Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Hot Spring

I'm planning a night-stay trip to the temperate climate part of Sabah with my family in the near future. The area, particularly Kundasang is not short of lodging so one should not find it difficult to get one. If you are travelling in a group of four or more, it is advisible that you get yourself a challet/bungalow. That is just what we are planning to do.

The last time we travel north, weather was not so freindly; the stopover at Pekan Nabalu was good with clear sky and so many others were enjoying themselves at the spot.
Such as them....
Pekan Nabalu

Poring Hot Spring, off Jalan Ranau-Sandakan. This is a must-visit if you are visiting Sabah.
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Peluk tubuh lagi! Ini air panas kah air sejuk ni?
Come early and chances are you will get one hut with bath tank for you and your friends. It's always full house though during weekends.

The best I could get during the previous trip. It was raining and you don't want to risk drenching your camera while taking pictures.
Big tree - we should keep it that way. Jangan tebang!

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The canopy walk.

Shot taken just before the rain poured.


thomas said...

Nice view of Kinabalu from Nabalu,
will visit when i'm working nearby.

de engineur said...

Great plan there, Thomas. You'll enjoy your visit, that's for sure.

thepinaysolobackpacker said...

love the tree photo! looks so serene. been to Sabah last summer but was only able to tour in Kota Kinabalu. I hope to explore more of Borneo in the future.

floyd said...

Thank you, thepinaysolobackpacker. Sipadan island would be best suited for divers but along the way of Sabah's Esat-West connecting road has a lot of beautiful places of interest including Mt. Kinabalu.

beaty said...

yay lama suda inda p poring ni..he he he

floyd said...

beaty, mungkin masa yg sesuai utk melawat skrg sebab hujung tahun biasanya hujan.