A very nice and neatly done video by one of our readers. Congratulations, Michelle! You need to watch it until the end.
Yes. You heard it right. I have been delaying (procrastinating) my book since the past few months as I am doing another project right now. And I think I can create a better book by offering you to be my co-writer cum editor, as I my English is not so good. (I got credit for … Read moreWould you like to be my co-writer/editor for Kinabalu Blog book?
Good news for all Kinabalu climbers! I managed to get hold of one tour operator that could help me handle the enormous booking request that I received from all over the world. It has been about 6 months since I last stopped the services due to some technical issue, but today, I resume servicing again. … Read moreKinabalu climbing booking is up and running again!
Courtesy of Mr. Anthony Catherall, he emailed me more photos of Jambatan Tamparuli in May 1960, during the big flood tragedy that had claimed the lives of 2 brave British soldiers and a local woman. Please read his entry here if you have not read it. Enjoy the photos! By the way, the photos are … Read moreMore photos from the past: 1960’s Jambatan Tamparuli
The Jambatan Tamparuli post written by Ben Godomon in September 2007 has lead to this historic photos dated back to 1960. Mr. Anthony Catherall apparently found the post and gladly shared with us his side of the story, more than 30 years later today. If you missed his comment, I hereby re-quote his entry: It … Read moreA photo from the past: 1960 near Tamparuli bridge
Yeah… I read it from the newspaper few days ago. Our Sabah’s Minister of Tourism, Datuk Masidi Manjun urged us to vote Sipadan Island as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Although we have not heard any good news on him getting the price of Kinabalu climbing down, I think we should support … Read moreVote Sipadan as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature
I received an email from one of my good friend during my holiday. Cikgu Ismail sent me a suggestion to write about mystical experience that I had during my trip up the Majestic Mountain of Kinabalu. Personally, I have never encountered any extraordinary and strange phenomenon and experiences during my several visits up the peak. … Read moreStrange experiences and mystical belief of Mount Kinabalu?
I didn’t know that my post about red coloured durian will be the most popular post of all time for Kinabalu Blog! It started when I wrote about red coloured durian couple of years ago, after a suggestion from one of my good friend, Cikgu Ismail from Kulai, Johor (an avid mountain climber). Red coloured … Read moreThe story of red durian seeds…
Forget about Sutera Sanctuary Lodges Kinabalu Park accommodations. They are expensive and not worth staying in. Can you imagine staying in bunk beds Grace Hostel will cost you RM120 per person, per night? With RM120 you can stay in Kinabalu Pine Resort, Winner of 2005/06 Malaysian Tourism Awards – Excellence in Hotel Services (2 Star) … Read moreWelcome to Kiram’s Village, Kundasang
Just don’t cry too much when you see this… Born with no limbs, Nick Vujicic faces obstacles every day of his life. It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.