For those who have climbed Mount Kinabalu before: Did you notice that you paid RM7 (USD2.15) for an insurance coverage? And do you know what does the insurance covers? Against injuries? Bad weather? Cancellation? It struck me yesterday when I received an email from one of our readers, Tan Boh Seng. She was asking about … Read moreAnybody knows what does the climber’s insurance covers?
Hmm… Long list of disgruntled climbers jot down their comments in few of my blog post about how sucks it is to contact SSL directly to get a place to climb. It has been few months since my post about Kumuka.com, one of the international tour and travel provider whom seems to be able to … Read moreTry booking your Kinabalu climbing package through Kumuka
Rants and raves about the height of Kinabalu were audible last year, 2007. I knew that Mount Kinabalu is not the highest mountain in South East Asia, but I did not know that Mount Kinabalu was ranked 5th on the highest point in SEA. Dan Low is the person who was responsible for the information … Read moreMount Kinabalu is NOT the highest mountain in South East Asia
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 moreWorld’s highest “via ferrata” now on Mount Kinabalu!
I started to accept quotation requests for Mount Kinabalu climbing since February 2007. Statistically, I have received more than 500 request, but from that number, Aiden and me could only process and handle less than 5% of it. The major reason why we could not deal with the other request for the climb is that … Read moreBook your Kinabalu climbing package from Kumuka.com