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  • Experience The Exciting 8 Km Climb At Mt Kinabalu

    11. December 2009

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    Experience The Exciting 8 Km Climb At Mt Kinabalu
    Mt Kinabalu is South East Asia’s tallest mountain. It is located in the Kinabalu National Park. The height of Mt. Kinabalu is 4095 m. The Kinabalu National Park is located in the Sabah province in the Malaysian Borneo. A large number of tourists stopover the Kinabalu National Park every year most of them come with the plan of climbing Mt. Kinabalu. The site is been developed as an eco-tourist destination is Malaysia. Providentially, Mt Kinabalu is one of the easy conquering peaks in the world. It requires only two days for climbing the mountains and even though climbers is not required to have any of earlier experience of climbing the mountain. During the early sunrise, the views that are seen from the Mt Kinabalu's peak at the Low's Peak are stunning, making the entire attempt valuable. Journey Mostly  [...]

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    Experience The Turtles’s Life At The Turtle Island’s Park

    10. December 2009

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    Experience The Turtles’s Life At The Turtle Island’s Park
    The Turtle Islands Park is one of the few eco-tourist destinations that are developed in a country like Malaysia. The turtle Island is located in the city Sandakan. The eastern coast of Sabah on the Sulu Sea which is located at the distance of around 40 km in the northern direction of the city of Sandakan in Malaysia is the actual house of the turtles in the Turtle Islands Park. The park involves an area of near by 1,740 hectares. The area encloses three different islands namely Pulau Gulisan as Pulau Selingaan and also Pulau Bakkungan Kecil.  All the islands with the surrounding coral reefs as well as the sea are connected together to develop the park. These islands are been constructed over the low stony shoals of a coral gravel that are taken from the close by coral reefs. Also the islands  [...]

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