Chronology of Malaysian Mountain Exploration (1851 – 1986)

An old friend of mine wrote this chronology in one of the forums on Mountains of Malaysia, based on the book by John Briggs. It seems that the book, Mountains of Malaysia is another rare book to be find nowadays. He even photo copied it from our Malaysian National library, as it is almost impossible … Read more Chronology of Malaysian Mountain Exploration (1851 – 1986)

Blogging for business – Accomline Blog for travelers

A new way to promote Accommodation Reservation Online – having a blog to promote it. Accomline Blog is a good example for accommodation provider to market the services through blogosphere. It provides accommodation news, updates, travel news and stories in a blog presentation to promote their online accommodation reservation services worldwide. After surfing Accomline Blog … Read more Blogging for business – Accomline Blog for travelers

What does World Heritage title means to Kinabalu?

I received another email from Cikgu Ismail yesterday. He was asking me about the “World Heritage” title that was given by UNESCO (United Nation Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) to Kinabalu Park in 2000. What is World Heritage? Heritage is our legacy from the past, what we live with today, and what we pass on … Read more What does World Heritage title means to Kinabalu?

OssBlogger.com – Another blog for Open Source community

If you have been following this blog long enough, you might have came across some of the blog post that I wrote in “Open Source Software” category. I am an Open Source Software fan and supporter, and have been trying to migrate all my computer softwares to Open Source. As this blog has become an … Read more OssBlogger.com – Another blog for Open Source community

First Aid Kit for your Mount Kinabalu climbing trip

These are the most common incidents that can make climbers injured during the trip up the Summit of Borneo. Muscular aches Everybody knows that climbing Mount Kinabalu is a strenuous activity. Muscular aches happens to all climbers. Most of the aches involves lower limbs – both legs, thighs, knees, calves, ankle and foot – because … Read more First Aid Kit for your Mount Kinabalu climbing trip