- Oprah Winfrey
Does the idea of emerging from a billow of clouds between a beautiful, majestic gorge excite the butterflies inside you? Then why not set them free over an ensemble of clouds? Mount Kinabalu in Malaysia holds the Guinness World Record for having the highest Via Ferrata climb in the world. Walk on the clouds, while you are possessed by the colossal valley down under and a necklace of mountains at the horizon.
Nestled in the heart of Kinabalu National Park, lies the guardian angel of the Bornean region, Mount Kinabalu. It is the region’s tallest and most dominating structure draped in a frill of surreal white clouds.
Here are some reasons why hiking Mt. Kinabalu is a stairway that opens its doors to a beautiful heaven. Find out why this journey will bring you closer to clouds than any air ticket ever will!
Mt. Kinabalu has the world’s highest Via Ferrata located at 3,776 metres.
The region is Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The adventure doesn’t stop at Via Ferrata. It only gets better from there on.
“Life is a daring adventure or nothing at all.” So here’s to more of them!
Mountains are calling, and you must go - because there’s no better feeling than submerging yourself in a surreal swell of clouds. Behind every climb there’s a pang of pain and a bout of exertion, yet a summit soar with thousand splendid smiles. Experience an astronomical view of the world, not because of the altitude you reach, but because of the attitude that these almighty mountains preach.
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Author: Winnie Karnik