Closed shoplot at Pekan Taginambur (Taginambur Town), Kota Belud district. They still use wooden planks for the door.
Rocks of Kinabalu Park. 29 types of rocks that you can see on Mount Kinabalu. Honestly, I could not differentiate between those rocks. It looks the same to me!
In the era of high definition flat screen giant size television, I found an olskool Quintrix National television while spending a night in Sabah Forest Industries (SFI) Motel, Sipitang. Priceless…
You Are Here – Tanjung Simpang Mengayau. A map on a globe that show where you are on the island of Borneo. Yet to reach the other “ear tip” of Borneo…
Tanjung Simpang Mengayau (Tip of Borneo) rock formation. My good friend Fazli Salim is on the photo.
Pondok Kandis (Kandis Hut), the first hut that you will see on your climb on Summit Trail from Timpohon Gate.
Kiram’s Village, morning.
Barbecued chicken wings and chicken ass. One of the famous local Sabah delicacies. You can almost get it anywhere around the state. This stall is in Kundasang.
Various types of local grown rice (above) and bottled jungle honey (below). A sight to be seen on your way up and down Kota Kinabalu-Kundasang road.
Kiram’s Village, Mesilou, Kundasang. Morning sunrise.