Interesting Facts about Mount Kinabalu

Highest Mountain in Malaysia

Mount Kinabalu is the tallest peak (4,095 m ) between the Himalayas and the New Guinea, world’s second-largest island ; it is the most vibrant feature in Sabah. The mountain is a Holy motherland for the native Kadazan people, ethnic group in Malaysia ; the name is extracted from the term Akinabalu. That was previously famed as St. Peter’s Mount, the highest mountain in the Malay. The nature lover will be pleased to observe many kinds of flora and fauna on the mountain at different altitudes.

The sky is glowing with sizzling reds and pinks, illuminating the clouds pillowed below. Kinabalu is the 4th highest mountain, according to the Malay Archipelago (archipelago between mainland Indochina and Australia). The hill is worldwide familiar with its incredible botanical and natural species biodiversity. There are nearly 326 species of birds and 100 mammalian species at Mount Kinabalu and its nearby areas.

Mount Kinabalu
Flora and fauna on the Mount Kinabalu

Even an ordinary person can climb this mountain without mountaineering equipment; all he needs is guides. Looking at the early sunrise, that makes you unforgettable moment in your lifetime. Kinabalu, with its height of almost 14,000 ft over the sea level to peak, has a massive compilation of life zones, which are determined by weather, temperature, and rain.

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