We went to The Green Connection yesterday, because my daughter wants to see Nemo. Luckily for us, when we arrived there, it was about time for them to feed the fishes in the tank. You can see Eric, the staff giving some informational talks about the underwater creatures that lives inside the tank. See if … Read moreKota Kinabalu photo #1
Last night I got this idea of a project that will need me to post a photo a day – for the next 365 days to complete the year of 2011 and a month of 2012. I notice that most of Mount Kinabalu stories and issues have been brought up since this blog exists. It … Read moreKota Kinabalu in 365 days – a photo a day project
Finally, after more than a year of planning and extensive editing, the book is ready. You can get Kinabalu Climber’s Guide from Lulu.com from today onwards. As it is a “Print-On-Demand” publisher, the price for paperback version may be a bit steep for some. But please don’t fret. I have also published a PDF version … Read moreGet your Kinabalu Climber’s Guide now!
Newsflash taken from BERNAMA KUNDASANG (Sabah), Oct 24 (Bernama) — Spain’s Tofol Castaner took home the men’s title of the 2010 Skyrunners World Series after he amassed 347 points overall when the final leg of the series, the 24th Mount Kinabalu International Climbathon, concluded here today. Despite finishing third in the race up and down … Read more24th Mount Kinabalu Climbathon results
I love doing outdoor activities. The best thing about being and living in Sabah is that there are a lot of outdoor activities that you can get yourself involved to fill your desire! I started to climb Kinabalu in 2002, and since then I have climbed the mountain several times, and would love to climb … Read morePADI Scuba Diving & Project AWARE certificates for you!
Yes. You heard me right. The developer gave us “development for Kota Kinabalu” as excuses. Somehow or rather, they managed to get through local government authority to build a shopping mall cum hotel just nearby our one and only structure in Kota Kinabalu which survived World War II. I am talking about Atkinson Clock Tower, … Read moreHelp us save our 105 years old heritage!
As you know it by now, my Kinabalu Climber’s Guide book is on the way of getting published. The manuscript is currently undergoes extensive editing process by Lulu.com, one of the best self-publishing service on the internet. Some of our readers get the chance to be my book review – well, it’s actually a manuscript … Read moreKinabalu Climber’s Guide – Pre-release book review
Mount Trus Madi is the second highest mountain in Malaysia. The last time I wrote about Trus Madi was more than two years ago with this post. One of my good friend managed to get himself the taste of the adventure while trekking Mount Trus Madi last few weeks. Murphy Ng wrote a travelogue on … Read moreMount Trus Madi travelogue by Murphy Ng
It is time for me to give back to those in need. As I wrote this post, I am in fasting month of Ramadan, the month of which fasting is compulsory for all Muslims. During this month, we are required to leave all the things that nullify fasting and multiply our good deeds to others. … Read moreA trip to orphan home Darul Bakti, Kota Belud
Managed to snap some shots of Mount Kinabalu while traveling from Kota Kinabalu to Sandakan on a flight. I went to Sandakan few months back, but did not managed to upload the photos sooner. The photo quality is a bit low, as I shot it with a smart phone, to be exact, Blackberry 8520. I … Read moreMount Kinabalu from the air