Magic Mountain Country Home

Address: Mount Kinabalu Golf Course, Ranau, Sabah, 88871 , Malaysia | B&B
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This B&B is located on Mount Kinabalu Golf Course, Ranau.
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Travel Blogs from Ranau

Mountain Retreat 2 days 1 night- 6000 feet up

A travel blog entry by jacquiohare on Oct 11, 2014

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... was a walking the plank at 50 feet up. It really was a rope walk which swayed and jumped about with every step you took. Fortunately we were the only 2 up there. The views were amazing heard lots of birds but saw no wild life.

Stayed at hotel Celyn in the mountains and it had the most amazing Chinese chef ever, the food was amazing and cheap. Sweet and sour king prawns with rice ...

Low's Peak

A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 30, 2014

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... amount we were eating it was likely that weight had been put on despite the vigorous exercise! Following some goodbyes to the others who had climbed with us, we went to board a bus back to KK. A bus, which reeked of urine, and then a taxi later, we had finally made it back. Too phased to do much at all, I swiftly collapsed in bed. The two girls and Max had energy enough to source a Pizza Hut, but soon all five of us were out like proverbial ...

2am Summit Climb

A travel blog entry by barnicko on Aug 30, 2014

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... in all directions. Slowly the crowds thinned out, and after 1km, we passed the checkpoint and showed our passes - here they tick off that you are ascending, so that they can then tick you off on your return (if you do!). The next 1.7km to the summit was mainly steep areas of rock involving the need for ropes to help pull yourself up. I found it great fun, but for those more scared of the big drops below, it was a bit of a nightmare. We finally reached the summit at ...

Lupa Masa

A travel blog entry by miduck on Jul 05, 2014

... on the way back so we finished up and cracked a bottle of rice wine while the three volunteers debated for over an hour what exactly it was, this only intensified when I produced my footage. The wine wasn't great but it definitely could have been worse. We put my SD card into Graham's old computer but it didn't play very well so that didn't help. We went to bed around midnight when it had started raining pretty ...

One more step

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz on Jun 16, 2014

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... and food with drinks coasted me 60 pounds in total. Which surely shortened my budget by hmm a freakin lot, but I knew this is one thing I really wanted to do. It is random and recent, since I've never heard about this place before, but it became a must do on my list. Frankly, I don't know why. Maybe because part of me felt that I failed while climbing Fansipan and I wanted to prove myself something..not really sure why I'm being so determined to climb another, much higher mountain ...