For Malaysians, the entrance fee to the Kinabalu Park is RM 3 (RM15 for foreigners). Take Nothing But Photographs. Leave Nothing But Footprints. I'm good and I heed their advice. I didn't curi nor pluck anything; unlike Angel who curi plucked the tea leaves in Cameron Highlands.. LOL (just kidding lah. Angel, jangan marah, okie?)
Hostel - provide basic but clean and comfortable place to rest/sleep for those who wish to stay overnight or for climbers.
Nice cosy chalet in the highlands. If we visited the place again in the future, we might consider to stay overnight to enjoy the serenity of this place and to explore the jungle trails or mountain trails.
I have no idea what is the name of this plant which is seen everywhere in Kinabalu Park. Pinkish in colour.. LOoks like berries from afar.
The "ripened fruit" was dark purplish in colour.. Nice colour combination. Pink-pink tei and purple-purple tei... :P
Wow... Pink flower buds. I presume the nectar was sweet, judging from the crowds of black ants surrounding the flowers.
I like this photo - The Temperate Rainforest Tree Ferns in Kinabalu Park - black-black tei and green-green tei :P And little bit of blue-blue tei too.
to be continued....