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Climbing Mount Kinabalu, Borneo

Interested in climbing Mount Kinabalu, are we? ARE YOU CRAZY?! Good. You need to be!

As one of the highest mountains in South East Asia, it’s quite the challenge, but worth the sacrifice of your knees for one of the greatest views and achievements of your life, guaranteed! 749 more words


No End to Adventure – The Learning Continues

(Picture from Channel News Asia)

Seven school children and two teachers from Tanjong Katong Primary School and Singapore guide died in the tragedy when an earthquake struck Mount Kinabalu. 260 more words


Seeking Solace in Humanity's Bounteous Bosom

I do believe that June 2015 will be a month that will be etched in my memory for a very long time. Most of it has to do with what happened in Singapore or to Singaporeans but epoch-making world events also helped to mark this month as a special time that would not be forgotten so easily. 1,224 more words

Society & The Community

Quake-hit Mt Kinabalu to reopen to climbers September

Quake-hit Mt Kinabalu to reopen to climbers September

KUNDASANG: Mount Kinabalu is expected to be reopened to climbers in early September, said Sabah Minister for Tourism, Culture and Environment Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun. 133 more words


Of Mountain Nudity, Earthquakes and Gun Free Zones

I saw this headline Malaysia could jail tourists for summit strip stunt and thought, “WTF?!” In case you missed the story, though it was hard to miss, several western tourists decided to celebrate ascending Mount Kinabalu, located in Malaysia by stripping naked, taking photos, and posting them on social media. 301 more words

Original Posts

Update: Shaman Sacrifices Buffalo After Tourists Posted Naked Photos to Social Media

Ever since a number of foreigners were deported from Malaysia for posing nude on the summit of Mount Kinabalu, Sabah Villagers have been trying to recapture the spirituality of the mountain they believe to be a holy site. 139 more words