Mount Kinabalu climbing – quotation request and reservation form

I have to remind you again that I am not represent any tour company, and I don’t have any.

January was a hectic month, as I received a lot of email requesting me to advice for a trip, quote a climbing package, book a place to stay in Laban Rata, suggest a good tour operator, asking why Sutera Sanctuary Lodges did not reply them, etc…

Half of the email, which includes quotation request will be forwarded to my partner, Aiden, a freelance tour guide, who will help on quoting and organizing the trip. While doing that, he noticed that the number of request was increasing, and it becomes more difficult to deal with. I did not intend to be a tour company, but it seems that I have to do something for those who are asking for my help.

Aiden came up with an idea of creating a system for our quotation request, as it will simplify our task. As my “upline” said before, “When you work with a system, the results will be more predictable. He created a form to be filled by visitors like you, who would like us to help them on planning their trip to Mount Kinabalu. It took me few hours only to came up with a standard webpage form. After some minor adjustment and 2 trials with the form, it is up and running.

So, if you want us to help you quote a Mount Kinabalu climbing package, just answer few questions and send me this form. Your email is confidential, and I will not forward your request to any tour operator without my permission. Aiden will be corresponding to your request.

This is where the form is:

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About drizad

A self employed General Practitioner who lives with his lovely family in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. He dedicates his spare time serving people with precious information on climbing the Majestic Mountain of the Borneo, Mt Kinabalu. Reachable at drizad(at)

3 thoughts on “Mount Kinabalu climbing – quotation request and reservation form

  1. fotinorod


    I am Lucy, I have found your website while searching for some info at Google. Your site has helped me in a big way.


  2. driver70

    Now, these people may also be ‘suffering’ during the recession, but it’s because their stocks aren’t worth what they used to be, not because their parents have cut them off. ,

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