Mount Kinabalu Heritage Resort & Spa

W.D.T. 11, Ranau, Sabah, 89309, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on W.D.T. 11, Ranau.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMount Kinabalu Heritage Resort & Spa Ranau

    Reviewed by g3eee

    Clean and Comfortable

    Reviewed May 11, 2010
    by (14 reviews) Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia Flag of Malaysia

    It's tucked in a quiet corner of Ranau town, located about 15 minutes' drive from the Kinabalu Park. The rooms are quite spacious with attached bathroom and plenty of hot water. The furnishings are a bit old, but what matters to me is that it is clean and comfortable. There is a well-kempt garden, and a spa within the hotel compound. Food is nothing special, just okay. I wouldnt mind staying here again.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Mount Kinabalu Heritage Resort & Spa Ranau

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair
     

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    Day 2 or is it 3?

    A travel blog entry by peterjl on Sep 06, 2014

    4 photos

    ... of pancakes and maple syrup. Then met by our guide and driver at 8am for trip up to the tea plantation. The scenery and vegetation is similar to Laos, sharp edged hills and rainforest. The roads are in fair condition but lots of slow vehicles, some cars built locally appear to be significantly under powered on the hills, it felt like I could walk faster. Our guide ,ray, to use his anglized name, is about 23 and eager ...

    Trek to Base Camp Laban Rata

    A travel blog entry by barnicko on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... wet at 2am for our summit trail. The relief on teaching the hostel at the top was fantastic, although short lived when we discovered just how wet we were, and how cold it is here. The showers supposedly give out hot water, but I'd describe it more like luke warm, and I was far colder coming out then I was getting in. A great idea from another hiker has at least led to us filling our metal water bottles with boiling water, ...

    The Misty Mountain

    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 29, 2014

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    ... where one would suffice. Although this would seem to be horrendously slow, it was just as quick as the stop-start method we had previously been employing. Along the way we encountered various personalities. There was Sheila, a women whose poor partner was carrying her bag and dragging her up the mountain after a mere 500m. Then there was Bernie, an affable Canadian who forewarned us of the treacherous final 2k and also gave us some diving ...

    KK to Lupa Masa

    A travel blog entry by miduck on Jul 04, 2014

    ... no power and the main area is a raised longhouse with a tarp roof and a table and a bench with a few chairs. Off to the left is a balcony overlooking a small drop off into a shallow valley and a kitchen near that. The rooms comprise of roughly the same thing, a raised platform with some small walls of thatched bamboo about a metre high, a tarp roof and a mosquito net covering a small traveling mat/gym mat. ...

    One more step

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

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    ... 2,700m. high I did my first longer, because all 5 min break for a Snickers snack. It was nothing but a bad decision. My muscles managed to cool off and I had cramps chasing my legs all around on the way up till the 3,309m. But that problem did not existed to me once I reached 3,100m.high, that turned out to be the biggest struggle of all. 3,309m was a lunch break and I knew it, and in between those height levels I was nothing but almost crying, wanting so much to stop and sit down. ...