Where to find Mount Kinabalu?
July 6, 2006
Sabah sits at the tip of Borneo, the world’s third largest island. Its coastline of 1,440 km (900 miles), washed by the South China Sea on the West and the Sulu Sea and Celebes Sea on the East, that encloses an inland area of 74,500 sq. km. (29,399 sq. miles).
Lying just north of the equator, Sabah enjoys a sunny tropical climate where it’s summer all year round. Daily temperatures range from 74 to 90 degree Farenheit (23 to 33 degree Centigrade), with cooler wheather up in the mountains.
A land blessed with nature’s most bountiful treasures, Sabah is also known by the famed romantic name of “The Land Below The Wind”.