Celyn Resort Kinabalu

Address: Kampung Samuruh, Ranau, Sabah, 89309, Malaysia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kampung Samuruh, 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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      Trip back to KK via Ranau in the mountains to see Mount Kinabalu the 3rd largest mountain in the world that you can walk up. It takes 2 days and 1 night to climb with the last ascent starting at 2am to arrive at the summit at dawn. It takes 9 hours to get back down the 8.5 km trail.
      We only stayed on it but had great views of mountain and its …

      Day 2 or is it 3?

      A travel blog entry by peterjl on Sep 06, 2014

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      That's the trouble with flying across time zones, confusion sets in. On balance it's Saturday so it must be day 3. Last night we booked into the Promenade Hotel Kota Kinabalu for one night. All refurbished and excellent if a little blingy for our taste. At breakfast this morning they had flags by the different breakfast sections in the buffet, Malay, Indonesian, but sadly no uk. However an excellent selection of breads plus ...

      2am Summit Climb

      A travel blog entry by barnicko on Aug 30, 2014

      10 photos

      ... Suffice to say, unpacking was just about the only thing I could manage when we arrived home. A warm shower and sleep very much the main event. Fantastic two days though, and a real feeling of accomplishment. It was hard enough to really push you, dangerous enough to put you just outside your comfort zone, and so stunning at the top that it was all worth it - a real highlight for me of my elective so far. Tomorrow is a day of rest, hopefully we can manage to make it out of ...

      The Misty Mountain

      A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 29, 2014

      6 photos

      ... lasted only ten minutes or so, it foreshadowed darkly things to come. Having set a frenetic pace to begin with, the three of us leading the hike had to slow down lest our lungs burst. We took our lesson from the porters. These shirpa-equivalent Malaysian men and women transported 60kg at a time on their backs up the mountain; their motto was 'slow and steady' and that they did. Rarely if ever stopping, they slalomed up the steep paths taking ...

      One more step

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

      56 photos

      ... I knew first half an hour has passed already and I couldn't understand why my breathing is so heavy and burning me inside( shusshhhh). I had nothing but a constant fight with my inner self. It was mainly:

      I won't make it!

      YES, I WILL!!!!!!

      No, I won't,

      Just keep on moving,

      Just move your legs, that's the only way.

      This mountain was described as ''climb friendly'' and for some stupid reason I understood it by ''easy''. Sometimes, I ...