somewhere in the south of France stands this red door, originally uploaded by alex (melfitano). To all Kinabalu Blog readers, Mount Kinabalu Borneo.com visitors, Mount Kinabalu mountain climbers, backpackers and travelers. I would like to wish you a very delightful Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday! Cheers! Ruhaizad, Mainie, Dany Hijazi & Syahzanani Izzati…
Please vote for my website. Thank you! Hi Mount Kinabalu climbers and lovers, It has been 2 years since I started my Mount Kinabalu climbing website. The site has been a reference to so many people, who are looking for information on how to climb Mount Kinabalu from the internet. Until yesterday, me and my … Read morePlease vote. Your click is very much appreciated!
It’s time for me to migrate the old Mount Kinabalu FAQ pages to our new home. It’s not that I don’t like the old FAQ engine (I used SiteHelpCenter.com FAQ system), but I think it’s time for the FAQ to be more user friendly and have 2-way interaction between me and my visitors. Some of … Read moreNew Mount Kinabalu FAQ pages
I wrote about red colored durian in July 2007, not knowing that the post will become so popular. At the time I wrote this post, the article about durian is the third most popular post in this blog. Today I received an email from Mike Pool, one of the blog reader who would like to … Read more10 Durian Cake & Recipe links – anymore suggestion?
Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!
There are 3 ways that you can use to get updates from Kinabalu Blog. The old way – by opening your browser and click on your bookmark where Kinabalu Blog situated. It may be easy if Kinabalu Blog is the only website that you bookmarked, but I doubt that is the case. If you have … Read moreHow to get Kinabalu Blog updates easily
Tourism in Melbourne, Australia, is an important industry with approximately 7.6 million domestic visitors and 1.88 million international visitors in 2004. Melbourne attracts a large numbers of tourists, particularly young backpackers. Among popular sites and events in Melbourne are: The Melbourne Cricket Ground, known as “the MCG” or simply the “G”. From April to September, … Read morePopular sites and events in Melbourne, Australia
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Congratulations for our Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi for his wedding last Saturday. Datin Seri Jeanne Abdullah is our new First Lady!
Maybe a slightly good news for travelers to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah who use AirAsia as their carrier. Malaysian government have started to reduce the airport tax for low cost carrier terminal (LCCT) from 1st of June. The not so good news is that AirAsia have abolished priority boarding to their aircraft since the last month. … Read moreReduced airport tax for Malaysian LCCT