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On Mount Kinabalu
General Things You Should Know
Chances of summit closure due to bad weather is roughly about an average of 8-10 times a year
There are total of 146 climb permits & dormitory beds in all huts of Laban Rata only.
There are no longer heated dorm & shower since 2009 – except 3 private rooms in Laban Rata.
It is advisable to stay in the Kinabalu Park or a highland resort prior climb for high altitude acclimatisation
Never attempt to catch a flight on the same day of descend as you are likely to miss it.
Who Can Climb Mount Kinabalu
There are no particular age limits for Mount Kinabalu climbers. As long as you are good in health status or you have seek approval from your doctor if you are on any medication. We have served thousands of climbers ranging from 7 years old to 80 years old. However, we suggest young children to be at least 10 years old due to the numerous steps and steep slopes. Similarly, elderly climbers need to be in good health and fitness level to attempt the climb
It is recommended that all climbers should have themselves medically checked before attempting any mountain climb. 
If you have a history of suffering from the following ailments, it is highly recommended that you should refrain from climbing
Hypertension, Diabetes, Palpitation, Arthritis, Heart Disease, Severe Anemia, Peptic Ulcers, Epileptic Fits, Obesity (Overweight), Chronic Asthma, Muscular Cramps, Hepatitis  (Jaundice); or any other disease which may hamper the climber.

Our 3D2N Package For You
> air asia flight ticket KL to KOTA KINABALU to KL
> FREE 15kg extra charges of luggage from KOTA KINABALU to KL only
> transportation from KOTA KINABALU to KINABALU PARK to KOTA  
> accomodation at Kinabalu Park - Grace Hostel & Rock Hostel
> accomodation at Base Camp
   Laban Rata Resthouse & Gunting Lagadan Hut & Burlington Hut & Panar
   Laban Hut
> Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner for 3D 2N
> Group Insurance Cover
> Climb and Guide Permit by Timpohon Gate
> Extra 2 Assistant Guide Climber
> certification
> FREE training schedule
> FREE climbing 2 mountain in Semenanjung for preparation and fitness


Without a doubt, the 3D2N Mount Kinabalu package is one of the most engaging programs you can choose for your holiday, combining the relaxation of buffet dinners and exploration trips through the Kinabalu National Park with the engaging experience of climbing Mount Kinabalu’s challenging heights.

If you are seeking both adventure and leisure, this is the perfect vacation you can take that will not only provide you with beautiful and relaxing scenery, but keep you in shape as well by offering you a true challenge.

The first day is generally considered to be an easy one, as you will be spending most of it exploring the rich flora and fauna of the famous Kinabalu National park. You will first be picked up from your hotel and transferred to the Mount Kinabalu HQ where all the necessary papers will be handled, including registration, insurance and the checking of your climbing permit.

The National park features some truly fascinating sites that will definitely make the slightly longer vacation period worthwhile. The beautiful botanical gardens, the exhibition halls and the numerous intriguing activities you can engage in will make the time before your climb well spent.

Starting on the second day, you will begin your climb towards the higher regions of Mt. Kinabalu. There are two main routes you can take depending on whether you’re a more experienced climber or not:

  • If you’re more interested in sightseeing than the actual climbing experience, the easier route to take is the Timpohon Gate trail.
  • On the other hand, in case you are searching for a true challenge for more practiced climbers, the Mesilau Gate track would be the more suitable choice.
If you love nature, you will definitely enjoy the exotic and unique plant and animal species that Mt. Kinabalu and the Kinabalu National Park have to offer. The 3D2N Mount Kinabalu package will provide you with one of the greatest opportunities to escape the turmoil of civilization and rediscover yourself in the magnificent mountainside landscape of Mt. Kinabalu.

