Mount Kinabalu is located in Sabah, East Malaysia. It is the key attraction in Kinabalu Park which had been designated as Malaysia’s first World Heritage Site in the natural site category in December 2000. The highest peak of Mount Kinabalu is 4,095.2 meters above sea level.
Climbing Mount Kinabalu require 2 days, but a more comfortable climb will take 3 days. This is recommended for climbers to acclimatise to the altitude and fully enjoy the rich biological diversity.
Climbing Mount Kinabalu does not require special skills. Climbers of all ages can climb but climbers must be reasonably fit and free from sickness that may be triggered by high altitude.
This mountain can be climbed all year round. Due to limited accommodation, it is highly recommended to book 6 to 8 months prior to your climb of Mount Kinabalu.