Hmm… It seems that more and more Mount Kinabalu Borneo.com website visitors asking me on map to Maranjak Homestay, Kg. Bavanggazo Rungus Longhouse Homestay. I put a “sketch” map before, but the information on the map was not easy to understand. Thanks to Google Maps, you will now can have a beautiful map with satellite … Read more Google Maps to Kg. Bavanggazo Rungus Longhouse, Kudat
somewhere in the south of France stands this red door, originally uploaded by alex (melfitano). To all Kinabalu Blog readers, Mount Kinabalu Borneo.com visitors, Mount Kinabalu mountain climbers, backpackers and travelers. I would like to wish you a very delightful Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday! Cheers! Ruhaizad, Mainie, Dany Hijazi & Syahzanani Izzati…
Please vote for my website. Thank you! Hi Mount Kinabalu climbers and lovers, It has been 2 years since I started my Mount Kinabalu climbing website. The site has been a reference to so many people, who are looking for information on how to climb Mount Kinabalu from the internet. Until yesterday, me and my … Read more Please vote. Your click is very much appreciated!
It’s time for me to migrate the old Mount Kinabalu FAQ pages to our new home. It’s not that I don’t like the old FAQ engine (I used SiteHelpCenter.com FAQ system), but I think it’s time for the FAQ to be more user friendly and have 2-way interaction between me and my visitors. Some of … Read more New Mount Kinabalu FAQ pages
Few people have emailed and asked me whether I have any map to Lok Kawi Wildlife Park. Kuan & Tracy left a comment on my previous post about the park, asking the same thing. After seeing that I could tell other visitors on how to drive from Kota Kinabalu to Kinabalu Park with Google Maps, … Read more Map to Lok Kawi Wildlife Park, Kota Kinabalu
I received an email from our friend, Wai Yong today. This is what she wrote: As I know, SSL will include packed lunch for all Mt. Kinabalu climbers in 2008, as compulsory. I just want to concern about the ‘litter bugs’ will throw the polystyrene boxes into Mt Kinabalu ravine or just anywhere and everywhere. … Read more Who else here can do something for our Mt. Kinabalu?
KUNDASANG, 16 December 2007: Mountain Torq Via Ferrata, a mountain path (via ferrata is Italian for iron road) which opened here yesterday has been certified by the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) as the worldâ€™s highest and Asiaâ€™s first. It is at an altitude of 3,800 metres on the 4,095-metre Mount Kinabalu, Southeast Asiaâ€™s highest … Read more World’s highest “via ferrata” – Newsfeed from New Sabah Times
While poking through the net, surfing around technorati, I found a very interesting blog post by kenjj about the newest adventure on Mount Kinabalu – via ferrata. So, what is via ferrata? A via ferrata (Italian for “iron road”. Plural vie ferrate. In German, klettersteig) is a mountain route which is equipped with fixed cables, … Read more World’s highest “via ferrata” now on Mount Kinabalu!
I heard rumours about new rules and regulations by Sabah Park Authorities for climbers of Mount Kinabalu. Starting from 1st January 2008, all climbers who decided to climb Mount Kinabalu MUST apply for the CLIMBING PERMIT first, before proceeding to book accommodation from Sutera Sanctuary Lodges. Not like the existing booking system, whereby you must … Read more New 2008 rule for climbers of Kinabalu
After seeing the popularity of my “Kota Kinabalu City Map” post, I got an idea on a new post about going to Kinabalu Park from Kota Kinabalu only by using Google Maps. It has been a while since I last review Google Maps, and the last time I tried to use it (maybe few years … Read more How to get to Kinabalu Park HQ from Kota Kinabalu using Google Maps