LOW'S PEAK 4095.2 M  |  6.075° N, 116.558° E

DATE: 28th Nov 2015

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  • It normally takes 2D1N to complete a Mount Kinabalu climb.
  • There are ferrata & non-ferrata type of climb packages.
  • Identify your ideal climbing date (day 1 ascend) & confirm availability with us.
  • We will secure any LEGAL climb permit that is available on your ideal date.
  • Book your flight tickets only when your climb slots are secured.
  • Climb slots are secured/guaranteed after payment is made.
  • Do let us know if you require other tour/accommodation arrangement.
  • Book through us safely with ISO 9001:2008 certified and licensed local operator listed in Sabah Tourism Board.
  • Beware of bogus/scam websites operated by unknown organisation.
  • Buy additional travel insurance in your country for better coverage & payout.

“Don’t be a victim to be stranded without a licensed climb permit”


  • There are total of 100 climb permits at this moment & dormitory beds in all huts of Laban Rata only.
  • There are no longer heated dorm & shower since 2009 – except 3 private rooms in Laban Rata.
  • It is advisable to stay in the Kinabalu Park or a highland resort prior climb for high altitude acclimatisation (Refer to all 3D2N & above climb packages)
  • Never attempt to catch a flight on the same day of descend as you are likely to miss it.


There are no particular age limits for Mount Kinabalu climbers. As long as you are good in health status or you have seek approval from your doctor if you are on any medication. We have served thousands of climbers ranging from 7 years old to 80 years old. However, we suggest young children to be at least 10 years old due to the numerous steps and steep slopes. Similarly, elderly climbers need to be in good health and fitness level to attempt the climb.


A complete Borneo experience

If you can only visit one place on Borneo that exemplifies the island to its very best, then it has to be Mount Kinabalu. A World Heritage Site, Mount Kinabalu is well-known worldwide for its tremendous botanical and biological species biodiversity with plants of Himalayan, Australasian, and Indomalayan origin. No visit to Borneo is complete without a trekking expedition to the summit of Mount Kinabalu.

Memories to last a lifetime

Be sure to bring a camera when you’re climbing, or even a fully charged phone so that you will be able to capture each moment and commit them to memory.


A great conquest means nothing without a bit of post-victory soreness! You will be too sore to walk for the next few days, but hey, you did it! Bravo!

A sense of accomplishment

Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in Southeast Asia and is one of the most popular ‘bucket list’ destinations in the world. Conquer the mountain give yourself a hard-earned pat on the back!

Beautiful sceneries to enjoy

Mount Kinabalu is blessed with beautiful flora and is one of the ecologically richest in the world. Don’t forget to drink in the beautiful sceneries while you’re climbing up!

A great workout

The average trek up from Kinabalu Park to Laban Rata takes approximately five hours on average and burns more than 1,000 calories for an average person. What is a better workout than this?