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Natural Feature
“Mount Kinabalu is Borneo's tallest mountain. You can climb to the top of Low's Peak (4,095.2 m or 13,435.7 ft above sea level). The height of the mountain is often given as 4,101 m but recent satellite imaging has proven this to be incorrect. The mountain is sacred to locals. They believe that spirits of their ancestors inhabit the top of the mountain. Previously, a chicken was sacrificed at the peak every time a climb was made but these days this ceremony only happens once a year when only seven chickens are needed to appease the spirits. Mount Kinabalu is known to be one of the most accessible mountains in the world. No specialized mountain climbing skills are required to ascend it. The trail that most tourists use is described as a 'trek and scramble'. Locals begin climbing the mountain from the age of 3 and the oldest person to reach the peak was 80 years old. However, how much one enjoys the climb depends strongly on how fit you are and how well you acclimatise to the thin air at the higher levels. Nevertheless, the mountain can be a dangerous place, especially during the rain or when there is mist. On average, every year one person gets into severe difficulty out of the estimated 20,000 people who attempt the climb. The higher slopes can be very slippery when it rains and dense fog reduces visibility to a few feet. Although it is possible to climb to the top and back in less than four hours, most climbers take two days, with an overnight break at Laban Rata (3,272.7 m above sea level). The final attack on the peak takes place in the early hours of the second day (most begin at 02:30) in order to catch the sunrise at the top. By mid-morning the mist begins to roll in, obscuring the breath-taking views. Climbing weather is best around the month of April while November and December brings rain. The temperature ranges from a comfortable 20-25°C at the main park to something approaching freezing near the top (depending on the weather). Bring clothing appropriate or else you will get cold and be miserable. If possible, climb to the summit during the full moon as it helps illuminate the white rope that marks out the climbing path, and you can see without needing a head torch (once clear of the tree line), an atmospheric experience. ”
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Park
“Starting point to climb Mount Kinabalu, established as one of the first national parks of Malaysia in 1964, is Malaysia's first World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO in December 2000 for its "outstanding universal values" and the role as one of the most important biological sites in the world with more than 4,500 species of flora and fauna, including 326 bird and around 100 mammal species and over 110 land snail species. Located on the west coast of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, it covers an area of 754 square kilometres surrounding Mount Kinabalu, which at 4,095.2 metres, is the highest mountain on the island of Borneo. The park is one of the most popular tourist spots in Sabah and Malaysia in general. In 1967, more than 987,653 visitors and 43,430 climbers visited the Park.”
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Resort
“Hot spring and canopy walk (Together with trip to Kinabalu Park as day trip)”
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Nature
“Experience New Zealand in Sabah! You get to see cows, and goats. You will also get to feed them. They also sell fresh milks. The scenery is very much like New Zealand.”
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Point of Interest
“Established in 1962, this was one of the first memorials to commemorate the brave Australian and British Prisoners of War who died in Sandakan and during the infamous death marches to Ranau during World War II. The memorial also remembers the people of North Borneo who risked their lives to help the POWs. The Memorial is made up of four beautiful gardens – the Australian Garden, the English Garden, the Borneo Garden and the Contemplation Garden and Pool – to represent the different nationalities. With its towering pine trees and blooming roses, a walk in the gardens is reminiscent to that of a stroll in a quaint English garden. The scent of roses lingers in the air and the serene atmosphere makes the Kundasang War Memorial an ideal place to contemplate and remember the heroes of the war. Visitors can also opt to view a brief video on the history of the Sandakan Death March. Admission fee: RM2 ( IC Holder) RM10 (Foreign Guest) RM1 (Student w/ Uniform) ”
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Park
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Locality
“Lots of places to go. One of the famous place to go is the Desa Dairy Farm. Local product from the farm available there.Can see the Mount Kinabalu clear as a day...beautiful for your pics..only if you wake up early as 8am! ”
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Asiatisk restaurant
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“The restaurant is very spacious and bunch of flowers, strategic spot to take pictures and having a dinner with family.”
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Lodging
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Restaurant
“They serve local delicacies as well as Western food. They also serve cakes and cupcakes. The ambient is also nice. ”
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Point of Interest
“Get up close and personal with nature. Feed live river fish and try to identify as many species as possible. A unique experience thanks to the 'tagal' system adopted by the villagers along the river.”
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Park
“Famous hiking trail among the locals and provide you wonderful views. It also provide you with Instagram-worthy photos!”
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Populære restauranter

Asiatisk restaurant
“The restaurant is very spacious and bunch of flowers, strategic spot to take pictures and having a dinner with family.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Restaurant
“They serve local delicacies as well as Western food. They also serve cakes and cupcakes. The ambient is also nice. ”
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Restaurant
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Malay Restaurant
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Restaurant
“They provide budget-friendly food and the menu is similar to any other local restaurant. The location is just by the main road and is pretty close to Sun Light Valley. ”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler

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