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3D2N Mount Kinabalu
Day 1 – Arrive/Kinabalu Park (Overnight)
Meet and greet by our representative at your hotel or upon arrival in Kota Kinabalu International Airport, proceed for an easy 2-hour scenic drive to Kinabalu Park. It is a popular getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city to enjoy the cool invigorating air. Kinabalu Park – Malaysia’s first World Heritage designated by UNESCO in December 2002 for its ‘outstanding universal values” and role as one of the world’s most important biological sites.
Day 2- Mt Summit Climb/Gunting Lagadan or Laban Rata Resthouse
Breakfast at the park. Proceed for Park Headquarter for registration then take a transportation to the Timpohon Gate (Power Station) – where the climb starts. Timpohon Gate at 1,866.4 m where the Summit Trail starts. Nearby, lies Carson’s Fall where you can refresh yourself. From here, Depending on individual’s fitness level, it is an approximate 4 to 6 hour climb for the day. Conquering Mt. Kinabalu does not require mountain-climbing skills, just basic fitness. Packed Lunch in the way up.
Upon arrival check in to Gunting Lagadan or similiar. Dinner at Laban Rata Restaurant. (B,PL/D)
Day 3- Mt Summit Climb/ Kinabalu Park/ KK
0200hrs. Wake up for preparation before journey to the summit, at 0230hrs-0300hrs climbs for approximately 3-hour track. There are ladders, hand railings and ropes to help you over the steeper parts. You reach the final destination at Low’s peak, the summit of Borneo at 4,095.2m. As you wait in the cold, dawn gradually creeps over the horizon, illuminating the darkness with the light of a new day. Watching sunrise at the top has been described by travelers everywhere as a life -enriching experience In clear weather, you can almost see all of Sabah spread out below. From this vantage point, you will also see a dramatic drop more than 1,000 m drop – Low’s Gully. A chasm stretching 16 km. in length, it separates the summit plateau into the western and eastern plateaux,