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One of my fellow traveler ask me this question: Can we wear sandals to climb Mount Kinabalu? Well, I would answer YES and NO. Yes, if you choose the correct sandals and use it during your day climb (first phase of the climb) and NO, if you choose the wrong one and using it during … Read moreHow to choose a good hiking sandals for your trip to Kinabalu
Rafflesia is perhaps one of the two groups of plants that are associated with Kinabalu more than any others, besides orchids. The spectacular Rafflesia grows wild in these forests as well. A parasite, Rafflesia has no stem or leaves of its own and gets its nourishment from thread-like filaments spreading through the roots and stem … Read moreRafflesia – Kinabalu’s biggest flower in the world
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All rafters will be given a safety briefing before the ride and will be shown paddle-handling, basic backward and forward paddling techniques and other safety precautions. Paddles, life jackets, safety helmets, life-lines, first aid its and rescue bags provided by the operator. The rafter only needs comfortable clothing which does not hinder movement. Always check … Read morePractical white water rafting tips
After the disastrous 2004 Boxing Day Asian tsunami that wiped out 300,000 in a blink of an eye, is Sabah at risk of any similar disaster in the future? As Sabah is lapped by three different seas, French geophysicist and seismologist Jean-Paul Boeldieu thinks the potential risk may apply differently to the South China Sea, … Read moreIs Sabah really tsunami free?
It feels good to received this kind of email. Although the sender is really foreign to you, never seen and never heard about them before, receiving email like this makes you feel satisfied. This is the email that I received from Desmon Kong, one of our reader who happen to be one of my new … Read moreSometimes, receiving this kind of email satisfy me…
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Aiden received an email from one of our friend who is coming with his friends for a visit to Kota Kinabalu. The email sounded like this: 4) Actually KK any other nice place to visit, shop, eat etc? Aiden have spend half of his sleeping time last night composing the reply email. This is his … Read moreKota Kinabalu – any nice places to visit?
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