. A number of primary schools can be found in the district.
As for the town's tourism industry, amongst the more popular tourist attractions include Dinawan Island, Kawang Forest Centre, KK Adventure Park, and Mai Aman.
Accessibility to this town is very good as it is located on the Pan Borneo main highway that connects to Kuching, Sarawak up to Tawau, Sabah. Moreover, the train system also increases the level of accessibility to the city in accordance with its position as a major rail stations in addition to the Tanjung Aru, Putatan, Beaufort and Tenom.