Types Of Accommodation

1. Laban Rata Resthouse – Mountain Huts

2. Pendant hut

3. Rock Hostel

4. Grace Hostel

5. The Hill Lodge

6. The Peak Lodge

7. Nepenthes Lodge

8. Liwagu Suite

9. Bishop’s Head Hostel

10. Crocker range Room

11. Witti Range Room

12. King Edward’s Peak Lodge

13. Donkey ear Peak Lodge

14. Ugly Sister’s Peak Lodge

15. St John’s Peak Lodge

16. Low’s Peak Lodge

17. Kinabalu Park Premier Chalet – Garden Lodge

18. Kinabalu Park Premier Chalet – summit Lodge

19. Mount Kinabalu Heritage Resort & Spa

20. The Cottage Hotel Kundasang

Mount Kinabalu, Sabah

Sabah, Malaysia is home to one of the most well-known natural parks in South Asia and the first one ever established in Malaysia – the Kinabalu National Park. Established in 1964 and declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in the year 2000, the park is home to thousands of different animal and plant life species, as well as to Malaysia’s tallest peak, Mt. Kinabalu.
Whether you want to visit this magical area in order to study some of the rarest and most diverse natural elements in the world, to explore the beautiful landscape or climb to the very top of Mount Kinabalu itself, you will find the park to be a perfect place to spend some quality time with family and friends on a nice, relaxing vacation.

Mount Kinabalu (Malay:Gunung Kinabalu) is a prominent mountain on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. It is located in the East Malaysian state of Sabah and is protected as Kinabalu National Park a World Heritage Site. Kinabalu is the highest peak in Borneo's Crocker Range and is the highest mountain in the Malay Archipelago.Mount Kinabalu is also the 20th most prominent mountain in the world by topographic prominence.

In 1997, a re-survey using satellite technology established its summit (known as Low's Peak) height at 4,095 metres (13,435 ft) above sea level, which is some 6 metres (20 ft) less than the previously thought and hitherto published figure of 4,101 metres (13,455 ft).

Mount Kinabalu includes the Kinabalu montane alpine meadows ecoregion in the montane grasslands and shrublandsbiome. The mountain and its surroundings are among the most important biological sites in the world, with between 5000 and 6000 species of plants, 326 species of birds, and more than 100 mammalian species identified. Among this rich collection of wildlife are famous species such as the gigantic Rafflesia plants and the orangutan. Mount Kinabalu has been accorded UNESCO World Heritage status.

Low's Peak can be climbed quite easily by a person in good physical condition and there is no need for mountaineering equipment at any point on the main route. Other peaks along the massif, however, require rock climbing skills


British colonial administrator Hugh Low made the first recorded ascent of Mount Kinabalu's summit plateau in March 1851. Low did not scale the mountain's highest peak, however, considering it "inaccessible to any but winged animals In April and July 1858, Low was accompanied on two further ascents by Spenser St. John, the British Consul in Brunei. The highest point of Mount Kinabalu was finally reached in 1888 by zoologist John Whitehead. British botanist Lilian Gibbs became the first woman and the first botanist to summit Mount Kinabalu in February 1910. 

Botanist E. J. H. Corner led two important expeditions of the Royal Society of Great Britain to the mountain in 1961 and 1964. Kinabalu National Park was established in 1964. The park was designated a natural World Heritage Site in 2000

Climbing route

Mount Kinabalu climbing trail at lower elevations (left) and on the summit plateau (right)

Climbers must be accompanied by accredited guides at all times due to national park regulations. There are two main starting points for the climb: the Timpohon Gate (located 5.5 km from Kinabalu Park Headquarters, at an altitude of 1,866 metres (6,122 ft))and the Mesilau Nature Resort. The latter starting point is slightly higher in elevation, but crosses a ridge, adding about two kilometres to the ascent and making the total elevation gain slightly higher. The two trails meet about two kilometres before Laban Rata.

