Kota Kinabalu Port, seen from Signal Hill circa 1960. Thank you to Mr. Anthony Catherall who sent me the photos. Mr. Tony is also the person who shared with us his photos on Tamparuli Bridge here and here.
Mount Kinabalu, one sunny morning in 1960’s. Photo was taken by Mr Tony, ex-army officer who was stationed at the Kota Belud camp. See if you can spot Tambuyukon. If you would like to get the larger version of the photo, please email me. If you want to use it in your publication, please credit Anthony Catherall and Peter Keddie. Some more photos in the next posts.
Mount Kinabalu silhouette, seen from Kota Belud as you pass by the bypass road from Kudat to Kota Kinabalu. Toyota Unser in front of my car is a local taxi.
Kundasang War Memorial. A place for remembering fallen heroes during WWII. Closely related to Sandakan Death March.
Kota Kinabalu skyline, seen from the observation tower, Signal Hill. It was taken about 5 years ago. Some of it has changed now. See if you can spot Atkinson Clock Tower.
Mount Kinabalu, seen from a boat ride to Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Kota Kinabalu.
“Bombon” is a traditional way of making the fish in our river gets big enough to be harvested. We are not allowed to fish from the river not during the dedicated time. If you are caught fishing, you can be fine – traditionally.
Pacific Sutera seen from Sutera Harbour jetty. Morning, waiting for our dive boat (red boat) with Borneo Divers to Mamutik Island.
Tanjung Aru First Beach, morning with overcast sky. Sulug Island is at far upper right. A coke can on the sand showed that our beach is not as clean as you think it is.
Dream World Resort, Kundasang. A nice place to stay but a bit expensive. Just don’t eat in their restaurant. The food is horrible and I have complained that to the management.