Mount Kinabalu Summit Trail, after 6 KM (until the Summit)
The name "Kinabalu" originated from the local dusun word "Aki Nabalu", means "The revered place of the dead." In the past, the locals believe that Mount Kinabalu was the place where the spirits of the dead rested, so they treated the mountain as a sacred place. According to the documentation, Sir Hugh Low was the first person reached the summit in 1851. That's why the highest peak, Low's Peak, was named after him. The plant is getting less as you move higher. The temperature will be near to freezing point on top, so you better have something to keep your fingers and ears warm. No, it will not snow. But get your raincoat ready. You will need it badly if it rains.


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