Accommodation is available inside the park or outside near the headquarters. Sabah Parks has privatised Mount Kinabalu activities to an organisation called Sutera Sanctuary Lodges (also known as Sutera Harbour). The mountain may be climbed on a single day trip, or hikers may (usually) stay one night at Laban Rata Resthouse at 3,270 metres (10,730 ft) to complete the climb in 2 days, finishing the ascent and descending on the second day. The majority of climbers begin the ascent on day one of a two-day hike from Timpohon gate at 1,866 metres (6,122 ft), reaching this location either by minibus or by walking, and then walk to Laban Rata. Most people accomplish this part of the climb in 3 to 6 hours. Since there are no roads, the supplies for the Laban Rata Resthouse are carried by porters, who bring up to 35 kilograms of supplies on their backs. Hot food and beverages are available at Laban Rata. Most rooms have no hot water in the bathrooms and whilst the dining area is heated, most rooms are not. The last 2 kilometres (6,600 ft), from the Laban Rata Resthouse at 3,270 metres (10,730 ft) to Low's Peak (summit) at 4,095.2 metres (13,436 ft), takes between 2 and 4 hours. The last part of the climb is on naked granite rock.

Given the high altitude, some people may suffer from altitude sickness and should return immediately to the bottom of the mountain, as breathing and any further movement becomes increasingly difficult.

Low's gully

Low's Gully (named after Hugh Low) is a 1,800-metre (5,900 ft) deep gorge on the north side of Mount Kinabalu, one of the least explored and most inhospitable places on earth. In 1994 two British Army officers were severely criticised after having led a party of 10 adventurers that required extensive rescue efforts from both the RAF and the Malaysian army. Five members of the party were trapped for 16 days and did not eat for five days before being rescued. The breakaway party of five successfully completed the world's first descent of the gully in three days.



"Kina Balu from Pinokok Valley" – lithograph published in 1862

A visual illusion of a rock face on Mt. Kinabalu. Caught on camera from a location in Mesilau, December 2011.

There are two stories that led to the main beliefs in the origin of the mountain's name.

The first derivation of the word Kinabalu is extracted from the short form for the Kadazan Dusun word 'Aki Nabalu', meaning "the revered place of the dead".

The second source states that the name "Kinabalu" actually means "Cina Balu" (which would fully mean "A Chinese Widow"). Due to the lingual influence among the Kadazan Dusun of Sabah, the pronunciation for the word "cina" (chee-na) was changed to "Kina" (kee-na).

It was told that a Chinese prince, was cast away to Borneo when his ship sank in the middle of the South China Sea. He was subsequently rescued by the natives from a nearby village. As he recovered, he was slowly accepted as one of the people of the village. Eventually, he fell in love with a local woman, and married her. Years went by, and he started to feel homesick. So he asked permission from his newly-found family to go back to China to visit his parents (the Emperor and Empress of China). To his wife, he promised that as soon as he was done with his family duties in China, he would come back to Borneo to take her and their children back to China.

When he made his return to China, he was given a grand welcome by his family. However, to his dismay, his parents disagreed with him about taking his Bornean wife back to China. Worse, they told him that he was already betrothed to a princess of a neighbouring kingdom. Having no choice (due to high respect towards his parents), he obeyed with a heavy heart.

Meanwhile, back in Borneo, his wife grew more and more anxious. Eventually, she decided that she will wait for her husband's ship. However, since the village was situated far away from the coast, she couldn't afford to come to the shore and wait for him daily. Instead she decided to climb to the top of the highest mountain near her village, so that she could have a better view of the ships sailing in the South China Sea. Thus, she was then seen climbing up the mountain at every sunrise, returning only at night to attend to her growing children.

Eventually her efforts took their toll. She fell ill, and died at the top of the cold mountain while waiting for her husband. The spirit of the mountain, having observed her for years, was extremely touched by her loyalty towards her husband. Out of admiration for this woman, the spirit of the mountain turned her into a stone. Her face was made to face the South China Sea, so that she could wait forever for her dear husband's return.

The people in her hometown who heard about this were also gravely touched by this. Thus, they decided to name the mountain "Kinabalu" in remembrance of her. To them, the mountain is a symbol of the everlasting love and loyalty that should be taken as a good example by women.

Local legend among the people of Ranau, a district in Sabah, has it that St. John's Peak was the stone which her body was turned into.
Map Of Mount Kinabalu Track
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