Mount Kinabalu is the highest peak in Borneo, an island in south-east Asia, shared by 3 countries: Malaysia, Brunei, and Indonesia. Mount Kinabalu is situated in Sabah, in the Malaysian side of the Island, and is the highest mountain in Malaysia.
Mount Kinabalu and its surroundings belong to the protected area Kinabalu Park, a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO. This area is among the most important biological sites in the world because of its rich and diverse flora and fauna, and is home to famous species such as the gigantic Rafflesia and orangutans.
The trek to the summit of Mount Kinabalu is a unique experience, but it doesn't have to end at Low’s Peak. Once you reach the top, you can choose to do the Via Ferrata experience, in which you will be climbing on a vertical wall with the aid of a steel cable secured to the rock. Are you brave enough to Walk the Torq?