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Travel Tip @ Kinabalu Park

Kinabalu Park Travel Tip :: Get In

Kinabalu Park Travel Tip :: Get In

The Kinabalu Park entrance is very easy to reach from Kota Kinabalu. Catch minivan from the Long Distance Bus station (near Night Market, city centre), minivan leaves when its full, cost RM15 each way. It will take you to the Park HQ. Buses (Coach)leave every morning – just ask your hostel/hotel or around the bus […]

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Travel Tip @ Kinabalu Park

Mount Kinabalu via the ‘via ferrata’

Mount Kinabalu via the ‘via ferrata’

FOUR kilometres into our hike up one of Southeast Asia’s highest mountains, Charlotte turned to me and said “this time two years ago we were shopping in Manchester, this time last year we were on an island getting tanned and two weeks ago we were in dresses and heels in Lan Kwai Fong. Now we’re […]

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Travel Tip @ Kinabalu Park

Kinabalu Park :: Dining

Kinabalu Park :: Dining

Food There are cafeterias and restaurants both at the Park entrance gate and at Laban Rata. The food prices at Laban Rata are relatively higher compared to prices at nearby towns. This is because raw materials need to be carried up to Laban Rata by porters. For example, a buffet dinner of 6 different dishes […]

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Travel Tip @ Kinabalu Park

Kinabalu Park Travel Tip :: Mount Kinabalu Climbing

Kinabalu Park Travel Tip :: Mount Kinabalu Climbing

On the rainforest-clad island of Borneo, you will find Kinabalu Park, Malaysia’s first world heritage site and home to Borneo’s tallest peak, Mt. Kinabalu. Revel in the wealth of rare flora and faunna and spectacular waterfalls that seem to cascade from heaven itself. From the giant Rafflesia gflower and many nocturnal creatures, to the spectaculur […]

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Travel Tip @ Kinabalu Park

Via ferrata in the Mount Kinabalu

Via ferrata in the Mount Kinabalu

What is a via ferrata? A via ferrata (Italian for “iron road” ) is a mountain path consisting of a series of rungs and cables embracing the rock face, creating a protected pathway that everyone can walk on. It allows access to scenic sections of the mountain normally accessible only to rock climbers and mountaineers. […]

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